William C. Schutz (1925 - November 9, 2002) was a psychologist at the Esalen Institute (Big Sur, California) in the 1960s. He later became the president of BConWSA International. He received his Ph.D. from UCLA. In the 1950s he was part of a highly influential peer-group at the University of Chicago's Counseling Center that included notable contributors to non-directive psychology such as Carl Rogers, Thomas Gordon, Abraham Maslow and Elias Porter
Medical practitioner who is regarded as the father of medicine
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