Therapy Toronto Psychotherapy Definitions
- Developed by Abraham Maslow, Transpersonal Psychology addresses the search for meaning in a specifically spiritual context.
An extension of Humanistic Psychology, the Transpersonal perspective explores human experience as an inherent expression of the connectedness of existence.
Human beings are seen as continuously engaging in a co-creative relationship with the source of being.
Existence is therefore regarded as the continuously emergent process of creation, in which we, as human beings actively participate. By helping to access and develop a deeper relationship with the spiritual dimension of life, Transpersonal Psychology, draws us out of our separateness and into the interconnected web of relationship that is the true nature of existence.
Transpersonal Psychology helps clients access and develop a deeper relationship with the spiritual dimension of life.(KG)
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