The Journal of Psychological Therapies: Volume 4 Number 1

Editor : Maria Luca

The Journal of Psychological Therapies: Volume 4 Number 1

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The Journal of Psychological Therapies (formerly the Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology Reflections) is sponsored by Regent’s University London’s School of Psychotherapy. It is for all psychotherapists, counsellors, and mental health professionals who are interested in open debate and reflective thinking around the philosophy, theory, and practice of therapy and counselling.

CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

ARTICLES

The Analyst as ‘Boundary Artist’: How Does Winnicott’s Theoretical and Clinical Work Affect Our Perception of Boundaries in the Therapeutic Relationship? by Antoine Gordon

A Clinical Psychologist as a beginning Buddhist: A Personal Reflection on the Buddhist Path by George Lee

Revisiting Demeter and Persephone

Revisiting Demeter: Towards Reconceptualising Maternal Subjectivity and Erotics by Christina Moutsou and Ros Mayo

Revisiting Persephone: Towards Reconceptualising Female Subjectivity and Erotics by Christina Moutsou and Ros Mayo

A case study of a psychotherapist’s narrative account of significant relationship breakdown and the perceived impact on his clinical work by Karen Lubner and Maria Luca

Management of Deradicalisation in the UK: Reflections of a Clinical Psychologist by Feryad A Hussain

SHORT PAPERS

Resilience through an LGBT lens: growing up as a gay man and becoming a community leader by Ian M Adams

An Englishman in New York: Reflections on loneliness by Martin Milton

Writing that changes thinking: Paul Monette’s Becoming a man: Half a life story by Martin Milton

BOOK REVIEW

– Chessick, R. D. Apologia Pro Vita Mea: An Intellectual Odyssey. Abingdon: Routledge. 2018

Reviewed by Brett Kahr

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