News & Events

  • No Guns in Schools
    Div. 32 shares the following statement from some psychology faculty and students from the University of Massachusetts-Boston in opposition to the notion that teachers should be armed to prevent school shootings.

  • Div. 32 Response to Racism and Violence in Charlottesville and Its Aftermath
    A statement from Div. 32 President Donna Rockwell, PsyD, on behalf of the Div. 32 board regarding the responsibility of psychologists to promote humanistic values of love in the wake of racism and tragedy.

  • Call for Papers
    There is a call for interdivisional proposals on Martin Luther King Jr. and psychological diagnosis. Contact Brent Robbins for more information.

  • New Task Forces
    Task Force on Human Dignity and Humanistic Values will be led by Nathaniel Granger Jr. and Brent Robbins. Subprojects on humanistic communications will be led by Amanda Lowe and humanistic values will be led by Brent Robbins.

    Task Force on Humanistic Research has been created with the goals of setting up a research consortium, consulting with experts and utilizing research tools. For more information contact Paul Wong or Brent Robbins.

  • DSM-5 Reform in the News
    Twitter feed, highlights at the APA Convention and letter to the American Psychiatric Association

  • Continuing Education
    The Society for Humanistic Psychology is approved by the APA to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Society for Humanistic Psychology maintains responsibility for their Continuing Education content.

  • Society for Humanistic Psychology LGBT Position Statements
    The Society offers its positions on the following LGBT issues: sexual and gender minorities, same-sex marriage, same-sex parenting and reparative/conversion therapy.