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In unpacking the three pillars of existential practice, the ﬁrst task is to address the research. EBPP practice encourages the utilization of various types of research. Although this can include outcome studies and randomized clinical trials, this is not the only method for establishing an evidence-basis. The type of research should be geared to the research question, not an arbitrary choice of preferred methodology imposed upon all contexts and therapy modalities. Second, clinical expertise or competency refers to assessment and diagnosis, treatment planning, interpersonal expertise, utilizing appropriate research to inform therapy, offering a cogent rationale for treatment approach, assessing progress, and other foundational competencies (APA Presidential Task Force on EBPP 2006).
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For Yalom, there is no meaning that innately exists in the world for one to discover, but rather meaning comes from being engaged and committed in the world. For some existentialists, Yalom’s focus on the meaningless aspect is considered too pessimistic (Greening 1992). May (1991) identiﬁed meaning as embedded in myths (see also Hoffman 2009b), which are understood as pertaining to how individuals organize their meaning systems. Myths are not untrue, but rather highly symbolic beliefs or beliefs systems that cannot be proven to be true.