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.


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The Self & Society Magazine, no. 3, summer 2019 is now available online.


AHPb Events for 2019

“Engaging Our Hearts in Dangerous Times”

 

A Humanistic Psychology Café Event

AHPb is holding a series of low cost humanistic café-style events in London hosted by The Study Society. These events will culminate in a conference in the autumn (see details below). It will include an informal talk and small group discussions focusing on speaking from the heart and using the insights of Humanistic Psychology to relate to what’s happening in the world today.

Our next cafe event will be on Wednesday 18th September 2019 with Elliot Benjamin. For further details, please see AHPb Events for 2019.

AHPb Annual Conference 2019

AHPb with the Association for Humanistic Psychology Practitioners (AHPP) and the Independent Practitioners Network (IPN) – presents:

Engaging Our Hearts in Dangerous Times:
Contributions and Perspectives from Humanistic Psychology

 

Saturday 23rd November 2019 – 9.30am – 5.30pm
Venue: Colet House, London

This conference is the culmination of the humanistic café-style events that have been held throughout the year. Speakers will include Professor Andrew Samuels, Lucy Scurfield, Elena Manafi, Skeena Finebaum-Rathor, John Fletcher and Tim Broughton. The conference will be chaired by Richard House and facilitated by Zohar Dina  Glouberman. For more details, see the conference page.


Into the Woods and Out Again: A Memoir of Love, Madness and Transformation by Dina Glouberman is now available and can be purchased from the online store.

Into the Woods and Out Again is an inspiring memoir that – with honesty and down-to-earth humour – invokes the essence of a remarkable time and place by a woman who dared to make her dreams a reality.
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