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John Rowan (psychologist) was born on 31 March, 1925 in Ford, Wiltshire, United Kingdom, is an author. Discover John Rowan (psychologist)’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 93 years old?

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Age 93 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 31 March 1925
Birthday 31 March
Birthplace Ford, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Date of death (2018-05-26) London
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Nationality United Kingdom

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In 2006, he was awarded a Ph.D in transpersonal psychology from Middlesex University.


On the closure of this institute four years later, he joined the Minster Centre, where he worked for ten years. Whilst there he trained psychotherapists, lead seminars, experiential training groups and supervision groups. He left the Centre in 2004, and worked in private practice, as well as provided master classes and workshops.


In 1989, Rowan co-founded the Serpent Institute with Jocelyn Chaplin. Both taught humanistic and psychodynamic theories and practices.


In 1980, Rowan helped to found the Association for Humanistic Psychology Practitioners, later to be known as the UK Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners.


In 1978, he helped to found, with Giora Doron, the Hampstead-based Institute of Psychotherapy and Social Studies.

During 1978, Rowan became interested in Primal Integration, training with this movement’s founder Bill Swartley. Rowan then offered this therapy as part of his practice.

Rowan and his wife Sue lived in North Chingford, London. He had four children and four grandchildren from a previous marriage that ended in divorce in 1978.


In 1976, he published Ordinary Ecstasy. This work is a summary and guide to all the branches of Humanistic psychology. He also helped to produce the radical men’s magazine Achilles Heel.


In 1975, he studied co-counselling, and practiced this method for five years. He later became a teacher of the Barefoot Psychoanalyst model.


From 1970–79, Rowan studied with a variety of practitioners including John Adams, James Elliott, Bernard Gunther, Paul Lowe, Elizabeth Mintz, Al and Diane Pesso, John Pierrakos, Will Schutz, Julian Silverman, Jay Stattman, and Denny Yuson.


In 1969, he began his group work by co-leading workshops in a pioneering group called B Now which ran from his home in Finchley, north London. In the same year Rowan joined the Association for Humanistic Psychology (AHP), which he would eventually chair. During 1971, he co-led groups at Centre 42 in Kensington, and then later in 1972 at the Kaleidoscope Centre in Swiss Cottage.


In 1950, he became involved in the work of the Walsby Association on systematic ideology. He lived and worked with Harold Walsby in 1950, and in 1951 joined the Socialist Party of Great Britain (SPGB) in order to learn the rudiments of Marxism. He became the editor of the SPGB’s internal journal, Forum but left the Party over the Turner Controversy.

In the 1950s, Rowan gained a London University diploma in sociology, and was awarded a joint honours degree in philosophy and psychology from Birkbeck College.


When he reached the age of eighteen in 1943, Rowan was called up to serve in the British Army. Part of his service during the Second World War was in India, where he gained formative experiences.


During childhood, Rowan went to a number of different schools as a consequence of his father’s career in the British Royal Air Force. One such was King’s School, Chester, where he was in the class of 1939.


John Rowan (31 March 1925 – 26 May 2018) was an English author, counsellor, psychotherapist and clinical supervisor, known for being one of the pioneers of humanistic psychology and integrative psychotherapy. He worked in exploring transpersonal psychology, and wrote about the concept of subpersonality.

Rowan was born in Wiltshire on 31 March 1925. He started his life at the Old Sarum Airfield, Salisbury where his father was a squadron leader in the British Royal Air Force. Consequently, his childhood was spent in a number of different air force stations. Whilst the family was in Cairo, his brother was born in a taxi.