In 1986, I was accredited as a Humanistic Psychotherapist by the UK Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners (AHPP) from between 1987 to about 2007. Through that accreditation, I became registered with the UKCP as a Humanistic Psychotherapist.
Even though we have now parted company, I still resonate to much of the Humanistic mode of Psychotherapy, but I am not exclusively a 'humanistic' psychotherapist. For some more general information about Humanistic Psychology, please click here and here.
In the early 2000s, I tried to encourage the formation of a revised version of the European Association for Humanistic Psychology, but after some initial enthusiasm, nothing much happened. Humanistic Psychology and/or Psychotherapy is still not represented in the EAP (which is a great pity) but this can now be someone else's task.
I have written several articles on Humanistic Psychotherapy in the AHP's journal, "Self & Society" and also a chapter in a book on "Humanistic Approach to Psychotherapy" edited by Eric Whitton.