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The case for existential psychotherapy

Author: Kirk Schneider

One of the leading spokespeople for contemporary humanistic psychology, Dr. Schneider is current editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, vice-president of the Existential-Humanistic Institute, and adjunct faculty at Saybrook Graduate School and the California Institute of Integral Studies. He is also a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, and the recipient of its 2004 Rollo May Award. His recent work holds that existential psychology is the center to effective practice, and should be integrated into other therapeutic modalities.

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