EHI 2016 Conference Group Sessions
At the 9th Annual Existential-Humanistic Institute (EHI) Conference on "Human Evolution vs Digital Revolution"- the attendees joined break out groups with EHI board members to discuss topics related to the theme.
EHI 2016 Conference: Kirk Schneider Shares Jason Silva's "Radical Openness" Video
Kirk Schneider shares Jason Silva's "Radical Openness" video from TEDGlobal 2012. This video is described by Jason Silva as "an anthem on the power of IDEAS." A group discussion of the video and it possible implications follows the viewing of the video.
View Jason Silva's "Radical Openness" video here on Vimeo.
Roger Walsh Keynote at Existential Humanistic Institute 2015 Conference
Roger N. Walsh, MD, Ph.D., is an Australian professor of Psychiatry, Philosophy and Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine, in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, within UCI's College of Medicine. In this Keynote presentation he shares his experience in therapy with Jim Bugental.
EHI 2015 Conference Intro: Celebrating James Bugental
EHI dedicated its 8th Annual Conference to Jim Bugental, a founder of Humanistic Psychology, co-founder of the Existential-Humanistic Institute, master Existential Therapist, author, teacher, and pioneer of Transpersonal Psychology.
This conference brought together a number of Jim's former students and associates, many of whom now are respected mentors, therapists and teachers themselves. In this intro some of these peers, colleagues, students, and clients share some of their stories of Jim and his influence on their personal and professional lives.
Kirk Schneider: Presence and the Polarized Mind - EHI 8th Annual Conference
In this session Kirk Schneider presents "Presence and the Polarized Mind: Applying Jim Bugental's Principles to Social Conflict."
PsychAlive.org Dr Lisa Firestone Interviews with Dr Kirk Schneider
Full Playlist of all videos available here
Dr. Kirk Schneider - Awakening to Awe, A Personal Journey, April, 2014
Dr. Kirk Schneider - Awe-Inspired Parenting
Dr. Kirk Schneider - Developing a Sense of Awe and Mystery in Our Children
Dr. Kirk Schneider - Over-Parenting and the Value of Anxiety
The Big Picture, Thom Hartmann Interview with Kirk Schneider
Why is Extremism on the Rise?....Interview with Kirk Schneider
by Thom Hartmann for Big Picture TV
Joy in Aging Series with Nader Shabahangi, President of EHI
Psychotherapy and the Mystery of Being - Part 1 of 9
Part 1 of 9 - Recorded at the International Conference on Personal Meaning, Toronto Canada, July 25, 2008 by TV Ontario's "Big Ideas" program. For further information about the ideas discussed in this video see Kirk Schneider's recent books: "Rediscovery of Awe" (2004) and "Awakening to Awe" (2009) and his website: www.kirkjschneider.com
A Fun Skit of an Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapy "Demonstration"
Grand Opening of the Existential-Humanistic Institute
The Power of Music- Henry Wakes Up!
Henry, a nursing home patient with alzheimers, who normally assumes a vegetative state, comes alive upon hearing music from his youth.
Michael Krasny of KQED Talks with Kirk Schneider
July 16, 2013
KQED Host Michael Krasny Interviews Kirk Schneider, EHI's Vice President and Instructor, about his latest book "The Polarized Mind."Listen to this interview on the EHI Blog
Interview with Ed Voris, Nader Robert Shabahangi, Patrick Fox, moderated by Dr. Sally Gelardin
June 10, 2010
The authors of Conversations with Ed, Waiting for Forgetfulness: Why are We So Afraid of Alzheimer's Disease? discuss their collaboration and the possibilities of forgetfulness as we age.Listen to the interview here
KQED Radio interviews Kirk Schneider
February 4, 2010
In his new book, "Awakening to Awe," psychologist Kirk Schneider chronicles the stories of people who have transformed their lives by making themselves open to humility and wonder. The program talks with Schneider about what he describes as a self-help meditation on an alternative and underground spiritual movement.Listen here on KQED
New Dimensions Media Host Michael Toms Interviews Kirk Schneider
November 2, 2009Reawakening To Life’s Great Adventure with Kirk J. Schneider, Ph.D. $1.99
From the dark terror of his own breakdown, Kirk Schneider has come to live in a state of awe. He explored the roots of his nightmares and anxiety, and the habits that kept him depressed and disengaged, and found that life is something to marvel at. Now he shares the long, winding road he traveled from there to here, and offers guideposts each of us can use to find our own way. Join him as he explains the reasons we spend so much of our lives disengaged from our sense of wonder, and the many tools and teachers that surround us, ready to help us regain it. The rewards, he assures us, are many. "Awe is a vital way of experiencing life," he says. "It has the capacity to lift one out of one's narrow identifications. We so often get stuck in certain fears or judgments. And awe is able to acknowledge that we're creatures, we're anxious, we're fragile somewhat. But at the same time it points us to the more - the more of who we are and the more of what we're participating in." Inspired by the wisdom of Dr. Schneider you'll find a renewed capacity to occupy parts of your being that you may not have considered before - your most vital, essential self.
See also Michael Toms Interview with Kirk Schneider "Radical Openness To Radical Mystery with Kirk J. Schneider, Ph.D." - Free! Download and listen here