From the Leadership
Newsletter Editor Justin Karter describes how our current moment calls for Kirk Schneider’s existential leadership.
- From the president: Can humanistic psychology heal the world?
Jonathan D. Raskin explains that humanistic psychology can heal the world if it avoids polarization and embraces complexity, mystery, ambiguity, and awe.
- Vice president column: Existential leadership—an oxymoron?
The phrase existential leadership may very well be a crack in the cave of supremacism.
By Todd DuBose, PhD
- Outgoing president column: Humanistic psychology and revolutionary stewardship during pandemics
World events have confronted us with realities and challenges that we never faced as a division, and true revolutionary stewardship embodies the humble realization that not a single one of us—least of all the Div. 32 president—has all of the correct answers.
By Drake Spaeth, PsyD
From the Membership
- Humanitas: Contemplation and Leadership: Stewardship in the Millenium
Leadership as I imagine it would be typified by a special feeling for life at extreme limits. A simpatico with the strung out and frankly dispossessed.
By Edward Mendelowitz, PhD
- Video interview: Projecting into possibility with Scott Churchill
Scott Churchill, PhD, and Stephanie Gabel Zepeda, PhD, have a discussion about existential phenomenological concepts in the context of quarantine time. It is a call to action and existential responsibility.
By Scott D. Churchill, PhD
- From the journal: Update on The Humanistic Psychologist
The editor gives an update on recent downloads, subscriptions and other metrics for the division's journal.
By Scott D. Churchill, PhD
- Reflections on existentialism, logotherapy, and responsibility
The tensions in our society can be the opportunity for facing reality together—the invitation to choose and enact meaning-filled behaviors that go beyond solipsism, greed, and prejudices, towards human flourishing. For as we face our patients, clients, students, research, and leadership roles—I must ask you, dear colleague, what is it you ultimately value with your choices and what story are you telling with your life?
By Michael Mookie Manalili
Kirk Schneider for APA President
- Endorsements of Kirk J. Schneider for president of the American Psychological Association
Individuals and members of Div. 32 share their endorsements of Kirk J. Schneider for APA president.
- Kirk Schneider can bring psychology’s voice to our national crises (PDF, 51KB)
This is a time when psychology must consolidate its power but to do so we must learn to speak with a common voice and shared values.
- Support for Kirk Schneider’s expansive vision for psychology (PDF, 3MB)
Individual endorsements for APA presidential candidate, Kirk Schneider.
- Official Div. 32 endorsement of Kirk Schneider for APA president
The executive board of Div. 32 has unanimously voted to endorse Kirk for APA president.
- Personal endorsements for Kirk Schneider for APA president (PDF, 112KB)
Friends and colleagues of Kirk Schneider share testimonials and experiences in support of his presidential campaign.