Suggested Reading

Association for the Advancement of Psychosynthesis (2011) Psychosynthesis in North America, Discovering Our History 1957-2010
Assagioli, Roberto (1965) Psychosynthesis: A Collection of Basic Writings
Assagioli, Roberto (1973) The Act of Will
Assagioli, Roberto (1988) Transpersonal Development: The Dimension Beyond Psychosynthesis
Assagioli, Roberto (1999) Psychosynthesis: A Manual of Principles and Techniques
Ferrucci, Piero (1982) What We May Be: Techniques for Psychological and Spiritual Growth through Psychosynthesis
Firman, John & Gila, Ann (2010) A Psychotherapy of Love
Firman, John & Gila, Ann (2002) A Psychology of the Spirit
Firman, John & Gila, Ann (1997) The Primal Wound: A Transpersonal View of Trauma, Addiction and Growth
Hardy, Jean (1987) A Psychology with a Soul: Psychosynthesis in Evolutionary Context
Palmer, Helen (2010) Psychosynthesis in the South Pacific: Ontological and epistemological considerations in the context of Aotearoa New Zealand. Available at
Parfitt, Will: Psychosynthesis (1990) The Elements of Psychosynthesis
Parfitt, Will: Psychosynthesis (1993) Psychosynthesis: The Elements and Beyond – Psychosynthesis in Theory and Practice
Parfitt, Will (2009) Psychosynthesis: New Perspectives and Creative Research
Sorrell, Stephanie (2011) Psychosynthesis Made Easy: A Psychospiritual Psychology for Today
Whitmore, Diana (1991) Psychosynthesis Counselling in Action
Whitmore, Diana (1986) Psychosynthesis in Education: A Guide to the Joy of Learning
Young Brown, Molly (1983) The Unfolding Self: Psychosynthesis and Counselling

“We have already been given everything we need; our task is to assemble and use it in the appropriate way. Nothing is meaningful as long as we perceive only separate fragments. But as soon as the fragments come together into a synthesis, a new entity emerges, whose nature we could not have foreseen by considering the fragments alone.”

      Piero Ferrucci, What We May Be (1982)


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