Society for Humanistic Psychology Newsletter: Past Issues

  • December 2016

    In this issue: humanistic psychology after the election, helping survivors of assault, media engagement as a call to action, and more.

  • July 2016

    In this issue: Recent developments in social and political events call on humanistically trained academics and practitioners to redouble their engagement with the world; and more.

  • October 2015

    In this issue: the editors' swan song; our past president's blueprint for advancement; developments in membership and more.

  • January 2015

    In this issue: the president and president-elect reflect on their goals for the year; membership update and humanitas.

  • July 2014

    In this issue: The interpretive stance of agape love, Div. 32 programming at APA Convention, new leadership in membership and more.

  • January 2014

    In this issue: a personal look at the Trayvon Martin case, examining the worlds of the late Eugene Taylor and Viennese writer Joseph Roth, introducing, and more.

  • June 2013

    In this issue: the expansion of humanistic psychology, remembering pioneers from the field, a portrait of musical genius Charles Mingus and the inaugural installation of new column "Philosophical Corner."

  • October 2012

    In this issue: a message from the president, meditations on diversity, a multicultural view of the DSM, a panel presentation from graduate students, and more.

  • April 2012

    In this issue: Ed Mendelowitz discusses our ethical and imaginative lapses, the president-elect discusses humanistic psychology's general stance on diversity, Bob McInerny reflects on the fifth annual conference, and we remember the late Salvatore Palazzolo.

  • December 2011

    In this issue: The division's petition to reform DSM-5, a message from our new editors, our new member spotlight, a look at our upcoming spring conference, and following us using social networking.

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