Who Uses Intrapsychic Humanism?

Intrapsychic humanism is used by parents, mental health professionals, school teachers and counselors, social service program administrators, business consultants, and adults seeking self-improvement. The theory's clinical effectiveness was originally demonstrated in an innovative residential treatment program for severely emotionally disturbed teenage state wards (Pieper & Pieper, 1995), and has also been successfully applied in a broad range of clinical settings. These include residential treatment for homeless adults with severe mental illness, outpatient substance abuse programs, private and group psychotherapy practice, early childhood intervention programs, and hospitals. In addition, this theory has been applied in public and private school settings, in the business world, and in parenting education programs.