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Psychotherapy Section Review No 54 Spring 2015

Psychotherapy Section Review No 54 Spring 2015

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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
Terry Birchmore

Letter from the Chair
Ho Law

Looking ahead at future plans for CPD
Steve Heigham

Obituary: David Smail - Exponent of a social-materialist psychology and clinical psychology's Voltaire
The Midlands Psychology Group, with Julia Faulconbridge & Jim Meikle

Changing the Self: The affective plot in literary narratives 
David Smail

The fictional nature of introspection
Simon King-Spooner

Siblings: An exploration - Short reviews of a Psychotherapy Section Workshop
Terry Birchmore, Erica Brostoff, Zara Rahemtulla & Steve Heigham

Listen to the Group! Group music therapy - a part of the music therapy students' training at Aalborg University
Charlotte Lindvang

Negative capability: A phenomenological study of lived experiences at the edge of certitude and incertitude
Anil Behal

The language of resistance in a counselling group: Dynamics of authority and power
Phey Ling Kit, Shyh Shin Wong, Vilma D'Rozario & Rhodas Myra Bacsal

Individual transformations in groups: The role of focal person in periods of archetypal paradoxes
Anil Behal

Citations and abstracts from other journals
Terry Birchmore

Books available for review
Terry Birchmore

Current Committee Membership, 2015


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