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Back Issues List: The Last 20 Years (1996-2016)

From 1996-2003, the International Journal of Psychotherapy was published by Carfax, which was then taken over by Routledge: Taylor & Francis. Since 2005, it has been published independently by the European Association of Psychotherapy.
We have recently obtained access to the PDF files of the early issues (Vols. 1 - 8) and w
e will be making all these articles and issues from 1996-2004 available via the Catalogue: so we will then have the complete IJP archive available on PDF files.
W
e also have some printed copies of certain 'back issues' available from 2005: see the "Back Issues" page hereHowever, printed copies of these early back issues (and any out-of-stock printed back issues since then) are also available from PSC Ltd: here.


Volume 1, Number 1, June 1996
Forward: Aims and objectives of International Journal of Psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson & Alfred Pritz
Editorial: Psychotherapy at the Crossroads: Heward Wilkinson
The future of psychotherapy in Europe: Emmy van Deurzen-Smith
Critical issues confronting the profession of psychotherapy: now and into the new millennium: Carl Goldberg
Group leaders: charisma and possible dangers in religious congregations, political movements and psychotherapy schools: Raymond Battegay
From the‘discomfort of civilisation’ to creative adjustment: the relationship between individual and community in psychotherapy in the third millennium: Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb, Giovanni Salonia& Antonio Sichera
Testing a rational emotive behaviour therapy theory: the effects of rational beliefs, irrational beliefs, and their control or certainty contents on the functionality of inferences – II. In a personal context. Frank W. Bond & Windy Dryden
The politics of transformation / the transformation of politics: Andrew Samuels
True dialogue requires the appreciation of difference: Ken Evans
The structure and formation of national umbrella organisations in psychotherapy: Digby Tantam
20th century psychotherapy: a plea for methodically reading the human being: W. J. Maas

Volume 2, Number 1, May 1997
Editorial: New wine and old wineskins: Heward Wilkinson
‘The sins of the fathers …’: human sacrifice and the inter- and trans-generational neurosis / psychosis: James S. Grotstein
Embodiment in the therapeutic relationship: main speech at the First Congress of the World Council of Psychotherapy, Vienna, 1-5 July 1996: David Boadella
Awakening sensibility: recovering motility: Psycho-phuysical synthesis at the foundations of body-psychotherapy: the 100-year legacy of Pierre Janet (1859-1947): David Boadella
Quasi-family: quasi-psychotherapy: 5 years of living together, black and white, in South Africa: Len Bloom
The healing context and efficacy in psychotherapy: psychotherapy and the placebo phenomenon: Tor-Johan Ekeland
Opening address by the EAP President to the 1st World Council of Psychotherapy Congress 1996: Riccardo Zerbetto
Developing a European Certificate of Psychotherapy: Emmy van Deurzen & Digby Tantam
Psychotherapy and democracy: Michael Pokorny & Alexandra Fanning 

Volume 2, Number 2, November 1997
Editorial: Where the wild wind blows: Heward Wilkinson
A response to the challenges to ‘The sins of the fathers …”: James S. Grotstein
The Scale of Responses: Emotions and the mood in context: Hazel Guest & Ian Marshall
The lived experience of change in psychotherapy: client and therapist perspectives: G. Straker & R. Becker
Chautauqua Institution Lecture: the responsibilities of virtue: Carl Goldberg
Assessment of spiritual quests in clinical practice: Andrés G. Niño
Sophia-Analysis: therapeutic approach and anthropological sciences: Denis Chatelain
The state of psychotherapy in Moscow: Alexander Sosland 

Volume 3, Number 1, March 1998
Editorial: Identity and diversity in psychotherapy – will too many fishes break the net? Heward Wilkinson
On love: 1: The myth: unveiling and essence: Michael Lukas Moeller
Essence and ground: towards the understanding of spirituality in psychotherapy: David Boadella
The alchemist’s nightmare: gold into lead – the annexation of psychotherapy in the UK: Denis Postle
Group psychotherapy in schizophrenic patients: M.M. Muchnik & E.M. Raizman

Volume 3, Number 2, July 1998
Editorial: Survival, communication and excommunication in psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
Money and psychotherapy: object, metaphor or dream: Jeremy Holmes
An integrative model for brief term intervention in the treatment of psychological trauma: G.T. Eagle
Phenomenological causality: and why we avoid examining the nature of causality in psychotherapy: a dialogue: Heward Wilkinson
Stereotypes of psychotherapists: a content-analytical study of medical and psychology students: Kirsten von Sydow, Tanja Henning & Christian Reimer

