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  1. Existential-Humanistic psychology, through the development of higher self-esteem in an individual, helps to make social contributions to the community and society that they live in. Improving one's self-esteem can be achieved with the help of others (existential therapies, transpersonal psychology, positive psychology, or interpersonal psychodynamic therapy or by self reflection (mindfulness ...

  2. Mindfulness has been part of humanistic psychology from the beginning. For just a few examples, Maslow (1966), Jim Klee (1982), Rollo May (1981; May, Angel, & Ellenberger, 1958) and Gardner Murphy (1947) acknowledged the resemblances between foundational humanistic-existential theorizing and principles from Taoism, Zen and Hinduism ...

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  4. Jul 22, 2021 · Mindfulness at the heart of existential-phenomenology and humanistic psychology: a century of contemplation and elaboration. Human. Psychol. 42 6–23. [Google Scholar] Felder A. J., Robbins B. D. (2016). The integrated heart of cultural and mindfulness meditation practicei in existential phenomenology and humanistic psychotherapy. Human.

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  5. Humanistic and existential psychotherapies use a wide range of approaches to case conceptualization, therapeutic goals, intervention strategies, and research methodologies. They are united by an emphasis on understanding human experience and a focus on the client rather than the symptom. Psychological problems (including substance abuse disorders) are viewed as the result of inhibited ability ...

  6. All you need is love All you need is love All you need is love, love Love is all you need. —The Beatles. As a capstone to my presidential year, I am happy to bring the heart of "One Love," as described in Caribbean culture, to greater APA through our Div. 32 convention theme: Humanistic Psychology: How One Love Informs Psychotherapy, Inclusive Community and Multicultural Innovation.

  7. The mindfulness ‘foundations’ of existential-phenomenology appeared at the turn of the twentieth-century. Humanistic psychology’s affinity with phenomenology emerged in the latter half of ...