Many years ago, I took a 10-day psychosynthesis training as part of a two-year intensive in mediation. The intensive was with Gary Friedman, and occasionally Jack Himmelstein (both of whom wrote a great—maybe the best—book on mediation). The psychosynthesis training was taught by Harry Sloan. Many years later I still remember much about those 10 days: what Harry said, the excercises in which we participated, the conversations between all of us.
And I had one session with Harry as my therapist. He was, by far, the best therapist I have ever visited. He taped the session, and I listened to it until the cassette disintegrated. Each time I heard something new. He was funny and stunningly insightful. He died not long after I left California; I left soon after that session.
So with the great respect and appreciation I have for him, I was very happy to see this lovely tribute to Harry Sloan. Even if you did not know him, I think you can be inspired by reading it.