Volume 3, Number 3, November 1998
Editorial: War and peace, and sheer confusion: Heward Wilkinson
The indifference of psychoanalytic practice to social and moral responsibility: Carl Goldberg
Attunement and involvement: The therapeutic responses to relational need: Richard G. Erskine
Linking: its place in therapy: John Rowan
Clinical psychology, psychotherapy and mental health: contemporary issues and future dilemmas: Luis Botella
Alchemy, daydreams and fictions: psychotherapy in Britain today: Michael R. Pokorny
Psycho-sociological analysis as a basic tool for social change: Luigi De Marchi
The Sophia University of Rome and the European Union: Alfio Milazzo 

Volume 4, Number 1, March 1999
Editorial: Vision; hallucination; the natire and goals of change in psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
Being together in the therapeutic relationship in schizophrenia: Daniel Dorman & Catherine Penney
Anthropology, psychoanalysis, psychosis and the self: an interview with paul Williams: Anthony Molino
Schizophrenic process: the emergence of consciousness in recent history and phenomenological causality: the significance ofor psychotherapy of Julian Jaynes: Heward Wilkinson
Change: what is at stake? Norbert Apter
Sophia-Analysis and the existential unconscious: Ombretta Ciapini Bonvecchi

Volume 4, Number 2, July 1999
Editorial: Psychotherapy, fascism and constitutional history: Heward Wilkinson
On harvesting diversities into a dynamic directedness: Thomas Slunecko
The dynamics of prejudice in central Europe: John T. Salvendy
Quality assurance in psychotherapy and counselling: Chahid Fourali
Successful psychotherapy of schizophrenia: patient and therapist look at a process: Daniel Dorman
Psychotherapy and the law: Annabell Bell-Boulé
Therapeutic experience of ‘diversified task-oriented psychotherapy’ in Japan: Hisao Watanabe
Homosexuality and paranoia: M.M. Muchnik & E.M. Raizman
Psychotherapy in Europe: Michel Meignant
Human rights and psychotherapy: Francois-Henri Briard
Response to Michael Pokorny: Denis Postle

Volume 4, Number 3, November 1999
Editorial: Doctrinal change in psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
Transference, politics and narcissism: David Boadella
Pluralism as scientific method in psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
Psychoanalysis and moral apathy: the case of the unpatriotic prostitute: Carl Goldberg

Volume 5, Number 1, March 2000
Editorial: Method in our madness, or madness in our method? The many faces of psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
A constructivist attempts to talk to the field: Geoff Heath
Supervising across difference: Judy Ryde
Meditation: concepts, effects and use in therapy: Alberto Perez-de-Albeniz & Jeremy Holmes
Post-modern forms of subjectivity: Marion Minerbo& Latife Yazigi 

Volume 5, Number 2, July 2000
Editorial: To know or not to know: science, beliefs and values in psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
Research ethics: John Rowan
The scientific ‘what!’ of psychotherapy: psychotherapy is a craft, not a science! Courtenay Young & Michael Heller
The metaphysical and philosophical dilemmas of psychoanalysis: Carl Goldberg
Body psychotherapy, trauma and the black woman client: Joanne Ablack
An inspired resurrection of Freudian drive theory: but does Nick Tooton’s Reichian‘bodymind’ concept supersede Cartesian dualism? Heward Wilkinson
Psychodrama and the war: therapists’ dilemmas and challenges in work with an experiential-educational psychodrama group: Vladimir Milosevic

Volume 5, Number 3, November 2000
Editorial: Psychotherapy as criticism; criticism as politics: Heward Wilkinson
Reconsidering communicative psychoanalysis: Piers Myers
The self, the field and the either-or: John Rowan
Will the real Freud please stand up? The distribution of power between the unconscious and the preconscious according to the ‘Traumdeutung’: Andries Gouwes
Diagnosis as care – diagnosis as politics: Andreas Wehowsky 

