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Recommended New Article: Voices from and about HP education

Conversations with six psychologists who represent a broad range of humanistic flavors, including (but not limited to) existential-humanistic, phenomenological, human science, constructivist, and transpersonal.

Society for Humanistic Psychology Newsletter | December 2022

EHI recommends this recent article from DIV32’s Humanistic Psychology Newsletter in December 2022.

This is article is from The Society of Humanistic Psychology’s Julie Falk, PhD. She speaks with 6 different Humanistic therapists about the challenges to humanistic psychology education going forward. Julie speaks with Louis Hoffman, Nance Reynolds, Shawn Rubin, Eugene DeRobertis, Derrik Sebree and Nisha Gupta- all humanistic therapists and educators – about the specific challenges of teaching humanistic therapy.

Read the Featured Article here on the newsletter website for The Society of Humanistic Psychology.

Author Julie Falk graduated from Saybrook University’s doctoral program in humanistic, existential, and transpersonal psychology with a strong interest in the therapeutic aspects of narrative. She has taught Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for more than a decade, along with life story courses, mindful movement, and the practice of Focusing. She chairs the Behavioral Health Task Force for her county in Pennsylvania as well as the CE committee for Division 32. She is the co-editor, with Louis Hoffman, of Becoming an Existential-Humanistic Therapist: Narratives from the Journey.

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