The Humanistic Psychologist. 40(4):305–307, DECEMBER 2012
Issn Print: 0887-3267
Publication Date: December 2012
Introduction to the Special Section
Cheryl Fracasso;Stanley Krippner;
1Saybrook UniversityCheryl Fracasso, Ph.D., holds a Ph.D. in psychology from Saybrook University, a masters degree from Walden University, and a bachelors degree from the University of Washington. She serves as Faculty at University of Phoenix, and is an Editorial/Advisory Board Member for the NeuroQuantology journal, and Associate Managing Editor for the International Journal of Transpersonal Studies. She has published two continuing education training modules for psychologists with HealthForumOnline with co-author Harris Friedman in the fields of near-death experiences and energy medicine, and several articles in the field of near-death experiences. Her interests are in the fields of near-death experiences, spiritually transformative experiences, energy medicine, humanistic, existential, and transpersonal psychology, as well as electromagnetic hypersensitivity.Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., is professor of psychology at Saybrook University, and has served as president of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, the Association for Humanistic Psychology, the Parapsychological Association, and two divisions of the American Psychological Association. In 2002, he was the recipient of the American Psychological Association's Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology, and the Society of Psychological Hypnosis' Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Hypnosis. He was the 2003 recipient of the Ashley Montagu Peace Award, and has received lifetime achievement awards from the International Association for the Study of Dreams and the Parapsychological Association. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, and the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. In 1992, the Society for Humanistic Psychology presented him with the Charlotte and Carl Buhler Award for Inspired and Distinguished Leadership in Education and Research in Humanistic Psychology, and in 1998, the Association for Humanistic Society gave him the Pathfinder Award for Enduring Contributions to the Exploration and Expansion of Human Consciousness.
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