UNBOUND: Saybrook Insights with President Nathan Long

Interview with Dr. Kirk Schneider, Candidate for APA President & Author of The Polarized Mind

October 26, 2020 Kirk Schneider Season 2 Episode 39
UNBOUND: Saybrook Insights with President Nathan Long
Interview with Dr. Kirk Schneider, Candidate for APA President & Author of The Polarized Mind
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UNBOUND: Saybrook Insights with President Nathan Long
Interview with Dr. Kirk Schneider, Candidate for APA President & Author of The Polarized Mind
Oct 26, 2020 Season 2 Episode 39
Kirk Schneider

Season 2, Episode 39: A National Vision for the American Psychological Association...

In today’s episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Kirk Schneider, author of The Polarized Mind and current candidate for President of the American Psychological Association. Our talk today is particularly timely given the current national ethos as well as Dr. Schneider’s candidacy for president of the APA (voting closes on October 29 which is this week). To learn more about Saybrook University, visit us online at www.saybrook.edu.

Dr. Schneider's Bio and Website - Click Here

Kirk is a licensed psychologist and leading spokesperson for contemporary existential-humanistic psychology. His experience and contributions are extensive: Kirk is a cofounder and current president of the Existential-Humanistic Institute (an award-winning psychotherapy training center), Council Member for the American Psychological Association (APA), past president (2015-2016) of the Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32) of the APA, recent past editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology (2005-2012), a trained moderator for the conflict mediation group Braver Angels, and an adjunct faculty member at Saybrook University and Teachers College, Columbia University. Dr. Schneider is also an Honorary Member of the Society for Existential Analysis and the East European Association for Existential Therapy. He received the Rollo May Award for “outstanding and independent contributions” to the field of humanistic psychology from the Society for Humanistic Psychology, APA and is a Fellow of Divisions of the APA (32, 42, 12, 29, and 24). His work on existential-integrative psychotherapy has been featured in a special issue of the Journal of Psychotherapy Integration (March, 2016) and is the inspiration for the psychotherapy training program of the Living Institute, Toronto, Canada. Dr. Schneider has published over 200 articles, interviews and chapters and has authored or edited 13 books. 

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Season 2, Episode 39: A National Vision for the American Psychological Association...

In today’s episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Kirk Schneider, author of The Polarized Mind and current candidate for President of the American Psychological Association. Our talk today is particularly timely given the current national ethos as well as Dr. Schneider’s candidacy for president of the APA (voting closes on October 29 which is this week). To learn more about Saybrook University, visit us online at www.saybrook.edu.

Dr. Schneider's Bio and Website - Click Here

Kirk is a licensed psychologist and leading spokesperson for contemporary existential-humanistic psychology. His experience and contributions are extensive: Kirk is a cofounder and current president of the Existential-Humanistic Institute (an award-winning psychotherapy training center), Council Member for the American Psychological Association (APA), past president (2015-2016) of the Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32) of the APA, recent past editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology (2005-2012), a trained moderator for the conflict mediation group Braver Angels, and an adjunct faculty member at Saybrook University and Teachers College, Columbia University. Dr. Schneider is also an Honorary Member of the Society for Existential Analysis and the East European Association for Existential Therapy. He received the Rollo May Award for “outstanding and independent contributions” to the field of humanistic psychology from the Society for Humanistic Psychology, APA and is a Fellow of Divisions of the APA (32, 42, 12, 29, and 24). His work on existential-integrative psychotherapy has been featured in a special issue of the Journal of Psychotherapy Integration (March, 2016) and is the inspiration for the psychotherapy training program of the Living Institute, Toronto, Canada. Dr. Schneider has published over 200 articles, interviews and chapters and has authored or edited 13 books.