Volume 7, Number 3: September 2012
This issue features prominent scholars whose work has appeared in previous issues of JITP and also introduces several new scholar-practitioners. There is a strong global feel to the issue with authors coming from Australia, Canada, England, Japan, the Netherlands, South Africa, South Korea, and the United States. In terms of content, the articles range from theory building to introducing new practices, and from applied examples to disciplinary reflections.
Volume 7, Number 2: June 2012
Integral Religious Studies
This issue builds on JITP’s inaugural Integral Spirituality issue (Vol. 6, No. 1) while simultaneously launching the field of Integral Religious Studies.
Volume 7, Number 1: March 2012
This issue showcases work that is establishing new trajectories of theory building, further develops a key field of integral applications (namely, Integral Education), deepens the applied work of JITP's established authors, and provides a highly relevant book review. The issue opens with an eloquent argument for the necessity of wisdom studies, by Dr. Roger Walsh. The next two articles are by seasoned integral practitioners, David Zeitler and Kevin Bowman, who have done much to develop aspects of Integral Theory as well as apply it to their respective fields of psychotherapy and economics. Later, three authors explore Integral Theory’s utility in the field of education.
Volume 6, Number 4: December 2011
The field of healthcare and medicine is explored in this special issue of the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice. The issue opens with an eloquent argument for integrating the insights of Integral Methodological Pluralism with the principles of evidence-based medicine. Later, authors explore Integral Theory’s utility in the diagnosis and treatment of debilitating diseases such as breast cancer and chronic fatigue syndrome; the perspective and strength the AQAL model is lending to nursing; the evolving role the Integral framework is playing in recovery/addiction work; and, in a two-part article, the contours of an integral psychiatric treatment model. Rounding out the issue is a personal essay and reviews of integrally informed books by Annemarie Mol and Elliott Dacher.
Volume 6, Number 3: September 2011
Integral Theory Conference
This issue features standout presentations from the 2010 Integral Theory Conference (ITC). The 2010 ITC, like the inaugural conference in 2008, was a sold-out event with over 500 attendees from more than 30 countries.