Lees, J. and Freshwater, D., 2006. Politics and psychotherapy in the context of healthcare. In: Totton, N., ed. The politics of psychotherapy: new perspectives. Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp. 121-131.
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|Additional Information:||This unique collection by leading authors explores the links between therapy and the political world and their contribution to each other. Topics covered include: Psychotherapy in the political sphere including the roots of conflict social trauma and ecopsychology Political dimensions of psychotherapy practice such as discrimination power sexuality and postcolonial issues Psychotherapy the state and institutions including the law and ethics and psychotherapy in healthcare Working at the interface examples of therapy in political action from Croatia the USA the UK and Israel/Palestine How to `place' political issues in therapy is highly controversial ' for example whether political themes should be interpreted psychologically in the consulting room or respected as valid in their own right: similar issues arise for the role of therapeutic insights in political reality. This book provides a map through these complex and demanding areas for therapists and counsellors in training as well as for experienced practitioners or other interested readers. Contributors: Lane Arye Arlene Audergon Emanuel Berman Sandra Bloom Jocelyn Chaplin Petruska Clarkson Chess Denman Dawn Freshwater Kate Gentile John Lees Renos Papadopoulos Hilary Prentice Mary-Jayne Rust Judy Ryde Andrew Samuels Nick Totton.|
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