International Journal of Existential Positive Psychology
The International Journal of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy is the official publication of the International Society for Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy. It is a peer-reviewed, full-text scholarly journal that provides fast, on-line publications as well as traditional, hard-copy publication of annuals.
The INPM's family of websites (meaning.ca, existentialpsychology.org, and inpm.org) are being revamped by Sunshine Coast Health Centre. In the meantime, the most current issue of IJEPP (Volume 6, Issue 1) will be available at Dr. Paul Wong's website.
About the International Journal of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy (IJEPP)
IJEPP is the official organ of the International Society for Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy (ISEPP). It is published online at http://journal.existentialpsychology.org and is accessible for free for its first year of publication. After that it will be available only to members of INPM/ISEPP and subscribers of IJEPP. Individual articles may be purchased online by non-members and non-subscribers. Once a year IJEPP publishes selected papers in hardcopy format.
The International Society for Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy (ISEPP) is the first professional division of the International Network on Personal Meaning (INPM).
The mission of ISEPP is to advance existential psychology and psychotherapy as one of the major forces within mainstream psychology.
Its objectives are to:
1. Promote the development of human sciences and the study of human experiences.
2. Provide a forum, through its journals and conferences, for the exchange and cross-fertilization or ideas.
3. Facilitate international cooperation and synergism.
4. Improve the human condition through the application of existential psychology and therapy.
5. Serve as an umbrella organization for the larger existential community.
The broad umbrella will encompass humanistic-existential psychology, existential-phenomenological psychology, logotherapy and existential analysis, integrative meaning-centred counselling, and various forms of narrative, social constructionist psychology and therapy.
Relationship to the International Network on Personal Meaning
ISEPP is a division of INPM until such time when it is strong enough to achieve an independent status, i.e., has its own charter, charitable status and elected officers. At that time, the ISEPP will remain a sister organization in partnership with INPM. For the time being, ISEPP will be managed by the existing Executive Committee and overseen seroquel to buy by the Official Board of INPM.