AHP - Association for Humanistic Psychology

BM Box 3582
London
WC1N 3XX

Tel: 0845 707 8506
Web: www.ahpb.org

The Association for Humanistic Psychology (AHP) is an international association of people who are interested in exploring human experience and behaviour through the broad spectrum of approaches encompassed by humanistic psychology.

The Association for Humanistic Psychology in Britain is a registered charity. An Annual General Meeting is held each year, whilst the executive committee meets regularly during the course of the year to consider the activities of the association. AHP also have a lively, quarterly journal, 'Self & Society'.

Their members share an interest in personal growth and development. This often includes an interest in different forms of therapy and arising issues. However, as diversity and inclusion are core beliefs of humanistic psychology, it is not surprising that members come from diverse, wide-ranging sections of society.

They welcome members from all areas of interest and ages, though applicants need to be over 18 years of age.

Last updated on 21/07/2012