Society for Humanistic Psychology Newsletter
A newsletter of Div. 32
Louis talks about the factors that have been relevant to the vitality and growth of our community.
The Co-editors introduce this edition of the newsletter.
Special Memorial Section
- Remembering Clark Moustakas
Clark's presence is remembered by those who knew and loved him.
By Diane Blau, PhD, Majorie Scott , and Lee Bach
- Eugene Taylor
Mark Stern pens a reverential reincarnation of Eugene Taylor.
By Mark Stern
- Eulogy for Eugene
Tom stirs us with his poetry, at times making us laugh at death.
By Tom Greening
In this Issue
- Report on the Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference in Santa Barbara
Visit or revisit our 6th Annual Conference with Brent’s synopsis of the highlights and ambiance of our remarkable gathering in the hills over the Pacific.
By Brent Potter
- Membership notes
Read about membership growth, student ambassadors at 24 academic programs with humanistic leanings, online memberships and the SHP student travel grant.
By Richard Bargdill
- Qualitative Inquiry takes off
Those with an interest in qualitative research might be surprised to learn what is happening with SQIP, the Society for Qualitative Inquiry in Psychology.
By Mark Freeman
- Philosophical Corner
In this inaugural installation of a column on the philosophical roots of Humanistic Psychology, Scott presents a brief reflection on Heidegger’s conceptualization of Dasein.
By Scott D. Churchill, PhD