Volume 6, Number 3, November 2001
Editorial: The fragility of identity, and the tenacity of the processes, in Psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
Is there consciousness outside the Ego?: Kenneth Newman
Therapy as an alchemical process: John Rowan
Shifting paradigms—psychotherapy, neuroscience, and a changing world: the Seventh Professional Conference of the UK Council for Psychotherapy: Aaron Balick
Chinese style psychoanalysis—assessment and treatment of paraphilias: exhibitionism, frotteurism, voyeurism, and fetishism: Yuci Tan, Youbin Zhong 

Volume 7, Number 1, March 2002
Editorial: The power and danger of pluralism in psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
Philosophy and psychotherapy: conflict or co-operation?: Geoff Heath
Retrieving a posthumous text-message; Nietzsche's fall: the significance of the disputed asylum writing, My Sister and I: Heward Wilkinson
A clinician's response to physical touch in the psychoanalytic setting: Ellen L.K. Toronto
Power, knowledge and resistance in therapy: exploring links between discourse and materiality: Michael Guilfoyle
The position of women in psychotherapy: Cornelia Krause-Girth 

Volume 7, Number 2, July 2002
Explaining Psychotherapy and Psychotherapeutic Explanation: Heward Wilkinson
Psychoanalysis, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and the dialectics of self-examination: Carl Goldberg
Trauma and disconnection: a trans-theoretical approach: G. Straker, D. Watson & T. Robinson
The humorous gaze: psychotherapy, the Internet and daily life: Rose Friedler
Reasons and psychological explanation: Digby Tantam 

Volume 7, Number 3, November 2002
Pluralism and the basis of freewill in psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
Does a theory of mind matter? The myth of totalitarian scientism: Geoff Heath
The psychodynamics of the ECF-Nexus: monasticism and psychospeciation in Western Europe, ca. 500-1500 C.E.: Paul Ziolo
Imperatives and perspectives of psychotherapy integration: John Nuttall
The mortal storm: righteousness and compassion in moral conflict: Carl Goldberg 

Volume 8, Number 1, March 2003
Editorial: Developments in the International Journal of Psychotherapy: Heward Wilkinson
The Autonomy of Psychotherapy--Why psychotherapy can be subordinate neither to psychology nor psychiatry: Heward Wilkinson
Philosophy of Science? Epistemological category errors in psychotherapy discourse: Petruska Clarkson
The Human Being: J.L. Moreno's vision in psychodrama: Norbert Apter
Soul without skin, bones with no flesh: bodily aspects of the self in the treatment of women patients with restrictive anorexic eating patterns: Yorai Sella
Depressed women in psychotherapy: the nature and persistence of change: Suzanna Lundblad
Review Article: 'Impossible meeting: too strange to each other for misunderstanding', Darlene Bregman Ehrenberg's The Intimate Edge: Heward Wilkinson

Volume 8, Number 2,  July 2003
Editorial: Psychotherapy and its cultural base: Heward Wilkinson
Suffering and Personal Agency: Carl Goldberg and Virginia Crespo
Trauma post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and the case of Vincent Van Gogh: Hanna Hyams
Gender and the Gaze: A cultural and psychological review: Alison M Heru
Music psychotherapy in groups with acute psychotic patients: Teresa Leite
The evolution of psychotherapy in Western Europe.  Serge Ginger
Female brains vs. male brains: Serge Ginger
Review Article: Psychoanalysis as finite, psychoanalysis as infinite? Psychoanalysis' religious potential: Heward Wilkinson

Volume 8, Number 3,  November 2003
Editorial : Endings, partings and new beginnings: Heward Wilkinson
The adulterous minister: a clinical examination of moral responsibility: Carl Goldberg
Art Therapy as an approach for working with schizophrenic patients: Virginia Crespo
Psychotherapy and ‘ethical sensibility’: towards a history of criticism: Derek Hook
Psychotropic agents in psychotherapy - the subjective meaning of medication in different levels of self /object differentiation (neurosis, borderline, psychosis): L. Goetzmann, M. Holzapfer & A. Toygar
Psycho Organic Analysis: Richard Blaumer
Psychotherapy as a profession – the Italian model: Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb
Review Article: The Shadow of Freud: Is Daniel Stern still a psychoanalyst? The crerative tension between the present and the past in psychoanalytic and existential psychotherapies in Daniel Stern’s The Present Moment and his humanistic-existential partners in dialogue: Heward Wilkinson 


