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Copy of The William Schultz's theory
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William Schutz was an American psychologist born in Chicago, Illinois on December 19, 1925. He died at the age of 77 on November 9, 2002 in Muir Beach, California. He received his Ph.D. in the 1950s. At the University of Chicago's Counseling Center, he was among a peer group that consisted of several psychological greats such as Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow (Spiritus-Temporis.com, 2004). He taught at several prestigious universities like Harvard University, University of California, Berkeley, and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and was the chairman of the holistic studies department at Antioch University until 1983 (Spiritus-Temporis.com, 2004).
The William Schultz's theory