|Kirk J. Schneider||
Vice President, Existential-Humanistic Institute; Adjunct Faculty, Saybrook University and the California Institute of Integral Studies; and Editor, Journal of Humanistic Psychology
Existential-Humanistic Institute, Adjunct Faculty, Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center and the California Institute of Integral Studies, USA
|James F. T. Bugental||
Stanford University School of Medicine
Professor Emeritus, Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center
Emeritus Professor, Saybrook Graduate School; Emeritus Clinical Faculty, Stanford Medical School, USA
|J. Fraser Pierson||Southern Oregon University|
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