Sunday, March 18th 2018

ISSN 1757-7993


Welcome to Contemporary Psychotherapy. With the professional community of psychotherapists and counsellors in mind, Contemporary Psychotherapy aims to be progressive, inquiring and creative, to encourage interactive debate with its international readership and to address rather than avoid the possibly contentious.

Volume 9 No 2 Winter 2017


Editorial Beth Glanville
Is psychotherapy getting rid of itself? Werner Kierski
Re-kindling the inner flame Sophia Prevezanou
Anorexia nervosa and the implications for treatment Ruth Millman
Empathic portrayal or intrusive spectacle? Susan Carr
Is it time for an ethics app? Peter Jenkins


Political contributions of Jungian psychology Natalie Clarke
Psychotherapy, ethics and the law Ben Scanlan
Upping your Ziggy Beth Glanville
Beyond doer and done to Brad McLean
The Mother in Psychoanalysis and Beyond Helen Hazell-English




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