Integral Psychotherapy presents psychological healing and growth are seen as part of a larger, holistic, spiritual unfolding.
Aurobindonian and Wilberian definitions
Integral Psychotherapy is a term that has been developed independently by both by practicing psychologists and psychotherapists who are also students of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother (such as Brant Cortright, Alok Pandey, and Soumitra Basu) and by Ken Wilber and the Integral Institute. It is therefore used in two different contexts, although both within the context of integral thought: referring either to the synthesis of western psychology and psychotherapy with the teachings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, or to the application of Wilberian Integral theory to psychotheraphy and personal development.
- Integral Psychotherapy - Brant Cortright
- A Report on the Second International Conference on Integral Psychology
- Integral Psychotherapy NY - a network of practitioners who have joined to offer a variety of services as described by Ken Wilber
- Brant Cortright, Integral Psychotherapy, Yoga, Growth, and Opening the Heart, SUNY series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology, 2007. Hardcover ISBN 0-7914-7071-7 ; Paperback ISBN 0-7914-7072-5