Rollo Mays on Existential Psychology (1976)

14 Feb
Director  Ian Bernard
Producer  John M. Whiteley
Contributors  American Personnel and Guidance Association, Rollo Mays
Length  31 minutes
B&W/Color  Color
UO Library Catalog description:   Rollo May explains existential psychology in relation to therapy and counseling
Call # FILM Md98
Genre  Instructional
Rare no (but only 2 projected copies worldwide)
Online  no
Copyright status  copyrighted
Physical condition  good
Oregon-related  no

Notes:

Part of a series called Distinguished Contributors to Counseling Series.

Rollo May was an American existential psychologist (sometimes called the father of American existential psychotherapy) born on April 12, 1909.  He died October 22, 1994.  His most influential work was Love and Will in 1969 and he is mostly thought of in relation to psychoanalysis and philosophy (specifically trying to reconcile Freudian psychoanalysis with existentialism).

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