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Psychotherapy Section Review No 51 Spring 2014

Psychotherapy Section Review No 51 Spring 2014

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Quick Overview

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. This issue is a special 50th Anniversary issue.


 

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Contents

Letter from the Editor
Terry Birchmore

Letter from the Chair
Ho Law

BPS Psychotherapy Section Committee Membership: 1988-2001

Memories of the Psychotherapy Section

Treasure Trove
Cassie Cooper

Psychotherapy Section memories
Dr Lucy Johnstone

My time in the Psychotherapy Section
John Rowan

Memories of the Psychotherapy Section in the 1990s
Professor Emmy van Deurzen

Psychotherapy Section memories
Jo-anne Carlyle & Ralph Goldstein

Papers

Psychotherapy and Politics: Uncomfortable bedfellows
The Midlands Psychology Group

Psychotherapy and Politics: Is there an alternative?
Nick Totton

The flawed nature of evidence-based psychotherapy
John Marzillier

The context of public service reform in the neo-liberal economies
Terry Birchmore

PsyPAG Section

Reflective and critical perspectives on using Interpretative Phenomenological analysis (IPA) in psychotherapy-related research. Papers from the PsyPAG Psychotherapy Section Symposium July 2013
Kate Doran, Sarah Watson, Cheryl Hunter, Mari Rautiainen & Tara Morrey

Question and Answer Session following the PsyPAG Psychotherapy Section Symposium July 2013
Tara Morrey, Sarah Watson & Cheryl Hunter. Facilitated by Kate Doran

Audience reflections on the PsyPAG Psychotherapy Section Symposium July 2013
Marta Wanat & Deborah Rodriguez

The innovative face of psychiatry: integrating chemical and talking therapies
John Mifsud and Joan Camilleri

Book Reviews

Anatomy of an Epidemic
By Robert Whitaker
Reviewed by Terry Birchmore

From Psychoanalysis to Group Analysis:  The Pioneering Work of Trigant Burrow
By Edi Pertegato & Giorgio Pertegato (Eds.)
Reviewed by Paul Coombe

From Psychoanalysis to Group Analysis:  The Pioneering Work of Trigant Burrow
By Edi Pertegato & Giorgio Pertegato (Eds.)
Reviewed by Kevin Power

Elements of Self Destruction
By Brent Potter
Reviewed by Clive Sims

Citations and abstracts from other journals
Terry Birchmore

Psychotherapy Section Committee Members

 

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