#441 – Psychosynthesis: Past, Present and Future with Molly Young Brown



Molly Young Brown, MA, M.Div. brings a dynamic blend of psychosynthesis, ecopsychology, and Deep Ecology to her writing, counseling, teaching, and workshops. She is author of two major books on psychosynthesis: Unfolding Self: The Practice of Psychosynthesis and Growing Whole: Self-realization for the Great Turning and has taught at psychosynthesis centers in the US, Canada, Europe and New Zealand. Molly and Joanna Macy, recently co-authored a new edition of Coming Back to Life: The Updated Guide to the Work That Reconnects.

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One Comment

  1. Dr. Michael Ocana
    Posted February 11, 2015 at 8:06 pm | Permalink

    As to the question what became of psychosynthesis… I have come across new versions of this approach in Internal Family Systems Theory and the approaches espoused by Dr. Daniel Siegel’s Mindsight as well as the approach of your recent guest Bonnie Badenoch. The idea of sub personalities as part of normal psychology seems to be catching on. I first came across psychosynthesis when investigating Dissociative Identity Disorder. I wonder if the controversial nature of this condition may have done a fair amount to reduce the popularity of the approach. My recent experimentation with the Internal Family Systems approach has convinced me of the merits of this conceptualization.

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