SUNY series in the Philosophy of Psychology
David Hartley on Human Nature
Presents the first complete account of the thought of David Hartley, one of the most original minds of the eighteenth century.
Anger, Madness, and the Daimonic
Explores the links between anger, rage, violence, evil, and creativity and describes a dynamic therapeutic approach that can help channel anger and violent impulses into constructive and creative activity.
Psychotherapy and Spirit
The first concise overview of transpersonal psychotherapy.
Clinical Studies in Transpersonal Psychotherapy
Demonstrates the dramatic results of blending the traditional with the transpersonal approach to psychoanalysis.
The Primal Wound
Argues that a primal wounding of the human spirit occurs in earliest human life that disrupts fundamental relationships and leads to anxiety, loneliness, and alienation; and shows how this wounding can be redeemed through therapy and through living one's life differently.
Changes of Mind
An original theory of the development of consciousness that brings together research from neurology, new-paradigm studies, psychology, and mysticism.
Breaches the wall between the psychotherapeutic and the sacred as respected pioneers in the field give their vision of the synergistic potential in these two powerful traditions.
Transpersonal Psychology in Psychoanalytic Perspective
In this book, Michael Washburn provides a psychoanalytic foundation for transpersonal psychology. Using psychoanalytic theory, Washburn explains how ego development both prepares for and creates obstacles ...
Healing the Split
The links between madness, creative genius, and spiritual experiences have tantalized philosophers and scientists for centuries. In Healing the Split, John Nelson brings the lofty ideas of transpersonal ...
The Harmony of the Soul
The Harmony of the Soul creates a naturalistic grounding for ethics and a moral grounding for psychotherapy. It is an original and startling synthesis of the ideas of mental health and moral virtue based ...