A Look Back at Existential-Humanistic Therapy in the Media in 2019

2019 was an active year for Existential-Humanistic therapy in the US and internationally. Here are some news articles, audio and video pieces on E-H therapy that were in the media in the past year. This is from our recent newsletter.

E-H Therapy in the News in 2019

What it’s Like to Visit an Existential Therapist
The Atlantic, January 17, 2019
Faith Hill“Today’s Biggest Threat: The Polarized Mind
Scientific American, April 16, 2019
Kirk J. Schneider and Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi“Absorbed by Awe” -Dr Kirk Schneider [Audio]
Insightful interview on life, politics, and therapeutic practice.
SoulSpace Podcast, May 19, 2019
Adrian Choo and Thal Mohammed“Silicon Valley Goes to Therapy
New York Times, September 20, 2019
Nellie Bowles‘Kirk Schneider: Mental Health in the Digital Age’ [VIDEO]
An interview with CGTN’s Rachelle Akuffo for China Global TV Network America on existential therapy in the tech age.
CGTV NewsToday, October 10, 2019
Rachelle Akuffo“The Awe of Being Alive
Aeon, November 12, 2019
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