The Power of Self-Actualization Revealed by Historical African-American Leaders

The Power of Self-Actualization Revealed by Historical African-American Leaders A guest post by Bonnie Bright, Ph.D. One of the benefits of depth psychological traditions is that they can be [...]

Division 32 Humanistic Psychology Conference

On March 30th through April 2nd Point Park University in Pittsburgh PA hosted the Division 32 Humanistic Psychology Conference.  This year the conference featured a significant influence from [...]

THE THERAPIST – Premieres May 8 on VICELAND featuring Pacifica Alum, Dr. Siri Sat Sam Singh

Pacifica Alum, Dr. Siri Sat Sam Singh, 200 PhD Depth

The Myth Salon by Dana C. White, PhD

The Myth Salon Dana C. White, PhD Adjunct Faculty and Alumnus, Mythological Studies The Myth Salon emanated from the desire to create a setting and a program format to experience the substance of [...]

Navigating the Road to Licensure with Cathy Atkins

SBCAMFT proudly presents: Navigating the Road to Licensure With Cathy Atkins, J.D., CAMFT Deputy Executive Director Course Description: Participants will learn the latest information on the [...]

Pulitzer prize-winner Gareth Cook interviews Gay Bradshaw in Scientific American.

The carnivore needs no introduction: fearsome, cold and brutal. But G. A. Bradshaw, known for her psychological work with elephants, asks readers to reconsider. In “Carnivore Minds,” she argues [...]

International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP)

The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) is the international accrediting and regulatory body for all Jungian societies and groups of analytical psychology practitioners, [...]