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Process Psychology is a form of psychotherapy derived from Process Philosophy as developed by Alfred North Whitehead. Process Psychology was founded at a conference sponsored by the Center for Process Studies in 1998.
David Ray Griffin, a retired professor, has also been instrumental in encouraging the development of Process Psychology. Process Psychology is closely aligned with Process Theology and its practitioners frequently refer to spiritual concerns.
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- Association for Process Psychology http://www.processpsychology.org/
- Openness: Spirituality in a Process Psychology, A Paper by John Buchanan for the Wuhan Conference on Science and Spirituality (October 2005) http://www.ctr4process.org/publications/SeminarPapers/29_3%20Buchanan1.pdf
- Franz Riffert, Towards a Process Psychology, http://www.sbg.ac.at/erz/salzburger_beitraege/fruehling99/fr_1999_1.pdf
- Kim, Chae-Young. “A Comparison of Alfred North Whitehead’s and Carl Gustav Jung’s Idea of Religion.” Journal of Dharma 27, no. 3 (2002): 417-428.
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