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    (1973). Denial of death. New York: Free Press.
  • Bugental, J. F. T.

    (1965, 1981). The Search for Authenticity — An Existential-Analytic Approach to Psychotherapy. New York: Irvington Publishers. (Out of print)
  • Bugental, J. F. T.

    (1976). The search for existential identity. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Bugental, J. F. T.

    (1978). Psychotherapy and Process — The Fundamentals of an Existential-Humanistic Approach. Menlo Park, Calif.: Addison Wesley.
  • Bugental, J. F. T.

    (1980). The Psychotherapy Handbook — The A to Z Guide to More than 250 Different Therapies in Use Today. Edited by Richie Herink. New York: A Meridian Book, New American Library Times Mirror.
  • Bugental, J. F. T.

    (1987). The Art of the Psychotherapist — by JF Bugental, Ph.D. New York: W.W. Norton.
  • Bugental, J. F. T.

    (1990). Intimate Journeys — Stories from Life Changing Therapy. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Bugental, J.F. T.

    (1999). Psychotherapy isn’t what you think. Phoenix: Zeig, Tucker & Co., Inc.
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    (2002). Humanistic psychotherapies: Handbook of research and practice. Washington, DC: APA.
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    (2003). Existential therapies. London: Sage.
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    (2008). Current Psychotherapies. (8th Edition). Belmont, CA: Thomson Brooks/Cole.
  • Frankl, V.

    (1959). From Death-Camp to Existentialism — A Psychiatrist’s Path to a New Therapy. Lasch, I. (Trans), Boston: Beacon Press.
  • Friedman, M. S.

    (1985). The Healing Dialogue in Psychotherapy. New York: Jason Aronson.
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    (2006). Multiple Intelligences. New York: Basic Books.
  • Gendlin, E. T.

    (1978). Focusing. New York: Everest House.
  • Glasser, W.

    (1998). The Quality School. (revised edition). New York: HarperPerennial.
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    (1998). The Quality School Teacher. (revised edition). New York: HarperPerennial.
  • Jourard, S. M.

    (1971). The Transparent Self. New York: D. Van Nostrand Company.
  • Koestenbaum, P.

    (1978). The New Image of the Person — The Theory and Practice of Clinical Philosophy. Westport, CT.: Greenwood Press.
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    (1972). If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him — The Pilgrimage of Psychotherapy Patients. New York: Bantam Books.
  • Laing, R. D.

    (1967). The Politics of Experience. New York: Ballantine Books.
  • Laing, R. D.

    (1969). The divided self: An existential study in sanity and madness. Middlesex, UK: Penguin.
  • Maslow, Abraham H.

    (1962). Toward a Psychology of Being. Princeton, NJ: D. Van Nostrand Company.
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    (1971). The Farther Reaches of Human Nature. New York: The Viking Press.
  • May, R.,

    (1953). Man’s Search for Himself. A Signet Book, The New American Library.
  • May, R.,

    (1983). The Discovery of Being — Writings in Existential Psychology. New York: W.W. Norton.
  • May, R., & Schneider, K. J. (Eds.).

    (1995). The Psychology of Existence — An Integrative Clinical Perspective. McGraw Hill.
  • May, R., Angel, E., & Ellenberger, H. (Eds.).

    (1958). Existence: A new dimension in psychiatry and psychology. New York: Basic Books.
  • Mendelowitz, E. & Schneider, K.

    (2008). Existential Psychotherapy. In R. Corsini & D. Wedding (Eds.) Current psychotherapies (8th ed.) (pp. 295-326). Belmont, CA: Thompson/Brooks Cole.
  • Moustakas, C. E. (Ed.).

    (1956). The Self — Explorations and Personal Growth. New York: Harper Publishing.
  • Moustakas, C.

    (1965). The Authentic Teacher:Sensitivity and awareness in the classroom. Cambridge, MA: Howard A. Doyle.
  • Palmer, P. J.

    (2007). The Courage to Teach. (10th edition). Jossey-Bass.
  • Rogers, C. R.

    (1961). On Becoming a Person — A Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
  • Rogers, C. R.

    (1980). A Way of Being. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
  • Rogers, C. R. & Freiberg, H. J.

    (1994). Freedom to Learn. (3rd edition). Prentice Hall.
  • Schneider, K. J. & May, R.

    (1995). The psychology of existence: An integrative, clinical perspective. New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • Schneider, K. J.

    (1999). The Paradoxical Self: Toward an Understanding of Our Contradictory Nature. Humanity Books.
  • Schneider, K. J., Bugental, J.F.T. & Pierson, J.F. (Eds.).

    (2014) The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology: Theory, Research and Practice. Second Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Schneider, K. J., Bugental, J.F.T. & Pierson, J.F. (Eds.).

    (2001) The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology: Leading Edges in Theory, Research and Practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Schneider, K. J.

    (2004). Rediscovery of Awe: Splendor, Mystery and the Fluid Center of Life. Paragon House.
  • Schneider, K. J. (Ed.).

    (2008). Existential-integrative psychotherapy: Guideposts to the core of practice. New York: Routledge.
  • Schneider, K. J.

    (2009). Awakening to Awe: Personal Stories of Profound Transformation. Jason Aronson.
  • Schneider, K. J. & Krug, O. T.

    (2009). Existential-humanistic Therapy (Theories of Psychotherapy Series). American Psychological Association.
  • Schneider, K. J.

    (2013). The Polarized Mind: Why It's Killing Us and What We Can Do About It. University Professors Press.
  • Shabahangi, N.R.

    (2014) Ambiguity of Suffering Elders Academy Press.
  • Welwood, J. (Ed.).

    (1983). Awakening the Heart: East/West Approaches to Psychotherapy and the Healing Relationship. Boulder, CO: Shambhala Publications.
  • Yalom, I.

    (1980). Existential psychotherapy. New York: Basic Books.
  • Yalom, I.

    (1989). Love's Executioner and Other Tales of Psychotherapy. New York: Basic Books.
  • Yalom, I.

    (2002). The gift of therapy. New York: HarperCollins Publishers.

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