AHP Perspective


Subject: AHP Perspective
Date: Sun, 6 Aug 2000 10:50:46 -0400 (EDT)

AHP Perspective


AHP Perspective is a magazine published bi-monthly for members of the
Association for Humanistic Psychology. It includes interviews, articles,
essays, updates on member activities, conference announcements, and book
reviews. Members receive the complete AHP Perspective as part of their

AHP shares ideas and information about the latest developments in
personal, professional and social change through AHP Perspective, our
dynamic bimonthly member magazine. AHP Perspective includes exclusive
articles, interviews, book reviews, current international news about
member activities, and a Calendar of AHP-sponsored events. Recent themes
and articles include "Voice, Breath, Movement and Touch", "Psychology and
the Sacred", Human Potential and the Economy", "A Wake-Up Call for
Humanistic Warriors", "Client-Centered Therapy", "Health Care Reform", and
an exclusive preview of former AHP President Jean Houston's new book,
"Manual for the Peacemaker: An Iroquois Legend to Heal Self & Society".

More in depth, scholarly information on the quality of human experience
can be found in our esteemed Journal of Humanistic Psychology. The Journal
offers the very best in personal, interpersonal, social and philosophical
subjects. Recent issues address "Psychotherapy and Spirituality",
"Intimacy and Isolation", and "The Aesthetic Experience" with humanistic
analysis, current psychological research, humor, and integrity. Open these
pages to the vision of possibilities in human growth and spiritual

Available by subscription only.


Editor: Kathleen Erickson
Email: EricksonEditorial@att.net

Original posting date: 
Thursday, September 14, 2000
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