Articles Tagged "memorial"

Mar 1, 2021

What a wonderful parting gift Ram Dass (also known as Richard Alpert, PhD) has given us with his memoir, Being Ram Dass (Dass & Das, 2021). For those “of a certain age” who know of his life and work, this book takes you knee-deep into the juicy details of the stages of his personal and […]

It has been said that a good psychotherapist is empathic, wise, supportive, collaborative, and knowledgeable.  Abraham W. Wolf, Ph.D., was all of that as a therapist because that’s who he was as a person.  Abe cared deeply, and it showed.  He cared about his patients.  He cared about his family.  He cared about his friends […]

Professor Jeremy D. Safran, a teacher, clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst, and psychotherapy researcher, was fatally attacked by an intruder in his Brooklyn home on the evening of May 7, 2018. He had just turned 66. The news of his brutal murder sent shock waves throughout the many local and international academic communities of which he was […]

In Remembrance of Dr. Ronald Fox May 11, 1936 – March 14, 2018 Those of us who passionately believe in the mission of Division 29, and the importance of an autonomous psychological profession for the wellbeing of our nation, lost one of our most beloved and visionary leaders with the passing of Ron Fox on […]

Aug 6, 2017

Eugene T. Gendlin, PhD, the American philosopher and psychologist who developed the mind-body connection practice called “Focusing,” died on May 1, 2017, at the age of 90 in Spring Valley, New York. His death was announced by the International Focusing Institute (, which was founded in 1985 by Dr. Gendlin to promote the practice of […]

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