The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology: Leading Edges in Theory, Research, and Practice

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SAGE Publications, 17 mai 2001 - 760 pages
The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology is a landmark in the resurgent field of humanistic psychology and psychotherapy. Their range of topics is far-reaching--from the historical, theoretical, and methodological, to the spiritual, psychotherapeutic, and multicultural. Students and professionals are looking for the fuller, deeper, and more personal psychological orientation that this Handbook promotes.
 

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Table des matières

Introduction to Part I
3
Chapter 1 The Roots and Genealogy of Humanistic Psychology
5
Chapter 2 Humanistic Psychology at the Crossroads
21
A CriticalHistorical Perspective
29
A Review and Reflection
37
Part II Humanistic Theory
47
Introduction to Part II
49
Meta Themes
53
When Hearts and Cultures Share
371
Soteria and Its Successors
389
Special Section Awe and Terror in Humanistic Therapy
403
Chapter 32 If You are Ready to Undergo These AweFull Moments Then have an Experiential Session
411
Chapter 33 Constructivist Approaches to Therapy
421
Chapter 34 A Humanistic Perspective on Bereavement
433
Chapter 35 Existential Analysis and Humanistic Psychotherapy
447
A Reply to John Rowan
465

Chapter 6 The Revival of the Romantic Means a Revival of Psychology
65
Chapter 7 The Person as Moral Agent
77
Chapter 8 The Self and Humanistic Psychology
81
Contemporary Themes
101
Chapter 10 Humanistic Psychology and Peace
115
Creativity and Humanistic Psychology
127
Special Section Humanistic Psychology and the Arts
143
lmagology and the Postmodern World
153
Peak Performance and Peak Experience
161
Emergent Trends
181
Toward a Humanistic Spirituality
201
A Humanistic Response
213
Part III Humanistic Methodology
225
Introduction to Part III
227
Chapter 18 Humanistic Psychology and the Qualitative Research Tradition
231
Contemporary Themes
247
Design and Methodology
263
Chapter 21 Narrative Research and Humanism
275
Emergent Trends
289
Bringing ExperienceNear Closer
305
An Overview
315
Part IV Humanistic Applications to Practice
325
Introduction to Part IV
327
Contemporary Themes
333
Special Section The Responsibility of the Therapist
343
Chapter 27 Expanding the Boundaries of Practice
349
Chapter 28 The Therapist as a Model of Humane Values and Humanistic Behavior
355
Emergent Trends
473
Postmodernizing Humanistic Psychology
491
Chapter 38 HumanisticExperiential Therapies in the Era of Managed Care
503
Part V Humanistic Applications to Broader Settings
519
Introduction to Part V
521
Contemporary Themes
525
A Model ExistentialHumanistic Training Program
539
Chapter 41 Keeping PersonCentered Education Alive in Academic Settings
555
on the Human Capacity to Play
567
Chapter 43 Humanistic Psychology and MindBody Medicine
581
Tensions between Erotic Desire and Security Needs
593
Existential and Transpersonal Perspectives
609
A Reply to Roger Walsh
621
Emergent Trends
625
Chapter 47 Humanistic Psychology in the Workplace
635
Humanistic Psychology in the New Millennium
645
Introduction to Part VI
647
Chapter 48 The Old Saybrook 2 Report and the Outlook for the Future
649
dialectics and Future Development
659
Closing Statements
667
Regionally Accredited Graduate Programs in Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology
677
Author Index
679
Subject Index
693
About the Editors
711
About the Contributors
713
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Kirk J. Schneider, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and leading spokesperson for contemporary existential-humanistic psychology. He is an adjunct faculty member at Saybrook University, Teachers College, Columbia University, and the California Institute of Integral Studies. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association, vice president and founding member of the Existential-Humanistic Institute, and the recent past editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology. Dr. Schneider has published more than one hundred articles and chapters and has authored or edited ten books—seven of which have been, or are soon to be, translated into Chinese. Schneider has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Rollo May Award for “outstanding and independent pursuit of new frontiers in humanistic psychology” from the American Psychological Association, and the Cultural Innovator award from the Living Institute, Toronto, Canada. He was also awarded an honorary diploma by the East European Association of Existential Therapy. In 2010, Schneider delivered the opening keynote address at the first International Existential Psychology Conference in Nanjing, China and is slated as keynote speaker for the first World Congress of Existential Psychotherapy in London, United Kingdom, in 2015.

James T. F. Bugental, PhD (1915-2008), was a professor emeritus and clinical faculty member at Stanford Medical School, and an emeritus and adjunct faculty member at Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center. He was a major spokesperson for the humanistic perspective since its coalescence into an influential movement in the field of psychology more than fifty years ago. Bugental served on the editorial review boards of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, the Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, The Humanistic Psychologist, and the American Journal of Psychotherapy. He authored numerous major publications, including The Search for Authenticity, The Search for Existential Identity, Psychotherapy Isn’t What You Think, The Art of the Psychotherapist, and Psychotherapy and Process: The Fundamentals of an Existential-Humanistic Approach. Bugental also published more than eighty articles in professional and technical journals, and contributed twenty-five original chapters in books edited by others. Translations of his work can be found in French, Finnish, Spanish, German, Dutch, Russian, Italian, Chinese, and Japanese.

J. Fraser Pierson, PhD, is a licensed psychologist, a National Certified Counselor, and a professor of psychology at Southern Oregon University, where she teaches a variety of upper division and graduate courses within the nationally accredited Mental Health Counseling program. Long inspired and informed by the humanistic and existential perspectives, Pierson’s scholarly interests include psychotherapist preparation and training, the transformation of women’s self and world view in relation to participation in adventurous sports, and personal meanings derived from profound experiences in the natural world. She has co-edited or contributed to numerous works, and regularly presents on topics pertaining to mental health counseling from an existential-humanistic perspective. She serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology. Dr. Pierson completed her doctoral work at the University of Georgia, and an APA approved internship at Student Counseling Services, Iowa State University. A psychotherapist, educator and clinical supervisor by profession, Pierson is a naturalist and mariner by avocation.

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