This site contains information for AHP members. This includes events, articles, membership information, and training opportunities.
Blog by Kirk J. Schneider, Ph.D. on Psychology Today.
This site includes information about the American Psychological Association's Division for Humanistic Psychology's events, membership, and journal.
EHI was a sponsor of the First International Conference on Existential Psychology held April 2-5 2010 in Nanjing, China. The theme of the conference which assembled more than 40 experts of existential psychology from over 10 countries was "An intellectual dialogue between East and West: How to face suffering and create value of life."
GLE-International ( Gesellschaft für Logotherapie und Existenzanalyse – Wien
) is a non-profit and scientific association. Its aim is to further develop and make known the existential-analytical anthropology and its application in psychotherapy, education, ministry, social work, industry, work place and management.
Icecap exists to promote the appreciation, understanding, and growth of existential and phenomenological psychotherapy through publications, events, and colloquia, including internet activities. Icecap will seek to achieve these aims by creating dialogues amongst individuals and societies to further the development and dissemination of of existential and phenomenological approaches to psychotherapy.
Janus Head is an online journal dedicated to phenomenological psychology, continental philosophy, literature and art.
MyElderPals is a service that provides elders an opportunity to connect in meaningful ways with their peers while exploring the challenges and opportunities available in these later years.
In the 21st century, the New Existentialists are breaking new ground to humanize the world around us.
Pacific Institute is dedicated to teaching health care professionals and lay caregivers humanistic, process-oriented models for working with people in need of care and support.
Source for Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapy videos, articles, CE credits.
The Graduate College of Psychology and Humanistic Studies is the world’s premier center for humanistic scholarship and research and carries forward the tradition of Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center.
This site includes information about Kirk Schneider's writing and therapy practice, as well as excerpts from media appearances.
This site includes information about the Society's events, membership, and journal.
The Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI) is an international, interdisciplinary organization whose aim is to promote the development of psychotherapies that integrate theoretical orientations, clinical practices, and diverse methods of inquiry.
The responsibility of the Society is to provide a resource for scholarship at an international level on the life and work of R.D. Laing.
Information on the departments curriculum, staff, and orientation. Includes the Project page for Old Saybrook Two.
Home page for the Victor Frankl Institute. This site contains audio and video archives, a bibliography, and a good explanation of Logotherapy.
This site includes information about Irvin Yalom's writing, and his therapy.