What are the key similarities and differences that you discern between May and the European humanistic perspectives about the individual and connection to others?

Many of his colleagues considered Rollo May the father of American existential psychology. What are the key similarities and differences that you discern between May and the European humanistic perspectives about the individual and connection to others? What makes these significant?

Supportive Reading Below:

Read Chapters 33 and 36.

URL:

http://gcumedia.com/digital-resources/sage/2014/the-handbook-of-humanistic-psychology_theory-research-and-practice_ebook_2e.php

Read:

Craig, E. (2008). A brief overview of existential depth psychotherapy. Humanistic Psychologist, 36(3/4), 211–226.

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Read:

Tratter, A. M. D. (2013). Heidegger’s beck and call: A commentary. Humanistic Psychologist, 41(3), 256–260.

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Read:

Keddy, P. (2011). My Experience with psychotherapy, existential analysis, and Jungian analysis: Rollo May and beyond. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67(8), 806–817.

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