Recommended E-H Event—Practising Existential Therapy: Ernesto Spinelli


Overview workshop with Professor Ernesto Spinelli

Existential therapy places pivotal significance upon the inter-relational aspects of human experience. From this perspective, the presenting symptoms and disorders brought to therapy are disclosed as direct expressions and outcomes of the client’s overall 'way of being' rather than as

Free – $20

Recommended—Hosted by RMHCPA: People of the Rainbow


People of the Rainbow: Working with and Understanding the LGBTQIA+ Community from a Humanistic Therapy Lens—Knowing the Essential Language

This workshop is designed to help clinicians working with LGBTQIA+ clients understand the current essential language and why it is important to use the appropriate language. According to the Centers for Disease Control, LGBTQIA+ people are members of every community, diverse, come from all walks of life, and include people of all races and ethnicities, all ages, all socioeconomic status, and come from all over the world.

$25 – $35

Recommended E-H Event: The Polarized Mind and What We Can Do About It


Hosted by CPA Annual Convention 2021 -Virtual- Workshop Presented by: Kirk Schneider, PhD, PSY The polarized mind is the fixation on a single point of view to the utter exclusion of competing points of view and is one of the chief bases for personal and interpersonal destructiveness. Dr. Schneider will explain how this is one […]

$25 – $150

Recommended Event—CPA Conference


Building Bridges, Community, and Understanding in PsychologyThere will be 8 Live, Main Stage Sessions (3 on Friday, 3 on Saturday, and 2 on Sunday). Most sessions are 90 minutes in length and each offers 1.5 live CE credits. One session on Sunday is 60 minutes and offers 1 Live CE credit. Attend all 8 sessions […]

Dancing With Dragons: Helping Clients Depolarize


This workshop is intended for clinicians who are interested in the dynamic, challenging territory of couples therapy. Romantic relationships inherently hold the human dilemma that we cannot open to love without opening to where we have been wounded in love. We all have dragons. Their job is to protect the gold; in the most fundamental sense, the continued existence of our essential self. Our dragons protect our wounded hearts. We might say dragons continue to breathe fire until the core wound they are protecting is recognized. In this way, the dragon dance is a call for mutual healing.

$10 – $35

Integrating the Self: Helping Clients Depolarize and Cultivate Self-compassion


Developed and Facilitated by Galia Schechter, PsyD, EHI Affiliate Instructor This webinar is the seventh in EHI's series of webinars on depolarization:Depolarizing Our Minds, Our Hearts & Our Nation When: Saturday, February 20th, 2021; 10am-1pm, Pacific Time Where: Online via Zoom Meeting w/ Zoom Breakout Rooms Cost: $35 General/Professional; $20 Student/Elder; Economic Hardship $10**We understand […]

$20 – $35

Working with the Cultural Outsider in Psychotherapy

Heart Source Center 1600 Shattuck Avenue Suite 125, Berkeley, California

Developed and Facilitated by Dennis Portnoy, MFT

Time: 11 am to 3pm: no lunch break
Heart Source Center, Berkeley
4 CE credits pending approval*.

*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.

An Interplay of Wisdom, Emotion, and Reason in Depolarizing the Mind


Workshop on Utilizing Langerian Mindfulness in Working With Clients Saturday, 11/14/2020 10am-1pm Pacific Time; Check-in at 9:45am Online workshop via Zoom & Zoom Breakout Rooms 3 CEs While meditation-based mindfulness plays a significant role in espousing specific modes of mind that are prone to tranquility, calmness, and equanimity, Langerian mindfulness develops a creative state of […]

$20 – $35

What Disturbs Me Most About You…is Me


Developed & Facilitated by: Nader Shabahangi, PhD, LMFT, RCFE Time: 10am-1pm Pacific Time; Checkin 9:45am Online workshop via Zoom utilizing Zoom Breakout Rooms How do we learn to live in these times? How do we prioritize in our life during such a period of upheaval? Our world is undergoing so much change on a daily […]

$20 – $35

Recommended Event: EHNW Webinar- Aging or Eldering w/ Nader Shabahangi

SAVE THE DATE: EHNW WEBINAR! September 25, 2020 Presented by our Friends at Existential-Humanistic Institute Northwest Aging or Eldering? A Powerful Shift to Understanding Human Life: Practical and therapeutic implications from an existential, process-oriented lens. Developed and Led by EHI Vice President & Core Instructor: Dr. Nader Shabahangi PhD, MFT Date: Saturday, 09/25/2020 Time: 9:00 AM - […]


“Facilitating Experiential Democracy Dialogue”

First Unitarian Universalist Society San Francisco, CA

Developed and Presented by Dr. Kirk Schneider!
Time: 9:45 am to 5:15pm: lunch on our own 12:45-2:15pm
First Unitarian Universalist Society, San Francisco
6 CE credits pending approval*
Related Book, The Depolarizing of America, to be released on June 15, 2020 by University Professors Press
*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.

Recommended Event: APA Convention – Aug 6th, 7th & 8th


  For the first time, the APA annual convention is coming to you. Join the APA online August 6-8 for: Inspiring Main Stage events on the psychology of racism and hate, human behavior and leadership in a time of crisis, and the psychological toll of COVID-19 Dynamic keynote sessions from thought leaders like Jonathan Haidt, Thema Bryant-Davis, […]