What are the differences between a Ph.D. in Transpersonal Psychology and a Psy.D in Clinical Psychology?

According to Psychology Career center.org, psychology careers are a highly regulated industry. Earning a degree, especially a doctorate, is very important to ones upward mobility and success. In fact, most research and teaching positions at major universities or government organizations require a doctorate degree. Before deciding on which degree is the best fit for you,... Continue Reading →

Research in a Sacred World

By Rosemarie Anderson, Ph.D. While qualitative approaches have a long history in medicine and philosophy, the formal articulation of qualitative research methods begin with Phenomenological Research and Grounded Theory in the 1960s; Ethnography and Case Study methods in the 1970s; Narrative Research, Heuristic Research, Art- and Body-based Approaches, and Transpersonal Approaches in the 1990s; and... Continue Reading →

New Visions in Education -Consciousness Imbued Learning

By Kimberly Anne Christensen, Ph.D  (c),Advanced Seminar in Transpersonal Theory and Philosophy, December 2014. Kimberly Anne Christensen, MA, D. Div., Ph.D.(c) is an education advocate who is focused on helping humanity move toward greater self-awareness of their gifts, talents and purpose. With a 15 year foundation as a Nationally Board Certified teacher in the Los... Continue Reading →

Second Transpersonal Research Colloquium

  September 15-16, 2016, United Kingdom CALL FOR PAPERS The Second Transpersonal Research Colloquium will be held on September 15-16, 2016 at Highgate House in Northamptonshire (near London) in the United Kingdom.  The TRC immediately precedes the 20th Annual Conference of the Transpersonal Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society (BPS) on September 17-18, 2016 at... Continue Reading →

Transpersonal Psychology as a Lifestyle? Yes it is.

Author Olga Louchakova-Schwartz, MD, Ph.D is Professor Emerita of ITP at Sofia University. "Transpersonal psychology means different things in different countries." In the mid -90s, together with ITP student Arvin Paul, I conducted a survey of trends and tendencies in transpersonal psychology in different countries. This survey showed that transpersonal psychology means different things in... Continue Reading →

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