Tag: Jason Dias

Psychology Needs Integrational Approaches


Existential-Integrative Therapy (Cover) Integration is better than segregation. This is an American value.  We need to use the same schools, the same community resources, the same places.  We need access to the same materials, literature, and social standing.  The civil rights movement showed us that this is true.  And years working with developmentally disabled adults… Read more »

Emerging metaphors: Suffering, coffee, and connoisseurs of pain


Photo by Julius Schorzman We were sitting in a cramped, cold classroom in Chengdu in western China, struggling to be of use, when one of our Chinese hosts said, “Psychology is dogshit.” Each year, a small group of students and professors of psychology visit China to talk about psychology and religion, existential psychology, and Chinese… Read more »