Society for Humanistic Psychology Newsletter
A newsletter of Div. 32
Recent developments in social and political events call on humanistically trained academics and practitioners to redouble their engagement with the world.
From the leadership
- President's letter
During the past nine months, the Div. 32 leadership has collaborated on a range of challenging issues.
By Kirk J. Schneider
- President-elect's letter
The theme for the president-elect's presidency is “Ethics Into Action,” which will build on the themes of past Div. 32 presidents and their initiatives.
By Shawn Rubin
- Report from the membership chair
The division hopes to entice active, previously active and new members to join as we move through 2016.
By Trisha Nash
- Are those my legs? Extreme states of being in working with patients experiencing eating disorders
To build more inclusive revisions of humanism and conceptions of personhood that carry psycho-physicalist unity, we need to recognize that what happens in therapy is built on not just causal but constitutive interdependence.
By Heather LaFace, PhD
- Nassir Ghaemi and the prospects for a gayer science
Ghaemi's “On Depression: Drugs, Diagnosis, and Despair in the Modern World” is a uniquely satisfying book by one of psychiatry's most forward-leaning representatives.
By Edward Mendelowitz, PhD