The Master of Arts in Psychology (MAP) Program in Existential Phenomenological (EP) Psychology began to train therapists in a radically new philosophical healing model in 1981. The art and human science of existential-phenomenological therapy offered a deeply humanistic and experiential relational framework for creating apprenticeships with meaning making in the therapeutic journey for therapist and patient.
The central founders of this new model, George Kunz, Steen Halling, Lane Gerber, Jan Rowe, Kevin Krycka, and Jim Risser, brought forward a vision for a reframing of human suffering from reductive pathology to passage and possibility.
Celebrate the movement of this vision through the last 40 years as we continue to manifest it onwards into the future. Join us as we reconnect with each other and help support future therapists.
Four panel discussions will explore intersections of the past, present, and future of the MAP program.
Please share your own pictures and memories that we can include in a slide show at the event.