Applications of Meaning-Centered Counselling
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This thesis explores the application of meaning-centered counselling within different contexts and with different populations. Meaning-centered counselling is a broad term used to denote any counselling that focuses on the discovery or creation of personal meaning as the main vehicle through which to achieve mental well-being. Specifically, this exploration synthesizes psychological, counselling and philosophical research on how the discovery and creation of personal meaning can be applied when working with adolescents, families and older adults. In addition to these specific areas, meaning-centered considerations applicable to all therapy populations and contexts are offered.