Society for Humanistic Psychology Newsletter
A newsletter of Div. 32
The outcome of the 2016 presidential election has presented us with a call to action.
- Mindfulness, humanistic outreach and media engagement as a call to action
It is more important now than ever to understand our vital roles as humanistic psychologists, psychotherapists, educators and community outreach workers.
By Donna Rockwell, PsyD
From the Editors
- Beyond SMART goals: A humanistic approach to treatment planning that satisfies managed care requirements
Suggesting an alternative, humanistic approach to treatment planning which I have successfully employed in my therapeutic practice during the last decade.
By Andrew M. Bland, PhD
- Gina Belton: Radical hospitality in tending to our stories at the end of life
Her work is about tending the stories in the intersection between the western bio-medical model and the indigenous knowledge system, in the end of life experience.
By Richard Bargdill
In this issue
- Providing humanistic psychotherapy for sexual assault survivors in a neoliberal society
How do clinicians combat the reductionist approaches that are often encouraged in managed care, and instead develop alternative approaches?
By Shannon Peters, MS
- "The Future of Diagnosis — Ethics, Social Justice, and Alternative Paradigms"
The future of diagnosis may include more patient input.
By Madeline Brodt, MS