Personal Development

Questioning Psychology

Questioning Psychology: beyond theory and control

ISBN 9781910919484 - Available 3rd Oct, 2019

What gets in the way of our understanding other people? So asks psychologist Brian Levitt in this challenging and reflective book questioning much that is taken for granted in his profession. Levitt argues that we must keep questioning our training and beliefs if we…

Psychogeography and Psychotherapy

Psychogeography and Psychotherapy: connecting pathways

ISBN 9781910919477 - Publication date, 4th July 2019

‘Identity is tied to place. The environment is not the backdrop; it is woven through our identity.’ So writes Chris Rose in her introduction to this insightful collection on the mutually enriching relationship between psychogeography and psychotherapy. The book…

Our Encounters with Suicide

Our Encounters with Suicide

ISBN 978 1 906254 62 9

The ‘Our Encounters with…’ series collect together unmediated, unsanitised narratives by service-users, past service-users and carers and survivors. These stories of direct experience will be of great benefit to those interested in narrative enquiry, and to those…

Infinitely Beloved

Infinitely Beloved: A therapist explores divine intimacy

ISBN 978 1 906254 52 0 (2012)

This book is the outcome of lectures given by Brian Thorne in Salisbury Cathedral and St Julian’s church in Norwich. It gives powerful insights into the passionate commitment of a bridge-builder between the worlds of counselling and psychotherapy and mystical…

R.D.Laing

R.D.Laing: 50 years since The Divided Self

ISBN 978 1 906254 54 4 (2012)

First published in 1960, The Divided Self by Scottish psychiatrist R.D. Laing (1927–1989) set out to explain psychosis as an ordinary and understandable human experience. Laing’s insight was absolutely revolutionary in its humane approach. One commentator described…

Carl Rogers: The China Diary

Carl Rogers: The China Diary

ISBN 978 1 906254 50 6 (2012)

We are unable to supply this book to customers in the US. The US edition was published in Autumn 2013.

This diary, under the title "My Trip to China", was written by 20-year-old Carl Ransom Rogers during his six month journey to the Far East in 1922. This…