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Group Analysis and Racialisation

  • 25th Jul 2016
  • Dr Farhad Dalal

In this exclusive interview, Sue Einhorn talks to Dr Farhad Dalal on Group Analysis and Racialisation. Farhad has been attending to the themes of discrimination and equality for much of his career. He has published three books to date. His first, Taking the Group Seriously argues against individualism and for the relational nature of human life. His second book Race, Colour and the Processes of Racialization focuses on the causes of the hatred of Others in general and racism in particular. His latest book Thought Paralysis: The Virtues of Discrimination, is a constructive critique of the Equality movements.

Professor Jessica Benjamin on Intersubjectivity

  • 10th May 2016
  • Professor Jessica Benjamin

In this exclusive interview we talk to Professor Jessica Benjamin on Intersubjectivity. Professor Benjamin is one of the world's leading developers and pioneers of Relational Psychoanalysis.

Losing trust in the world: Humiliation and its consequences

  • 15th Apr 2016
  • Phil Leask

The author identifies acts of humiliation as a specific and often traumatic way of exercising power, with a set of consistently occurring elements and predictable consequences, including a loss of the ability to trust others. It is argued that these consequences are serious and long-lasting. The article makes a distinction between ‘shame’ as a state of mind and ‘humiliation’ as an act perpetrated against a person or group. The interplay between humiliation and shame after a humiliating act is discussed. It is argued that the patient’s recovery of the capacity to resume a relatively normal life is made more likely if the therapist acknowledges...

Exclusive interview: Dr David Wexler on men and shame

  • 26th Nov 2015
  • Dr David Wexler

Current UK statistics show that both prison and suicide rates for men are high. Young men are falling behind in secondary education and porn addiction is described as a 21st century epidemic. Dr Jan Mojsa talks to Dr David Wexler about what may be one of the main contributing factors to this, shame.

Infidelity: From promise to promiscuity

  • 27th Oct 2015
  • Margaret Ramage

There are so many paths to unfaithfulness. Emotional cheating, affairs, porn. What makes a person cheat and how to do couples deal with the ramifications? We speak to Margaret Ramage, one of the UK's leading experts on infidelity to help us understand more.

Psychotherapy Excellence and Routledge reach agreement

  • 7th Jul 2015
  • Psychotherapy Excellence

We are delighted to announce that Psychotherapy Excellence and Routledge, the largest publisher of psychotherapy and counselling research publications globally, have reached an agreement to trial academic access for the profession.

Book review: The Psyche in the Modern World - Psychotherapy and Society

  • 6th Jul 2015
  • Tom Warnecke

Tracy Jarvis interviews Tom Warnecke about a new book that aims to open consulting room doors and establish new connections between psychotherapy and society. Tom identifies the main dychotomies that keep psychotherapy in the margins of society - dychotomies the psychotherapy profession needs to address to achieve better visibility and influence both in public and interdisciplinary space.

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