From 2005 onwards, the International Journal of Psychotherapy has been published independently by the European Association of Psychotherapy (EAP). All the following articles and issues are available as PDF files from our CATALOGUE (left-hand sidebar).
Some issues are also still available as printed back copies: see CATALOGUE 
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Volume 9, Number 1,  March 2005
Gender, health & psychotherapy – Arguments for psychotherapy that is gender-sensitive and health-promoting: Cornelia Kraus-Girth
Psychotherapy and counselling: Jerzy Aleksandrowicz
Psychotherapia I poradnictwo (counselling): Jerzy Aleksandrowicz
Levels and phases in the group process: Peter Kutter
Connection between psychotherapeutic relationships, dreams and inner experience of gender identity in male clients: Sandra Stankovic
A case of hysterical impotence and anesthesia: Tom Ormay
The group and its leader: Dr Zoran Duric
The role of psychoanalytic treatment research in psychoanalytic training: Horst Kächele
Exploring whiteness, trauma and psychotherapy: Bernadette Hawkes

Volume 9, Number 2,  July 2005
The role of emotional trauma in Neurosis, part 1: Theory: Joaquin Sousa-Poza
Emotional Communication/Affective Interaction over the Group-Analytic Process: Mario David
A Communicaçäo Afectiva/Emocional no Processo Grupanalitico: Mario David
Psychotherapy of psychosis: group setting and communicative approach: R.Di Rubbo, E. Sogara, & S. Pallanti
Psicoterapia della psicosi: setting di gruppo e approccio communicativo: R. Di Rubbo, E. Sogara, &S. Pallanti
The effect of supervision in Active Psychotherapy training: Ivan O. Kirillov
The ethics of psychotherapy in Europe: Part 1: Courtenay Young

Volume 9, Number 3,  November 2005
Group and society in changing times: Janos Harmetta & Tom Ormay
Csoport és társadalom változó ikökben: Janos Harmetta & Tom Ormay
The role of emotional trauma in Neurosis, part 2: Method of treatment: Joaquin Sousa-Poza
Psychodynamic Psychiatry: Theo Piegler
Psychodynamische Psychiatrie: Theo Piegler
The ethics of psychotherapy in Europe: Part 2: Courtenay Young 

Volume 10, Number 1,  March 2006
Psychotherapy without ego: Towards a spiritual psychotherapy: Snezana Milenkovic
Dreaming to access the infinite.  Thoughts and thinking that led to the discovery of the Social Dreaming Matrix: W. Gordon Lawrence
The Psychoanalytic Loss-Separation Model (LSM): Evolution of the reaction to breaks in the psychoanalytical process as an indicator of change: Juan Pablo Jiménez, Horst Kächele & Dan Pokorny
From the daydream Hero to the living reality with the help of Guided Affective Imagery: Helen Lytwyn
Vom tagtraumheldern zur lebendigen realität mit hilfe der katathym imaginativen psychotherapie (kip): Helene Lytwyn
The Dutch Case: J.M. Giel, Hutschmaekers, Cees P.F. van der Staak

Volume 10, Number 2, July 2006: A Special Issue on Psychotherapy and the Internet
eLearning and traditional“face-to-face” teaching: Digby Tantam, Chris Blackmore & Emmy van Deurzen
Distance and Intimacy in Internet Psychotherapy Training: Emmy van Deurzen, Chris Blackmore & Digby Tantam
The role of the eTutor: Chris Blackmore, Digby Tantam & Emmy van Deurzen
Working with commonality and difference in distance learning psychotherapy: Riccardo Zerbetto
Cybertherapy –Psychotherapy on the Internet: Tom Ormay
Positive aspec ts of disinhibiting processes in online training groups: Zbynek Vybiral, David Skorunka
Group dynamic factors in the Romanian e-learning students group in psychotherapy (SEPTIMUS project 2002-2004): Ileana Botezat-Antonescu
Psychotherapy in Albania –The impact of SEPTIMUS: Elisabeth Vykoukal
Breathing new life into the research of the soul – on the foundation of Sigmund Freud Private University, Vienna: Alfred Pritz

Volume 10, Number 3, November 2006
The Difference between God and the Self: re-viewing the unus mundus: John Kenneth Newman
The Triangular Space in an Analytic Group: The role of the father and the transference to the dialogue: Herzel Yogev
Katathym Imaginative Psychotherapy: Part 1: Irén Acsai
Current Trends In Psychodrama: Adam Blatner
Working with Refugees, a Personal Experience: Shirin Amani Azar
A retrospective account of a former bulimic patient: Rita Hettinger &Horst Kächele
Towards the Statutory Registration of Psychotherapy in the UK: Lisa Wark, with Courtenay Young
Katathym Imaginatív Pszichoterápia : 1: Irén Acsai
Taste It And See! : Theodore Itten 

