Panel Discussion: Humanistic Perspectives in the Regulation of Psychotherapy in Ontario

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Saturday, August 8 2009
2:00 to 6:30 pm
Westin Harbour Castle Hotel,Toronto

Please download the event flyer or read the papers for more info.

The CHTA, along with the Living Institute, has been invited by the Humanistic Psychology Division (Div 32) of the American Psychological Association to co-host their hospitality suite at the APA convention in Toronto, August 6 to 9, 2009. We are holding a panel discussion Saturday, August 8, from 2:00 to 6:30 pm in the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel on Humanistic Perspectives in the Regulation of Psychotherapy in Ontario with prominent local and international figures.

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File Humanistic Perspectives in the Regulation of Psychotherapy in Ontario195.26 KB
File Empirically Violated Treatments: Disenfranchisement of Humanistic and Other Psychotherapies
Arthur C. Bohart, California State University Dominguez Hills; Maureen O’Hara, Saybrook Graduate School; Larry M. Leitner,Miami University (Ohio). Psychotherapy Research 8 (2) 141-157, 1998.
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File The Medical Model in Psychotherapy: An Explanatory System That Fails to Explain
This article by David Elkins, originally published in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, is now a chapter in Dr. Elkins' upcoming book Humanistic Psychology: A Clinical Manifesto A Critique of Clinical Psychology and the Need for Progressive Alternatives Available in October, 2009, from University of the Rockies Press, 555 E. Pikes Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 The book will also available at amazon.com and other internet book stores.
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File Existential Positive Psychology: The six ultimate questions of human existence
Paul Wong. Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology, 2008.
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