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NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS

Enrollment Is Open For The Next 2017/2018 Cohorts

EHI's teaching staff, Orah Krug, PhD Kirk Schneider, PhD, Sonja Saltman, Nader Shabahangi, PhD, Troy Piwowarski, PsyD, Suzan Bollich, PhD and Doug Silberstein, MFT invite you to join one of our three unprecedented Existential-Humanistic education and training programs in the next 2017/2018 curriculum year.

EHI offers a Certificate in the Foundations of E-H Practice for students looking for a basic grounding in E-H therapy practice, an Advanced Program awarding a Certificate as an E-H Therapist for students who have completed the Foundations Program and the Modular Training Program for students who would like to participate in EHI's two curriculum year Experientials.

Apply to an EHI Program Today »

Questions?

Do you have questions about a program or about becoming an EHI student? We are here to answer them!

Orah Krug, EHI's Clinical Director of Education and Training, and Troy Piwowarski, EHI's Student Coordinator and Teaching Assoicate, will be happy to give you more information and to answer your questions about the upcoming EHI programs.

Contact either Orah or Troy by email: info[at]ehinstitute.org

EHI 2017/2018 Experiential Retreat Dates

EHI is excited to once again hold the program Experiential Residentials at lovely Westerbeke Ranch.

The students who are accepted into the newest cohort will enjoy the serene setting and fantastic food that are provided by the wonderful staff and environs of Westerbeke Ranch in Sonoma, California. Westerbeke Ranch as a retreat center has historic significance for our community, as it was the meeting place for many of the seminal writers in E-H theory and practice such as Rollo May and James Bugental.

Experiential Dates for 2017/2018 Registered Students in Program Cohorts*

Experiential I
• Sun, October 22nd, 2016 - Thurs, October 26th, 2017

Experiential II
• Sun, April 8th, 2018 - Thurs, April 12th, 2018

The Experiential starts at 4:00pm on the first day and ends at 1:00pm on the final day.

When planning travel to Westerbeke Ranch please note that EHI does not provide transportation up to Westerbeke Ranch, though we do encourage carpooling and initiate it with an email to all attendees prior to the retreat.

Visit the Westerbeke Ranch website to see where we hold our retreats!

EHI Faculty Sonja Saltman working in triad with students at Experiential

EHI Receives Charlotte and Karl Bühler Award at APA Convention on August 5th, 2016

DIV32 logo as EHI receives Charlotte and Karl Buhler Award

EHI is honored to receive with EHI's Dr. Nader Shabahangi The Charlotte and Karl Bühler Award. This award is given by Division 32 of the APA to an institution, and an individual associated with an institution, that has made an outstanding and lasting contribution to humanistic psychology.

 

Workshops, Academic Announcements and Publications

Recommended Upcoming Workshops

E-H Therapeutic Practice Workshop with Bob Edelstein, LMFT, MFT

Bob Edelstein, LMFT, MFT is presenting a workshop titled Deepen Your Therapeutic Work Using and Existential-Humanistic Perspective on February 24th in Portland. CEs are available.

Deepen Your Therapeutic Work Using an Existential-Humanistic Perspective
Friday, February 24th 9-12pm and 1-4pm
Hosted Reception 4-5pm
$150 (6 CEs for full day) $100 (3 CEs, morning or afternoon)

Where:Lewis and Clark Graduate Campus Lloyd Building #107
The workshop is sponsored by the Oregon Mental Health CE/U Consortium.

How to register: http://www.ormhceu.com

Details:
This workshop is open to all levels.
The day is split up into two sessions, with 3 CEs available for each session.
Space is limited.


Academic Announcements

EHI E-H Therapy Consult Group

The Spring Group is full. If you would like to be notified when the 2017 Fall(September) EH Therapy Consult Group opens please email Michelle at admin[at]ehinstitute.org.

