The Existential-Humanistic Institute Requests Your Response
Dear EHI Supporter,
Would you be interested in receiving intensive training in E-H Therapy from EHI founders and faculty including Kirk Schneider, Orah Krug, and Nader Shabahangi?
This intensive training would allow you to receive a Certificate in Existential-Humanistic Therapy. The certificate would certify a completion in specific training and coursework required to meet EHI's standard of skill and competency in E-H Therapy.
My colleagues and I are developing a certificate program in conjunction with Saybrook University, a distance learning graduate psychology school. The curriculum includes an academic exploration of existential and humanistic psychology and an in depth study of two of its founders, Rollo May and James Bugental. The year-long curriculum additionally provides participants with extensive experiential training from the nationally recognized and highly trained faculty of EHI. Schneider and Krug's recently published textbook from APA, "Existential-Humanistic Therapy," will be a core resource for the experiential training piece. The certificate program is open to full or half-time students at Saybrook or at other graduate psychology schools, or to licensed professionals who seek to enhance their clinical skills.
Saybrook students would not incur any additional costs to participate in our certificate program. The non-Saybrook students would pay a tuition to EHI for the year-long training which includes training at the 2 and a 1/2 day EHI conference, a four-day training intensive, and a two day training workshop. In addition, on-going, year long case-consultation groups would be available for those participants from the Bay Area. Non-Saybrook students could take the required four academic courses from Saybrook as non-matriculting students. This would allow them the freedom of distance learning. Saybrook will "bundle" this coursework, thus lowering the fees, and provide credit toward a doctoral degree should a participant later decide to enroll in one of Saybrook's doctoral psychology programs. Non-Saybrook students could alternately choose to take equivalent coursework and/or create an independent study course(s) from a graduate psychology program to which they are affiliated or one closer to home.
We would very much appreciate your feedback, "YES" or "NO" and of course any additional comments you might like to add regarding our certificate program proposal. Your comments will aid us in putting together the best possible certificate program for you. Please click on the link below to be taken to the survey webpage.
With warm regards,
Training Director, EHI
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