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Title:
Ordinary ecstasy : humanistic psychology in action
Author:
Rowan, John.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
London ; Boston : Routledge & K. Paul, [1976]

©1976
Physical Description:
v, 234 pages ; 22 cm
Language:
English
Subject Term:
ISBN:
9780710083449
Format :
Book

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Central Library BF204 .R68 Adult Mass Market Paperback Central Closed Stacks-Non circulating
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Table of Contents

Part One What is Humanistic Psychology?
Humanistic Psychology Is and Is Not Psychology: The Old Saybrook
Conference
Eastern Thought
Science and Research
Humanistic Psychology Is and Is Not Optimistic
Maslow and Mahrer
Rogers and May
Centaur Consciousness
How Humanistic Psychology Holds the Contradictions: The Wilber Model
Authenticity
Charles Hampden-Turner
How Heidegger Got It Wrong
Part II Applications of Humanistic Psychology
Counselling
Rollo May's contribution
Person-centred Counselling
Co-counselling
Dreams
Psychotherapy: Gestalt Therapy
Experiential Psychotherapy
Alvin Mahrer
Psychotherapy: Bodywork
Psychodrama
Primal Integration
Psychosynthesis
Groupwork: Encounter
The Humanistic-existential
Group
Trust, Safety and Confrontation
Non-humanistic Groupwork
Self-help and the System
Education and Training: Rogers
Confluent Education
Experiential Learning
The School or College
The Wider Society
Organizational: Organization development
Hierarchy and Bureaucracy
Alternatives
Leadership
The Wider Scene
Taking Power
Transformational Management
Spiral Dynamics
Transpersonal: The Transpersonal Self
LSD
Levels of Consciousness
Personal and Social Implications
Paganism
Cross-cultural Work
Ken Wilber
Female/Male/Gay: Sexuality
Sex Roles
Constructivism and Some Ways Ahead
Part III The Future of Humanistic Psychology
The Spread of Humanistic Psychology
Directions for the Self
The Personality
The Real Self
Multiple Levels of Consciousness
Humanistic Psychology and the Social
Construction of Reality
Directions for Society
Phase one The Universal Approach
Evolution or Revolution?
Phase two Questioning Patriarchy
Power and Change
Phase Three An Integral Approach
Some Points on Theory and Research
Basic Orientation
Deficiency Motivation and Abundance
Motivation
B-values and D-values
Humanistic uesearch
Critiques of Humanistic Psychology
Journals and Magazines
Some useful addresses

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