Bernie Neville

Bernie Neville

Bernie Neville was introduced to counselling as an untrained school counsellor in the 1960s.  He soon discovered Carl Rogers and the person-centered approach and this has framed his approach to both education and counselling ever since. As a university teacher in both of these fields he has had a keen interest in applying Rogerian and Jungian thought to the practicalities of teaching and counselling. His previous books include Educating Psyche: Emotion, imagination and the unconscious in learning and Olympus Inc.: Intervening for cultural change in organizations. He is currently Professor of Holistic Counselling at the Phoenix Institute of Higher Education of Australia.

Books by Bernie Neville

The Life of Things: Therapy and the soul of the world

The Life of Things: Therapy and the soul of the world

ISBN 978 1 906254 46 9 (2012)

What would psychology look like if we took the planet seriously? Ecopsychologists are, on the whole, more interested in our relations with the earth than our relations with each other.  They find little inspiration in conventional psychology, and generally have little to say about individual…