Volume 11, Number 1,  March 2007
Get Your Head Around The Thing Inside It: Peter Afford
All the lonely people, where do they all come from? Theodor Itten
Psychotherapy of suicide: an approach based on an evaluation of personality traits: Chobanu I.K., Valentik Y.V., Epifanova N.M.
A New Look at Love: Snezana Milenkovic
The Importance of Primary Non-Verbal Therapy Procedures in Psychodynamic Psychiatry: G. Strehlow & Dr. Theo Piegler
Violation of Sexual Boundaries in Psychotherapy: Conceptual approaches and clinical findings: Andrey Kulikov
Taiwanese Female Volunteer Helpers’ Coping with the 9/21st Earthquake and Its Consequences: Yii-Nii Lin
Психотерапия Суицидентов:  Подход,  Основанный На Оценке Личностных Особенностей: Chobanu I.K., Valentik Y.V., Epifanova N.M.
Die Bedeutung primär nichtsprachlicher Therapieverfahren in der psychodynamischen Psychiatrie: G. Strehlow & Dr. Theo Piegler

Volume 11, Number 2, July 2007
Negative outcomes and destructive processes in psychoanalytic therapy: Horst Kächele
Psychotherapy in the Age of Globalisation: Nossrat Peseschkian
Interview with Professor Gerald M. Edelman: Questions by Theodor Itten
The Evolution of Psychotherapy in Europe: Serge Ginger
Loving with EMDR: Michel Meignant
Shrinking the Stereotype of Psychoanalysis: Jane Desmarais
Reflecting Talks may have many versions: Tom Andersen
Katathym Imaginative Psychotherapy: Part 2: case study & methodology: Irén Acsai
Aimer avec l’EMDR: Michel Meignant
Pánikbetegség kezelésében sikeresen alkalmazott Katathym Imaginatív Pszichoterápia –esettanulmány  II: Irén Acsai

Volume 11, Number 3, November 2007
Mozart’s Magic Flute: An implicit psychological theory upon maturation: Jòzsef P. Vas
The Power of Touch in Psychotherapy: Courtenay Young
Three Ages of Psychoanalysis: Phillip R. Filatov
Understanding Black Issues in the Therapeutic process: Isha McKenzie-Mavinga
Essay on a Synthesis of Buddhism and Sophrology: Catherine Bodar de Tonnac
Humour as a Paradoxical Intervention in Psychotherapy: Snezana Milenkovic
EMDR: A response to Michel Meignant’s article “Loving with EMDR”: Telmo M. Baptista

Volume 12, Number 1, March 2008
The brain-energy-starvation (BES) syndrome: its complex diagnostics and treatment: Andrei Ermoshin
Psychoanalysis, Expulsion and Exclusion: Ljiljana Filipovič
Living the‘world knot’: towards a reconciliation of brain, mind and the living environment: Anthony Korner
Emotions have a Nucleon that can be directly regulated by Tion-EMo Theory (TET): Raphael Navia
Neuro-Linguistic-Psychotherapy (NLPt) treatment can modulate the reaction in pollen allergic humans and their state of health: Klaus Witt
Several Steps From ‘Sad’ To‘Cheerful’ In Gestalt Therapy: The Visualization of Engrams: Oksana Galchuck
Декілька Кроків Від Сумного До Веселого В Гештальт-Терапії Або Візуалізація Енграм:Оксана Гальчук
 

Volume 12, Number 2, July 2008
Humour and the Intersubjective Construction of Knowledge: Luca Casadio
Enriching Gestalt Therapy through EMDR: Serge Ginger
Humour & Health: Patch Adams
Re-Balancing the Autonomic Nervous System: A necessary pre-requisite to effective counselling & psychotherapy: Courtenay Young
Environmental Psychology and Home Visits in the Family Therapy of Eating Disorders: Ferenc Túry, Marta Wildmann, Zsuzsa László, Andrea Dúll
Interview with Professor Victor Makarov, Moscow: Theodor Itten
The impact of group and individual cognitive-behavioural intervention on the mental health state of male prisoners: Mohammad Khodayarifard, Alfred Pritz & Saba Khodayarifard
Innovations in the Field: Dance Movement Psychotherapy in Scotland: Vicky Karkou
Enrichir la Gestalt-thérapie par l’EMDR: Serge Ginger

