APA Monitor article on Existential-Humanistic Psychology
The first ever article in the flagship publication of the American Psychological Association to specifically examine Existential-Humanistic Psychology features interviews with New Existentialists (and Saybrook faculty) Kirk Schneider and Orah Krug.
It also clearly illustrates why Existential and Humanistic psycholgy are gaining prominence: treating the symptoms of depression, malaise, and insecurity are often not enough. A healthy life involves the search for meaning and purpose -- something medically oriented psychology cannot provide.
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