Meet the Existentialists
Ed Mendelowitz, PhD
A board member of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Dr. Mendelowitz worked closely with Rollo May during his doctoral studies and is a contributor to the major compendiums of existential, humanistic, and depth psychology. Dr. Mendelowitz has presented numerous papers on psychology, psychotherapy and their respective interrelations with the humanities in the USA and Europe and, most recently, East Asia. His work resides on the gnostic frontiers of psychology in its blending of art, literature, music, cinema, religion, philosophy and clinical narrative with the more recognizable fare of theoretical scholarship. He is a part-time faculty member for Saybrook University, a lecturer for Tufts School of Medicine, and a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of the Rockies. Dr. Mendelowitz writes a quarterly online column, Humanitas, for the Society of Humanistic Psychology and lives and works in Boston.
Samples of Work by Ed Mendelowitz
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