Volume 12, Number 3, November 2009
Irony and Psychotherapy: Anita Casadei & Antonella Giordani
Collapsing Frames: Humour & psychotherapy in a Batesonian perspective:  Paulo Betrando & Gabriella Gilli
Working with Disappointment and Offence by the Psycho-Catalytic Method: Andre Ermoshin
Surviving the Holocaust: Strategies used by survivors to cope with their memories: Pamela Griffiths
Solutions for Parents who Struggle: Joanna North
How psychological sport and play programs help youth manage adversity: A review of what we know and what we should research: Robert Henley, Ivo Schweizer, Francesco de Gara & Stefan Vetter
Radical Changes in Psychotherapy – the present Swiss scene: Peter Schulthuss & Theodore Itten
Body-Psychotherapy in Europe: EABP & EAP: Courtenay Young
The Madrid Milton Erickson Institute: Roxanna Erickson Klein

Volume 13, Number 1, March 2009
Sexuality and Love in a Psychotherapeutic Setting: From the death of Oedipus to the emergence of af the situational field – A Gestalt Therapy development: Margharita Spagnuolo Lobb
The Emporer’s New Clothes … Of Psychotherapy: Snezana Milenkovic
Psychoanalysis, Expulsion and Exclusion: Ljiljana Filipovi
A‘Space-Energetic‘ Paradigm in Psychotherapy: Andrei Ermoshin
Psychotherapy in European Public Mental Health Services: Horst Kächele & Saied Pirmoradi
Integrated Psychodynamic Therapy of Panic Disorder: A Case Study: Mohammad Khodayarifard, Alfred Pritz & Saba Khodayarifard
Impact of the first standard exercise of Autogenic Training and of coping with cognitive distortions on psychic and psychosomatic symptoms and on heart rate variability in a patient with major depression: A case study: Lytwyn H., Fitz, W. and Ebner, Ch.
Die Wirkung der ersten Übung des Autogenen Trainings der Schwereübung und die Auseinandersetzung mit stressauslösenden Kognitionen als Unterstützung zur Verbesserung des psychischen und körperlichen Befindens bei einer Major Depression: Falldarstellung: Lytwyn H., Fitz, W. and Ebner, Ch.

Volume 13, Number 2, July 2009: A Special Issue: Different Approaches to Depression
Editorial: Theodor Itten
Three Pillars of Positive Psychotherapy: About Depression in Different Cultures: Nossrat Peseschkian
Person-Centered and Experiential Therapy of Depression: Detlev Haimerl, Jobst Kinks & Hans-Jürgen Luderer
A Constructivist Approach to Depression: Peggy Dalton
Depression and Body Psychotherapy: Laura Steckler & Courtenay Young
Post-Natal Depression and the Implicit Client – an Inclusive Approach: Ronen Stilman
In praise and honour of silence: Bruce Scott
Obituary: A memory of Alexander Lowen and a reflection on Bioenergetic Analysis: Nicoletta Cinotti

Volume 13, Number 3, November 2009
The Core Principles of Psychotherapy: Alexander Filz with Courtenay Young
The Validation of Psychoanalysis: From ‘Cure’ to ‘Care’: Nicolás Caparrós
La validación del psicoanálisis (Con mención especial al modelo analítico – vincular): Nicolás Caparrós
Do psychoanalytic competencies have specific features? Results of a pilot study: Bien Filet & Gábor Szőnyi
Comparative Analysis of Patient’s Dreams in Freudian & Jungian Treatment: Christoph Fischer & Horst Kächele
The Neuropsychology of Psychotherapy: Recent findings from the “Hard Sciences” and the implications for psychotherapists: Tim Dunne
Is CBT Enough? A Case History: Courtenay Young, with Elisa Kazim
The Legend of EMDR (La Legende de l’EMDR): English transcript of a film by Michel Meignant, translated by Tom Ormay

