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The Section and its publication, Psychotherapy Section Review, is the main forum within the Society for psychologists and others who share an interest in psychotherapeutic psychology. It is concerned with the relationship between psychotherapy and psychology, and seeks to further an understanding of how social and cultural factors have a bearing upon psychotherapeutic theory and practice.
Letter from the Editor
Letter from the Chair
Systems theory, family attachments and processes of triangulation: Does the concept of triangulation offer a useful bridge?
Professor Rudi Dallos
How a group self-care programme developed into a highly effective Primary Care Mental Health & Wellbeing Service
Dr Ian Walton & Ms Lisa Hall
An interview with Dr Pat Crittenden
Cracked: Why psychiatry is doing more harm than good
By Dr James Davies
Reviewed by Holly Rose
Experiences in using - and not using - Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis in psychotherapy-related research: PsyPAG Psychotherapy Section Symposium July 2012
The advantages and challenges in using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis in an exploration of therapists' personal bereavement and its impact upon their therapeutic practice
Jeanne R. Broadbent
An exploratory study investigating sex offenders' understanding of the developing relationship with the child as a precursor to abuse
Making sense of being stalked: Women's constructions of their stalking experiences
Question and Answer Session following the PsyPAG Psychotherapy Section symposium
Series: Psychotherapy Section Review