Existential Humanistic Institute

The Existential-Humanistic Institute (EHI) was formed as a non-profit organization under the auspices of Pacific Institute in 1997. EHI provides a forum, a “home,” for those mental health professionals, scholars, and students who seek in-depth training in existential-humanistic philosophy, practice, and inquiry.

EHI offers courses on the principles of existential-humanistic philosophy and practice, the inner search process, subjectivity and encounter and the responsibility of the therapist. Most of EHI’s instructors have trained extensively with such masters as James Bugental, Irvin Yalom and Rollo May, and are among the most highly trained existential-humanistic practitioners in the country.

For more information, please visit ehinstitute.org

Orah Krug “Lessons from an Existential-Humanistic Training Program”

Orah Krug presents a talk during the DIV32 Conference of the American Psychological Association held February 28 to March 3, 2013, about directing the Certificate Program in Existential-Humanistic Therapy, the history of the program and lessons learned along the way that inform the current focus of the program. Hear student voices about their experiences in the program and how the students’ experiences and feedback have contributed to growth of the program.

The Renewal of Humanism: Lessons from an Existential-Humanistic Training Program – PDF

Orah Krug, DIV32 6th Annual APA Conference: Spring, 2013