Volume 14, Number 1, March 2010
Extricating From Treatment Impasses Via Use Of A Consultant: Two Case Presentations: Seymour Hoffman & Esther Herman
Whiplash For The Mind: Humour in therapeutic conversation: G.M. Vesco, S. Ramella Benna, & M. Prastaro
Colpo Di Frusta Per La Mente: L’umorismo nella conversazione terapeutica: G. Gandino, M. Vesco, S. Ramella Benna, & M. Prastaro
Strange Changes In Psychotherapy: The Psychotherapeutic Process of Life Changes, Spiritual Emergence or a Soul Awakening? : Courtenay Young
Symptom, Conflict & Conflict-Resolution: The Application of Five Stages of Positive Psychotherapy in First Interview and Treatment: Demonstration of Cases in Five Stages: Nossrat Peseschkian, Francois Biland & Theo Cope
Effective Factors In Social Adjustment Of Shahed And Non-Shahed University Students: Mohammad Khodayarifard, Alfred Pritz &Golrokh Ebadi Fard Azar
Humour In Therapeutic & Forensic Relationships: Guglielmo Gulotta
L’umorismo Nella Relazione Di Auitopsicologica E Forense: Guglielmo Gulotta
The Bernese Declaration On Psychotherapy: Swiss Charta for Psychotherapy & DGPTW German Association for Psychotherapy Science. (in German and in English)

Volume 14, Number 2, July 2010
The Use of Psychotherapy in Situations of Reconciliation: An integrative contribution to the use of psychotherapeutic skills in the process of reconciliation: Yvonne McKnight
Specific Phobia Treatment Through Cognitive-Behavioural Family Therapy: A Case Study: Mohammad Khodayarifard, James McClenon, Alfred Pritz & Akram Parand
The Motivational Strategies of a Person: Galina Katolyk & Olena Shtepa
Humorous Experiences Of A Clinical Psychologist: Seymour Hoffman
Effectiveness Of Body Mind Therapy Of Cancer Patients Receiving Chemical Treatment: Dr. Irit Peleg, Dr. Joseph Brenner, Dr. Moti Shimonov, Ofra Ravinda, Dafna Karata Shwartz, & Dr. Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar
The Art of Art Psychotherapy: The power of the image in integrative art psychotherapy: Snežana Milenković

Volume 14, Number 3, November 2010
Psychiatry And The Limits Of Dualism: Benjamin Sünkel-Laing
Meanings Of Happiness And Psychotherapy: Snežana Milenković
Fundamental Reflections On Psychotherapy Research & Initial Results Of The Naturalistic Psychotherapy Study On Outpatient Treatment In Switzerland (Pap-S): Volker Tschuschke, Aureliano Crameri, Margit Koemeda, Peter Schultess, Agnes Von Wyl & Rainer Weber
A Phenomenological Model In The Practice Of Psychotherapy: Courtenay Young
Unique Intervention In Dealing With Resistance: Case Study: Seymour Hoffman& Estee Herman
The State of Psychotherapy in Poland: Czeslaw Czabala
About Positive Psychotherapy: Nossrat Peseschkian
Psychotherapieforschung – Grundlegende Überlegungen Und Erste Ergebnisse Der Naturalistischen Psychotherapie-Studie Ambulanter Behandlungen In Der Schweiz (Pap-S): Volker Tschuschke, Aureliano Crameri, Margit Koemeda, Peter Schulthess, Agnes von Wyl, Rainer Weber
In Memoriam: Prof. Dr. med Nossrat Peseschkian 

Volume 15, Number 1, March 2011
The European Certificate of Psychotherapy (ECP) and the Training of Psychotherapists: Serge Ginger
The Range of Modalities and Meta-perspectives: The tactical dilemma of the psychotherapies: Heward Wilkinson
Twenty Different Definitions of European Psychotherapy: Courtenay Young
“By the riverbank, I await you”: Applying coaching skills to support patients facing death: Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar & Ziki Ben-Shahar
Trans-natal Tandem Hypnotherapy (TTH): A New Method for Resolving Prenatal Traumas: P. József Vas & Noémi Császár
Psychodrama and the treatment of women victims of human trafficking: Research report: Maria Koleva
Mental Health& Psychotherapy in Kosovo: Jusuf Ulaj
Book Review:‘Help Yourself Towards Mental Health’: Courtenay Young: by Theodor Itten

