Recommended Organizations & Partners
Here are some organizations that are recommended by the Existential-Humanistic Institute for more resources and information related to existential-humanistic therapy, existential therapy, and E-H adjacent therapies. This list is always growing as we engage with more organizations nationally and internationally. Check back for updates!
AgeSong Institute, under the umbrella of Eldership Academy, is dedicated to teaching health care professionals and lay caregivers humanistic, process-oriented models for working with people in need of care and support.
Information about the American Psychological Association’s Division 32: the Society of Humanistic Psychology. Become a member, check out learning events, annual conference information and the membership journal.
EHNW enlivens and enriches human experience through our commitment to being present with ourselves, others, society, and the mystery of life. We serve the healing professions, our clients, and the public through dialogue, education, training, and advocacy. EHNW is here to impact the world through existential-humanistic values of authenticity, integrity, responsibility, inclusion, and awe.
The Institute is an entity that provides higher education dedicated to training professionals of excellence in the field of Existential Analysis, with a high degree of competence and a broad social and humanistic sense, in order to respond to the social demands of the population and contribute to the purposes of integral development through interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary work in areas of social professional services, teaching and research, among others.
EHI was a sponsor of the First International Conference on Existential Psychology held April 2-5 2010 in Nanjing, China. The theme of the conference which assembled more than 40 experts of existential psychology from over 10 countries was “An intellectual dialogue between East and West: How to face suffering and create value of life.”
GLE-International (Gesellschaft für Logotherapie und Existenzanalyse – Wien) is a non-profit and scientific association. Its aim is to further develop and make known the existential-analytical anthropology and its application in psychotherapy, education, ministry, social work, industry, work place and management
Jim Bugental was a founder of the American Existential-Humanistic movement and the ostensible ”father” of the Existential-Humanistic Institute (EHI). In the mid-1980’s he created a series of intensive trainings called the “Art of Psychotherapy Program.” Numerous trainees emerged from these various learning events, including Myrtle Heery, Kirk Schneider, Orah Krug, and Nader Shabahangi, who went on to co-found, at Jim’s instigation, the Existential-Humanistic Institute. His website includes info about Jim’s therapeutic history, his books, videos and his therapy.”
The personal website of Dr Längle, psychotherapist, physician, clinical psychologist, coach and professor. He serves as President of the International Society of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis (GLE-I) and is a featured presenter internationally and is a lecturer at Austrian Universities in addition to those in Moscow and Mendoza, Santiago de Chile.
This is an archive of posts of a Saybrook University blog that ran from 2004-2015 by students and faculty at Saybrook University. Lots of voices of the new generation of Existentialists: In the 21st century, the New Existentialists through Saybrook University are breaking new ground to humanize the world around us.
The Psychotherapy Action Network is a global community of mental health professionals and stakeholders dedicated to promoting psychotherapies of depth, insight and relationship. PsiAN aims to restore these therapies to their fundamental place in the mental health landscape through education and advocacy regarding their personal, economic, and sociocultural effectiveness in alleviating suffering and transforming lives. Online source for psychotherapy articles, resources and information on conferences and events.
The Rocky Mountain Humanistic Counseling and Psychological Association (RMHCPA) was founded in 2016 to promote and develop humanistic psychology in the Rocky Mountain Area. RMHCPA’s mission is to support and promote existential, humanistic, and transpersonal psychology and counseling, especially in contributing to psychotherapy, education, theory, philosophy of psychology, research methodology, organization and management, and social responsibility and change in the Rocky Mountain Area.
The Graduate College of Psychology and Humanistic Studies is the world’s premier center for humanistic scholarship and research and carries forward the tradition of Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center.
The Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI) is an international, interdisciplinary organization whose aim is to promote the development of psychotherapies that integrate theoretical orientations, clinical practices, and diverse methods of inquiry.
The responsibility of the Society is to provide a resource for scholarship at an international level on the life and work of R.D. Laing.