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Richard Amiel McGough
12-18-2011, 06:36 PM
About the Institute

The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology is a private, non-sectarian graduate school accredited (http://www.itp.edu/about/wasc.php) by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

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Founded in 1975, the Institute began as a groundbreaking center of integrative, whole-person learning and training. Today, ITP is a leader in transpersonal research and education of clinicians, spiritual guides, wellness caregivers, and consultants who apply transpersonal principles and values in a variety of settings.

The Institute's stimulating and transformative educational paradigm, valuing the mind, body, spirit connection, attracts students from all over the world to both residential and distance-learning programs.

Distinguishing Features:

Educational paradigm stressing a holistic approach to psychotherapy.
Experiential educational model that integrates six aspects of human existence into coursework: intellectual, emotional, physical, spiritual, creative, and relational.
Cutting edge research opportunities with leaders in the field of transpersonal psychology.
Supportive and vibrant learning community including distinguished faculty and visiting scholars.
Classroom environment that honors diversity and creative expression.
Dynamic on-line/distance-learning opportunities utilizing the personal mentor system.
Evening master's program for working adults.

Richard Amiel McGough
12-18-2011, 06:44 PM
Stanislav Grof is a member of the Council of Sages (http://www.itp.edu/about/council.php) associated with the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. I attended a banquet in his honor on Saturday evening at the Cartographie Psychedelica held in celebration of the 25th anniversary of MAPS - the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies.