Paperback 342 pages
Published September 14, 2016
Paperback 262 pages
Published September 14, 2016
These volumes bring transpersonal psychology into a more contemporary era and expand its application into new approaches for healing and growth. It is a pleasure to see new thinking that extends the seminal insights of transpersonal psychology into such areas as social action, diversity, and inequality, to connect the inner with the outer world, and to locate personal transformation in a context of social transformation, indeed as the most powerful form of social action. This is a much needed contribution to the field.
Brant Cortright, PhD
Author of Psychotherapy and Spirit: Theory and Practice in Transpersonal Psychotherapy
Professor of Psychology, California Institute of Integral Studies
Drs. Kaklauskas, Clements, Hocoy, and Hoffman have pulled together an impressive display of talented Transpersonal Psychology writers who present the complexities of the theory and practice in a way that the reader can readily understand and grasp. The writings are applicable for numerous issues, conditions, and settings and will be a valuable resource that will enhance the teaching, learning, research, and practice in the field.
Nina W. Brown, EdD, LPC, NCC, FAGPA
Professor and Eminent Scholar
This collection literally has it all from scholarly reviews of the intellectual and cultural origins of transpersonal psychology through relevant research and moving personal experiences to contemporary cutting edge applications. It clearly demonstrates that transpersonal is alive and well as it passes from middle age to elderhood. Timely, yet timeless.
David Lukoff, PhD,
Past Co-President Association for Transpersonal Psychology and the Institute for Spirituality and Psychology
This book takes the reader on a journey across time, cultures, and perspectives, arriving at a fully contemporary view of transpersonal psychology. A mindful look at impassioned living, this scholarly collection explores the crossroads of Human Science and Spirituality, and is a must read!
Donna Rockwell, PhD,
President Elect, Society for Humanistic Psychology (American Psychological Association Division 32)
Shadows and Light is a stunning collection of essays that enables the reader/ seeker to take a deep dive into a richly imagined framework for transpersonal education. It is a timely and elegant offering of contemplative-based theories, research, and practices. I predict it will be heralded as a triumph in the field!
Gaea Logan, LPC-S, CGP
Executive Director, Founder, International Center for Mental Health and Human Rights
Social Responsibility Award Recipient, Group Foundation for Advancing Mental Health
This collection is filled with compassion and curiosity, hope and humility. By integrating contemporary research, multicultural and social justice perspectives, and the vitality of relationships with self, others, and the world, the essays and talks provide refreshing energy to psychological perspectives on growth, transformation, and finding one’s place in this often challenging world.
Pat Denning, PhD, & Jeannie Little, LCSW
Founders, The Center for Harm Reduction Therapy