This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book attempts to reformulate an understanding of meaning as contextual and emerging through psychological therapists and patients having social intercourse. It explores a way of giving a primacy to practice through re-opening existentialism in the name of post-existentialism. The book also attempts to re-open phenomenology in the name of post-phenomenology through an exploration of questions of an unknown. It explains through a case study a possible way, influenced by post-existentialism, of researching the psychological therapies as well as considering E. Levinas' important notion of the non-intentional. The book looks at the emerging profession of counselling psychology and considers how from a post-existential perspective these psychologists have to appear to work within a medical model, which may be unhealthy for them as well as their clients.