Training Therapists in
EHI specializes in Existential-Humanistic therapy (E-H) professional enrichment programs, training, and events for both licensed professionals & graduate students.
At the heart of EHI’s existential psychotherapy training programs is its Experiential Training Course Retreat. During this retreat, attendees experience an immersion in the Existential-Humanistic perspective and have the opportunity to develop therapeutic skills in a safe, supportive and intensive residential setting.
2023 Enrollment Ongoing
In-Person Experiential Training Retreat
“Existential-Humanistic Therapy: Principles of Practice”
Residential Dates: May 23-28, 2023
Featured Enrollment Tracks for In-Person Training Retreat*
*Same training retreat w/ 2 enrollment options
Track 1. EHI Certificate in Foundations
For students looking to gain a foundation in Existential-Humanistic Therapy practice; annual experiential training & theory courses, and case consultation included.
Track 2. EHI Experiential
(Attend the Residential Retreat Only)
For new or returning attendees who want to attend the experiential training featured in the Certificate programs, no additional coursework. Consult group optional.
*APA Division 32, Society for Humanistic Psychology is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. APA Division 32, Society for Humanistic Psychology maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Workshops, gatherings, symposiums, and conferences. EHI nurtures professional partnerships that have grown over the years to bring quality learning opportunities to the Existential-Humanistic clinical community. We also share recommended events from our Friends and Partners.
Save These Dates
Fall International Conference
Unleashing Otto Rank:
From Interpretation to Experience
November 4th & 5th
EHI's Core Team & Board
EHI welcomes Affiliate Instructor, Bonnie Rose, MA, LMFT, to the Board.
Pictured here (left to right): Troy Piwowarski, Sonja Saltman, Nader Shabahangi, Doug Silberstein, and Kirk Schneider. Not pictured: Scott Gibbs, Nance Reynolds, Stephanie Weissman, and Bonnie Rose.
Find out more about EHI’s board members, core and affiliate instructors here.
An Award Winning Organization
Charlotte and Karl Bühler Award Recipients from SHP (DIV32 of APA)
Training in Action
From the EHI blog...
Presenters Announced for Fall Conference on Otto Rank!
EHI is excited to announce the following esteemed presenters will be joining us Nov 4 & 5, 2023 for “Unleashing Otto Rank: From Interpretation to Experience”
Ellen Handler Spitz,
Please save the date and join us for this trailblazing venture into the reawakened legacy of Freud’s unsung protégé and contemporary torchbearer.
Reminder: The Society of Humanistic Psychology 16th Annual Conference
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The Existential Moment: On Caring
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In many cases, caring is pretty straightforward. We love our clients. Unconditional positive regard is easy. The only risk is maybe what we do with that affection. Alternatively, we might genuinely dislike our clients. That’s hard. Can we show care by simply…