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Rollo May

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Transcript of Rollo May

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Rollo May
About:
Born: April 21, 1999 (Ada, Ohio)
Died: October 22, 1994 (Tiburon, California)
American existential psychologist
"the father of existential psychotherapy"
Zeitgeist:
1890s depression
changed partnerships and credits to modern corporation
1920s
200 larges corporations owned almost half of the nation's total corporate wealth
Led to a new era focusing on:
Efficiency
Performance
Welfare
Service
Late 1900s
Humanistic belief

Achievements and Accomplishments:
Studied at Michigan State
Graduated from Oberlin College
Taught English at Anatolia College
Received BD in 1938
Completed education at Columbia University in 1949
Earned a PhD in clinical psychology from Teachers College
Edited “Existence” with Ernest Angel and Henri Ellenberger
Founded the Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center

Major Theory:
Theory of Existentialism
Four Stages:
Innocence
Pre self-conscious stage
Rebellion
Childhood and adolescent stage
Ordinary
Normal adult stage
Creative
Existential stage
The End
Impact Of May's Theory:
American humanistic psychology
Promoted non-violent psychotheraphy
Established existential psychology
Existential Psychology:
Five parts:
Process and growth
Subject and object
Stress meaning in their lives
Insist reponsibility
Theories objectify people
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