alexa association for humanistic psychology

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association for humanistic psychology

The Association for Humanistic Psychology is a professional organization in the field of humanistic psychology, founded in 1963.The AHP was founded by a broad band of people from many disciplines, such as history, poetry, philosophy and spirituality. It was the primary forum for the humanistic movement in the USA during the 1960s. In 1971 the Association launched the Humanistic Psychology Institute. It is for academics, educators, health professionals, community and social workers, psychologists, counsellors and psychotherapists, sociologists – in fact, anyone who shares humanistic values and wants to make a difference. Its truly an Association – run by and for our members – providing practical support and ethical codes which all members subscribe to.  There are a range of different membership classes, with accreditation as one option.  We accredit individuals who have trained elsewhere. They provide opportunities to advertise your practice, workshops & publications, at no extra cost. It also provides personal support & advice when applying for accreditation. It mainly focuses on,  promotion, advancement, and broaden the art and science of Humanistic Psychology within a global, multicultural context for the purpose of putting humanistic principles and compassion to work in the world to improve psycho-social conditions, address suffering in the human condition, and construct effective, holistic mechanisms for self-determination, self-esteem, and fundamental human dignity and worth to strengthen current and future generations. In this way to nurture a culture of peace. OUR PURPOSE is to develop and promote Humanistic Psychology in the field internationally, to advocate for humanistic approaches, practices, and principles, and to offer professionals a forum and vehicle to share and develop their skills, explorations, experience, and orientation. This includes professional development, training, research, networking, expanding opportunities for collaborating with other professional organizations, etc. We also strive to advocate for others and to put humanistic principles to work in the world to address the key issues of our day. The Society for Humanistic Psychology is approved by the APA to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Society for Humanistic Psychology maintains responsibility for their Continuing Education content.

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