Association for Transpersonal Psychology
|Legal status||Non-profit organisation|
|Steven Schmitz (Co-President), David Lukoff (Co-President), Stuart Sovatsky (Co-President)|
|ATP Board of Directors|
The Association for Transpersonal Psychology is a membership supported organization in the field of transpersonal psychology, founded in 1972.  It grew out of the humanistic psychology and counterculture of the late 1960s. 
Current presidents are David Lukoff, Steven Schmitz and Stuart Sovatsky. Past presidents of the association include Alyce Green, James Fadiman, Frances Vaughan, Arthur Hastings, Daniel Goleman, Robert Frager, Ronald Jue, Jeanne Achterberg and Dwight Judy. 
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- Friedman, H (Editor), Hartelius. H (Editor) (2013) The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Transpersonal Psychology. 738 pages, Wiley-Blackwell
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