Through the specialization in Existential, Humanistic, and Transpersonal Psychology degree program, students are able to work closely with their mentors to develop a path designed to meet their particular needs, interests, and vocational aspirations. Topics include:
- Humanistic psychology
- Existential psychology
- Transpersonal psychology
- Phenomenological psychology
- Gestalt psychology
Although this existential, humanistic, and transpersonal psychology degree specialization is not designed to prepare graduates for licensure, many students are already clinicians seeking to expand their clinical skills without the limitations of APA-modeled degree paths. Graduates of this existential, humanistic, and transpersonal psychology Ph.D. program have applied their studies in a variety of contexts, including refugee and resettlement issues, alternative family systems, workplace psychology, police and crisis work, and trauma.
More program information can be found in our academic catalog.
*Our Ph.D. in Psychology programs are intended to open opportunities for graduates to pursue non-clinical careers or expand on their existing licenses and is not designed to prepare graduates to qualify for clinical licensure or certification.