AAP provides resources for people to cultivate peace and purpose.
Our mission is to advance the theory and practice of psychosynthesis to benefit individuals and society.
Dedicated to the evolution of wholeness and spiritual integration world-wide, The Association for the Advancement of Psychosynthesis was established in 1995. It is the first professional psychosynthesis organization in North America and is open to all who are interested in supporting its evolution.
We are therapists, coaches, teachers and artists who utilize psychosynthesis in professional contexts, as well as people interested in personal and spiritual development who utilize psychosynthesis principles and techniques to support wholeness.
Roberto Assagioli (1888-1974), a physician and pioneer of psychoanalytic theory in Italy, formulated a transpersonal theory of the psyche from his study of psychology and of the spiritual practices in many cultures. He named it Psychosynthesis. His life and work has a wholeness offered to all who wish to learn. His inner wholeness radiated a joyful presence and dynamic serenity from which wisdom pours. This bold innovator lived to see his ideas take form in hundreds of articles, books, in many languages, students in numerous countries, a body of theory rich with new implications and consequences, and centers continuing to develop his work world-wide.
At the heart of Psychosynthesis is a continually evolving perspective of psychosynthesis principles and practices. AAP intends to maintain its place on the edge of this evolution in form.
We invite you to join us.
AAP is dedicated to furthering the awareness, application, and integration of psychosynthesis toward a vision of:
You may wish to work with a team on one of the AAP committees. These include:
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