Howard Kirschenbaum

Howard Kirschenbaum

Professor Emeritus
Counseling & Human Development
EdD, Temple University (educational psychology)
MS, Temple University (education)
BA, New School for Social Research (literature)

Howard Kirschenbaum joined the faculty of the Warner School in 1997 and chaired the Department of Counseling and Human Development from 2000-06. He has taught secondary English and history; undergraduate and graduate courses in educational psychology, counseling and human relations; and education and psychology at Temple University, the New School for Social Research, and SUNY Brockport. He had given presentations and workshops around the U.S. and in 14 foreign countries.

Kirschenbaum is the author of 25 volumes on a variety of subjects and has been a national and international leader in the fields of values and character education, humanistic education, and Carl Rogers and the person-centered approach to counseling and psychotherapy. His books include the definitive biography, The Life and Work of Carl Rogers (American Counseling Assn., 2009), Values Clarification in Counseling and Psychotherapy (Oxford Univ. Press, 2013), Wad-Ja-Get? The Grading Game in American Education, 50th Anniversary Edition (Univ. of Michigan Press, 2020), and his newest work: Coming of Age in the Baby Boom: A Memoir of Personal Development, Social Action, Education Reform and Adirondack Preservation (Kindle Direct Publishing, 2020).   


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