Welcome to the Association for Humanistic Psychology

The AHP was founded by a broad band of people from many disciplines, such as history, poetry, philosophy and spirituality. It is for academics, educators, health professionals, community and social workers, psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists, sociologists – in fact, anyone who shares humanistic values and wants to make a difference.

 

The Latest Issue of Self & Society

The September 2015  issue of Self & Society has the following featured articles:

Special Theme Symposium: Jungian analysis and humanistic psychotherapy: critical connections – past, present and future

September 2015 Self & Society

  • “The Two Carls”: Brian Thorne in Conversation with Andrew Samuels
  • An analysis of the use of the therapist’s ‘vulnerable self’ and the significance of the cross-fertilization of humanistic and Jungian theory in the development of the relational approach – Helena Hargaden
  • To be or not to be: divergence and communality in Jungian analytic and humanistic approaches – Birgit Heuer
  • Models of the ‘Self’: gendered, non-gendered and trans-gendered – Deirdre Johnson
  • Return to the radical edge? – Dale Mathers & Chris Robertson
  • Self-actualization and individuation – John Rowan
  • The ontological nature of change: critical connections between the humanistic psychotherapies and Jungian  analysis, past, present and future – Steven B. Smith
  • Odd bedfellows: psychotherapy, history and politics in Britain –
    Nick Duffell