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The International Journal of Transpersonal Studies (IJTS) is a semi-annual peer-reviewed academic journal publishing on topics in transpersonal psychology and related fields. Transpersonal psychology can be understood as a transformative psychology of the whole person in intimate relationship with a diverse, interconnected, and evolving world. The journal also addresses transpersonal approaches to sociology, anthropology, medicine, psychiatry, psychotherapy, education, leadership, feminism, culturally-situated psychologies, world religions, and spirituality, among others.
IJTS is read in over 170 countries, papers are published with doi numbers, and the impact factor for the journal is 0.23 for 2016.
The journal is sponsored by the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS), a university internationally recognized as a leader in integral and transpersonal education, research, and scholarship. The journal has been in print since 1981, and its readership is reflected in more than 40,000 article downloads per year.
Upcoming Special Topics:
Integral and Transpersonal Education — 2018 Heidi Fraser-Hagemann email@example.com
Transpersonal Sexuality — 2018 Marie Thouin firstname.lastname@example.org
Spiritual Awakening — 2018 Kelly Kilrea email@example.com
Myth, Dream and Imagination — 2019 Helena Daly firstname.lastname@example.org
Participatory Research — 2020 Olga Sohmer email@example.com
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 36, Issue 2 (2017)
Special Topic Introduction
Special Topic Articles
Spiritual Emergency: The Understanding and Treatment of Transpersonal Crises
Christina Grof and Stanislav Grof
Psychosis or Spiritual Emergency: The Potential of Developmental Psychopathology for Differential Diagnosis
Kevin O. St. Arnaud and Damien C. Cormier
Special Topic 2 Introduction
Introduction to the Special Topic Section: The Taylor-Hartelius Debate on Psychology and Spirituality
Brian Les Lancaster and Harris L. Friedman