Louis Hoffman, PhD, is a leading contemporary vocie in existential-humanistic psychology and therapy. He is a licensed psychologist practicing in Colorado Springs, CO and a faculty member at Saybrook Univeristy, where is also the coordinator of the Existential, Humanistic, and Transpersonal Psychology specialization.
Dr. Hoffman is co-founder of the International Institute of Existential-Humanistic Psychology and the International Conference on Existential Psychology. He also regularly travels to China where he teaches a certificate program in existential therapy with Mark Yang offered through the China Institute of Psychotherapy. Additionally, Dr. Hoffman is an adjunct faculty member with the Existential Humanistic Institute in San Francisco, CA.
An avid writer and scholar, Dr. Hoffman has over 15 books to his credit, including Existential Psychology East-West (Volume 1 & 2). He also also published over 100 articles and book chapters, including contributions to a number of seminal volumes on existential and humanistic psychology, including The Wiley World Handbook of Existential Therapy by van Deurzen, Craig, Längle, Schneider, Tatum, and du Plock, Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy: Guideposts to the Core of Practice by Schneider, and The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology (2nd Edition) by Schneider, Pierson, and Bugental. He was also an invited speaker and served on the Scientific Organizing Committee for the World Congress of Existential Therapy. Dr. Hoffman serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, The Humanistic Psychologist, and Janus Head.
Dr. Hoffman is a past president and fellow of the Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32 of American Psychological Association) and current present of the Rocky Mountain Humanistic Counseling and Psychological Association. He is also fellow of the American Psychological Association, the Society for General Psychology (APA Division 1), the Society for the Psychology of Creativity, Aesthetics, and the Arts (APA Division 10), the Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (APA Division 36), and Division 52 of the APA (International Psychology).