Using humanistic principles and practices to move forward together.
Letter from the editor
- Les Temps Modernes: Humanistic psychology and sustainability
The theme of sustainability has been central to humanistic psychology since its inception.
By Andrew M. Bland, PhD
- Supporting the health and well-being needs of older adults
In light of evolving demographics, there is an unprecedented need for psychologists to holistically consider various dimensions of growth and aging.
By Julie Kostrey, PhD
- Maslow’s psychoanalytic residue
I am writing this brief as an attempt to stimulate thought about an insight that came to me about Abraham Maslow. Framed not as a hypothesis, it states Maslow always maintained respect for psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic thought throughout his lifetime.
By Ken Feigenbaum, PhD
- I and Thou: Rank, Rogers, and the Birth of the Cool (PDF, 217KB)
Bob Kramer remains, for me, one of the vital voices in our domain.
Sustainability in therapeutic practice
- Protecting your best asset: Self-compassion for highly sensitive people
Self-compassion is an ethical and moral imperative to defend against emotional burnout, which humanistic counselors are highly susceptible to experiencing.
By Ryan Wright, MA
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