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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Orah Krug, PhD EHI Clinical Director

Orah Krug, PhD

EHI Clinical Director

Orah Krug is a s a licensed psychotherapist with a private practice in Oakland, and Sausalito, CA. In addition to her work at EHI she is a faculty member of Saybrook University, and an editor for the Journal of Humanistic Psychology. Most recently, Dr. Krug is a contributing author to the 2nd Edition of The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology and has co-authored a textbook with Dr. Kirk Schneider entitled, Existential-Humanistic Therapy, part of a monograph series for the American Psychological Association. She has produced two videos entitled, Conversations with Jim and "Joe" A Demonstration of the Consultation Process, with James Bugental. Her current research focuses on the relationship between existential meaning-making processes and therapeutic change.

She has shared her experiences heading EHI's education programs recently at DIV32 at the 6th Annual APA Conference 2013 in a presentation entitled The Renewal of Humanism: Lessons from an Existential-Humanistic Training Program (PDF dowload)

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

Friday, June 20, 2014

Upcoming EHNW Workshop Presented by EHI's Kirk Schneider, Phd

Existential-Humanistic NorthWest presents:

“From the Polarized Mind to the Rediscovery of Awe: An Existential-Integrative Perspective on Healing”

Presented by Kirk J. Schneider, Ph.D

Date: Friday, September 26, 2014
Time: 9:00am - 4:30pm - 6 CEU hours
Location: Ambridge Event Center, 1333 NE MLK Blvd, Portland, OR
Tuition: Early registration fee (by Sept. 1): $115; After Sept. 1: $140; Students: $75
Registration: Please go to:

Join leading spokesperson for Existential-Humanistic psychology, Kirk J. Schneider, Ph.D, for a day of lecture, discussion and experiential exercises in existential-integrative therapy. Drawing from his new book, “The Polarized Mind: Why it’s Killing Us and What We Can Do About It,” as well as past work. Dr. Schneider will lead us in examining what he identifies as “The Polarized Mind” — its causes and development, existential issues and qualities, and its treatment via existential-integrative therapy. Dr. Schneider defines the Polarized Mind as the product not of sickness but of unaddressed and unacknowledged fear - which leads individuals and societies to become rigid, narrow, and destructive.

Have Questions Regarding this Event? Please check out the workshop info on the EHNW website.