Towards a Radical Psychotherapy
Forthcoming in the Journal of Existential Analysis, 2017
 
This article considers the way in which perceptions of the 'other' change with the socio-cultural environments that encompass our experiences. I argue that when we facilitate change in the way that a person experiences the world, we are acting both politically and from a radical perspective.
 
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The Liberation Psychologist: A Tribute to Jean-Paul Sartre
Chapter 7 in “Psychotherapy and the Counter-tradition: The Edge of Philosophy",
M. Bazzano and J. Webb (Eds), Routledge, London, March 2016

In this paper I describe how Jean-Paul Sartre’s unswerving commitment to non-conformism and to the cause of the disadvantaged is linked to an existential philosophy that can provide the foundations for a coherent and practical psychotherapeutic approach. 
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Sexual Expression, Authenticity and Bad Faith​
Chapter 4 in "Sexuality: Existential Perspectives",
M.Milton (ed); PCCS Books, London, 2014

In this chapter I draw on a number of existential themes to create a view of sexual expression that understands both sexual activity and sexuality as part of an underlying and fundamental consequence of our relations with others; relations that are played out through a dialectical process, not only at the intra and inter-personal levels, but also at the social and cultural.
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My email address: richard@the-quiet-space.co.uk.