We are pleased to continue to offer the monthly Existential - Humanistic Consult Group in San Francisco. Groups are twice a year, Fall(Sept) and Spring(Feb).

In this group you will work with Dr. Orah Krug to deepen your understanding of how to work with clients from an e-h perspective.

  • We'll focus on:
  • a) cultivating personal and relation presence,
  • b) tracking and reflecting process, and
  • c) increasing your facility to resolve clients' detrimental protective patterns.
  • By role-playing your clients we'll deepen your understanding of:
  • a) their self and world constructs,
  • b) how their protective patterns may trigger you, and
  • c) how to work with your personal contexts to resolve therapeutic impasses and help your clients accept disowned aspects of themselves.

When and Where: Saturdays from 10:30am -12:30pm at Orah's office in Oakland, California.

Cost:$300 for the set of 5 sessions*

Space limited

*Due to the nature of the consult group missed sessions are non-transferable.



Publications

Congratulations to Orah Krug, PhD and Kirk Schneider, PhD on New Book

We are excited to congratulate EHI's Orah Krug and Kirk Schneider on the publication of the newest book in APA's Clinical Supervision Series.

Supervision Essentials for Existential-Humanistic Therapy

by Orah Krug, PhD and Kirk Schneider, PhD Pages: 184
Publisher: APA
Item #: 4317423
ISBN: 978-1-4338-2281-0
Publication Date: May, 2016
Format: Softcover


 Find out more and order the book today on the APA website,

EHI would like to congratulate Dr's Orah Krug and Kirk Schneider on the publication of their new book Supervision Essentials for Existential–Humanistic Therapy. 

Excerpted from the Cover:

This concise guide applies the principles of existential–humanistic (E-H) therapy to the practice of clinical supervision. With the skillful use of case examples—including transcripts and analyses of real sessions with a real clinical trainee—the authors utilize the key ingredients of the E-H therapeutic approach, including empathy, acceptance, and genuineness, to model how trainees can create safe, collaborative, and supportive relationships with clients. E-H supervisors help trainees learn to enter their clients’ self-constructed worlds, using their own personal contexts to develop responsiveness to clients, while also cultivating the “presence” that enables genuine encounters and real therapeutic change.

This book is part of the American Psychological Association Clinical Supervision Essentials Series, the central resource for understanding contemporary models of psychotherapy supervision.

  

Recommendations for Supervision Essentials for Existential-Humanistic Therapy:

"This book is a clear, concise, and comprehensive guide to the art of clinical supervision. It skillfully teaches beginning supervisors the essentials of cultivating curiosity and empathy, examining interpersonal process, and respecting the uniqueness of each client. I recommend it highly."
—Irvin Yalom, Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
"Krug and Schneider, as leaders in the existential–humanistic therapy movement, offer an essential read in Supervision Essentials for Existential–Humanistic Therapy. They aptly demonstrate the supervision process in existential–humanistic therapy through showing its uniqueness from other approaches and illustrating how it is rooted in the existential–humanistic tradition. This book is sure to help advance existential–humanistic therapy through deepening the training and supervision process."
—Louis Hoffman, PhD, Department of Humanistic and Clinical Psychology, Saybrook University; Author, Existential Psychology East-West
Supervision Essentials for Existential-Humanistic Therapy by Orah Krug, PhD and Kirk Schneider, PhD. - Order the book today on the APA website.

Companion DVD Available

For information about the companion DVD for this book, please visit APA webpage for Existential–Humanistic Psychotherapy Supervision with Kirk Schneider, PhD, please visit the http://www.apa.org/pubs/videos/4310953.aspx.



Other Groups We Support

EXISTENTIAL HUMANISTIC NORTHWEST (EHNW)- Portland, Oregon

EH Northwest is a developing non-profit organization made up of healing professionals, who aim to live, demonstrate, and promote the primary existential-humanistic values found in their Vision:
"Existential-Humanistic NorthWest is here to impact the world through existential-humanistic values of authenticity, integrity, responsibility, inclusion, and awe."

