Update: EHNW’s “Supervision: An Existential Therapy Perspective” Workshop

This workshop explores what is distinctive about an existential approach to supervision. In attempting to do so, it will address several key aspects in the practice of existential therapy that can be transposed to supervision from an existential therapy perspective. As well as lecture and discussion, participants will have opportunity to take part in a live demonstration of this approach to supervision.

Core Skills in Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapy 2024 – Online Workshop

An Existential-Humanistic approach to psychotherapy can be a foundation for all therapists seeking to do deep and life-changing work with their clients. The E-H approach is based on core ways of being and working with clients that help facilitate greater awareness, greater sense of choice, increased agency and adaptiveness and a deeper connection to self and others – all in the service of healing and growing. There are core capacities and skills an E-H therapist uses to help clients effectively explore and work through their existential predicaments so they can more fully access what deeply matters to them.

In this 16-hour online training, leading instructors in the E-H field will provide theoretical explanation and experiential opportunities for the development and/or strengthening of skills and capacities that are not only core to the E-H approach but can also support therapists of many other modalities cultivate a foundation for optimizing their technical skills.

$595 – $695

Unleashing Otto Rank: The Creation of Modern Depth Therapy

An International Conference

The most brilliant of Freud's students, Otto Rank had a highly productive life as a lecturer, therapist and writer after leaving Vienna. His work greatly influenced many notable figures, including the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan, the client-centered psychotherapist Carl Rogers, the existential psychoanalyst Rollo May, the existential therapist Irvin Yalom, and the cultural anthropologist Ernest Becker. It was his profound influence on May and Rogers in particular that gave birth to existential-humanistic psychology in the U.S.

EHI is excited to announce the following esteemed presenters:

Marie Becker
Sara Ekenstierna
Matthew Fox
Ludwig Janus
Robert Kramer
Kirk Schneider
Ellen Handler Spitz
Siebrecht Vanhooren

This Conference, unprecedented in the annals of both psychoanalysis and existential-humanistic psychology, will re-introduce the legacy, focus, and implications of Rank's genius for a new generation of Depth Psychologists. Specifically, the conference will focus on Rank's move from Freudian psychoanalysis to here-now experience and its foundational impact on psychospiritual healing...

The Literary Legacy of Existential Psychology w/ Dr Xuefu Wang

Join EHI for the second presentation in its International Existential Scholars Lecture Series! 

Both Lu Xun and Rollo May are existential thinkers as well as existential literacy figures. They both use metaphors to reflect on human existence. With Lu Xun’s reflection on the Chinese psyche or even the Chinese nation as a whole, he advocates for the destruction of the Iron House to set people free to live as individual humans with respect and dignity. Rollo May, in addressing the perspective of an individual being persecuted by an alienating power, touches on a related fundamental theme of humanity. 

$10 – $20

The Society of Humanistic Psychology 16th Annual Conference

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque Community. Collaboration. Embodiment:Cultivating an Ethic of Radical Hospitality in Treacherous Times "How I experience the world is different from how you experience the world, and both our interpretations matter."~~Manulani Aluli-Meyer, Indigenous Scholar, Ocean Peoples Cultivating an ethic of radical hospitality in treacherous times. "Inhale, soft front. Relaxed and at ease. […]

$100.00 – $300.00

EHNW Salon: On Becoming A Therapist-In-The-World

Presented by Justin Rock, LPC

Becoming a therapist is more than just a job, it is a way of being-in-the-world and being-with-others. What does it relationally mean to be a therapist? How does becoming a therapist change oneself as a person? Becoming a therapist can bring to existential angst of connection and isolation to the forefront. EHNW welcome students and professionals of all levels of experience to join, explore, and share the topic and experience of becoming a therapist and what that means for each of us.

$20

Core Skills in Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapy

In this 16-hour online training, leading instructors in the E-H field will provide theoretical explanation and experiential opportunities for the development and/or strengthening of skills and capacities that are not only core to the E-H approach but can also support therapists of many other modalities cultivate a foundation for optimizing their technical skills.

$560 – $685

EHNW July Salon on Internal Family System (IFS)

Join our friends at EHNW for an informal discussion about Internal Family Systems and how this model relates to the E-H perspective.

Internal Family Systems is a therapy model that conceptualizes all people

$15 – $20

Recommended: 2nd Annual Compassion in Therapy Summit

Recommended by Our Friends at Psychotherapy.netThe Compassion in Therapy Summit! FREE ONLINE EVENT ON NOW! APRIL 20-24, 2022 The Compassion in Therapy Summit 2022Hosted by: The Awake Network and The Center for Mindful Self-Compassion Throughout the summit, participants will explore the latest research, and learn practices to support their own well-being, strengthen the therapeutic alliance, […]

Free

SHP’s 15th Annual Conference

Toward a Post-Human(e)istic Psychology: Deconstructing, Preparing, and Engaging Join SHP colleagues, students, professionals, and friends over a three-day virtual conference hosting a mixture of live and pre-recorded presentations, a poster session, and opportunities for socializing throughout the conference This conference theme focuses on the future of humanistic psychology by acknowledging its past as we prepare […]

$50 – $150

The Existential Unconscious and The Therapeutic Relationship

Zoom Online

New EHI webinar on Otto Rank's Influence in E-H Psychology and Psychotherapy Approved for 3 CEs!* The Existential Unconscious and The Therapeutic Relationship: Otto Rank and the Birth of Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapy Developed and Facilitated by Otto Rank Scholar: Robert Kramer, PhD Webinar Hosted by: Existential-Humanistic Institute Date/Time: Saturday, March 19th, 10am-1pm PST; CE Zoom Check-in […]

$10 – $35