Visit the Existential Humanistic Northwest website for more information about this professional organization based in Portland, OR.


CIIS PUBLIC PROGRAMS AND PERFORMANCES (CIISP3)- San Francisco, California

CIIS Public Programs seeks to engage and inspire people who are curious about themselves and their world. They create innovative conversations, workshops, certificate programs, and conferences. CIIS Public Program events further personal and social transformation by bringing together the diverse voices of visionaries, artists, changemakers, and scholars to share compelling experiences, offer new perspectives, and expand creative horizons. Public Programs enhances and reflects the university's(CIIS) academic mission.

Interesting Upcoming CIISP3 Events

BIG IDEAS at CIIS

Big Ideas at CIIS is a series of talks that brings you into the conversation about life’s most interesting and important topics. You’ll be taken on a guided tour of the most intriguing and significant ideas in a given field, and find out how these concepts are relevant to the world today. Cutting edge thought-leaders turn their passion and knowledge into practical insights designed to enrich your life, challenge your assumptions, and broaden your horizons. You’ll have the chance to share ideas and connect with other people, and walk away thinking about your own big ideas. Big Ideas at CIIS

Neurodiversity and Creativity
Nick Walker

What Can We Learn from Zombies?
Zara Zimbardo

For more info please visit Big Ideas at CIIS >>


Interested in the EHI Certificate & Training Programs?

Find out more about the different EHI Certificate programs here

View the EHI Modular Experiential Training Program details here


Existential-Humanistic Institute Blog

Visit the EHI blog for recent articles, updates and events.

RECENTLY PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Kirk Schneider's recent article on his blog, Awakening to Awe, is entitled "An "I-Thou" Dialogue Between a Police Officer and Activist" where he shares a fresh approach to conflict mediation. Read the full article here on Kirk J Schneider's blog on Psychology Today.

Bob Edelstein's recent article on his blog, Authentic Engagement, is entitled "Putting Our National Politics on the Therapy Couch" in which he talks about how do we talk together as a nation? Read the full article here on Bob Edelstein's blog on Psychology Today.

FEATURED BOOK

Kirk Schneider, Ph.D has recently published a new book The Polarized Mind: Why It's Killing Us and What We Can Do About It. Drawing from existential psychology, Schneider looks at the polarized mind, how it has ravaged cultures throughout history, and how to address the problem. View more on the book in this post on the EHI Blog and at the publisher's website, University Professors Press. The Polarized Mind is available on Amazon and as an eBook on iTunes.

FEATURED PRESENTATIONS

Bob Edelstein, LMFT, MFT recently presented "Authentic Engagement: A Radical Way of Being" at the recent Existential-Humanistic NorthWest Day of Workshops "The Search for Authenticity: The Practice of Existential-Humanistic Approaches."

Orah Krug, Ph.D presented a talk entitled "The Renewal of Humanism: Lessons from an Existential-Humanistic Training Program"( read more on the EHI blog-full transcript- pdf) during the DIV32 2013 Conference of the APA, about directing the EHI Certificate Program in Existential-Humanistic Therapy.

DR SCHNEIDER EDITS SPECIAL SECTION OF APA DIV29

Dr. Schneider was the senior editor of a special section of the APA journal Psychotherapy (Division 29) "The Renewal of Humanism in Psychotherapy: A Roundtable Discussion."This landmark section assembles the voices of top leaders in a diversity of therapy subfields – including Bruce Wampold and Dave Elkins in research and Training, Steven Hayes in Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, Robert Stolorow in Psychoanalysis, Lillian Comas-Diaz in Multicultural therapy, and Alfried Langle and Jurgen Kriz in European therapy--to discuss the nature and impact of humanistic renewal in their respective areas of expertise. View the ten articles from the Special Section - Humanism in Psychotherapy[Psychotherapy]: December, 2012, in our archive.

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