Volume 15, Number 2, July 2011: A Special Issue: R.D. Laing: 50 years after ‘The Divided Self’
Editorial: Theodor Itten
Variations on my theme: An interview with R.D. Laing: with Hanspeter Gschwend
The Liberating Shaman of Kingsley Hall: Obituary by Francis Huxley
More than fifty years after: Laing, Sartre & the Other: Ljiljana Filipovic
R.D. Laing and long-stay patients: Discrepant accounts of the refractory ward and “rumpus room” at Gartnavel Royal Hospital: David Abrahamson
'Soteria’ – A different approach to mental health: Voyce Hendrix
From The Divided Self to The Voice of Experience: Theodor Itten
The impact of the ideas of R.D. Laing on UK psychology students from the 1960s to the 21st century: Brian Evans
Personal recollections of Ronnie Laing: Emmy van Deurzen
Sanity, madness& memory: R.D. Laing and the post-modern: Ron Roberts
Tales from the boiling pot: Psychotherapy Training and Initiation: Bruce Scott
Re-turning, Re-membering and Re-viewing: Ronnie Laing and ‘Me’: Leon Redler
Demystifying Madness: R.D. Laing and “Hatred of the Unlived Life”: Brent Potter
Biography &Quotes: Theodor Itten & Courtenay Young

Volume 15, Number 3, November 2011
The Biological Correlates of Emotions: Godehard Stadtmüller & Jeffrey A. Gordon
Assimilation and Meaning Construction in Psychotherapy: David D. Neto, Telmo M. Baptista, Kim Dent-Brown
Multipersonal Tandem Hypnotherapy (MTH): A New Method for Resolving Intergenerational Traumas: P. József Vas & Noémi Császár
The Social Person: Tom Ormay
Transference at Work: Samuele Filomena
Advice for Young Psychotherapists: Peter Olsson
Reflections on Working in an Ultra-orthodox Mental Health Clinic: Seymour Hoffman & Hava Ben Shalom

Volume 16, Number 1, March 2012
Return of the Strategic Therapist: Gareth Evans           
The use of distancing, avoidance and focusing on the object as defenses in the borderline disorder of self  - A Mastersonian approach: Loray Daws
About the Intrinsic Suicidal Effects of Neuroleptics: Towards breaking the taboo and fighting therapeutic recklessness: Peter Lehmann
The things we’re taking home with us: Understanding therapist’s self-care in trauma work: Elad Hada & Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar
Serge Ginger – A Tribute to his Life & Work
The Barcelona Declaration
The R.D. Laing Controversy Continues           

Volume 16, Number 2, July 2012: A Special Issue on Roberto Assagioli & Psychosynthesis
Editorial: Tan Nguyen
Roberto Assagioli, a Bright Star: Massimo Rosselli           
Psychosynthesis, A way of openness: Tan Nguyen
The Numinous Psyche: a spiritual tension in Jung and Assagioli?: Chris Robertson
Psychosynthesis and Recovery from Addictions: Bonney & Richard Schaub
The Call of Self in Chronic Illness: Dorothy Firman
Psychosynthesis and psychotic suffering: Alberto Alberti
From Corporate Stress to Inner Balance: the Manager’s Search for FulfillmentJoanne Graham-Wilson
Psychosynthesis in Coping with Cancer and Dying: Kristina Brode-Thies
Perspectives on the Training Journey: Keith Silvester
Conclusion: Tan Nguyen
Bibliography of Psychosynthesis
EFPP & AAP Centres           

Volume 16, Number 3, November 2012
First Editorial: Courtenay Young
The role of embodied awareness in mindfulness and Bioenergetics: Nicoletta Cinotti
Il Ruolo Della Consapevolezza Corporea Tra Mindfulness E Bioenergetica: Nicoletta Cinotti
Operationalisation of Countertransference in Positive Psychotherapy: Maksim Goncharo
Relations of Resilience and Personal Meaning with Vicarious Traumatization in Psychotherapists: Jelena Želeskov-Đorić, Vladimir Hedrih & Predrag Đorić
An integrative psychotherapeutic model for the treatment of paranoid schizophrenics: Oana-Maria Popescu
On the Definition of Psychotherapy and Its Methodological Grounding: Alexander Filz & Oksana Lyzak
The struggle for legal recognition of the education of psychotherapy and an autonomous psychotherapy profession in Europe Alfred Pritz
Love – a lost magical ingredient of effective psychotherapy: Urszula Wojciechowska Jaworska
Miłość – zaginiony, magiczny, składnik skutecznej psychoterapii: Urszula Wojciechowska Jaworska
Book Review: The Social Nature of Persons: One Person is No Person’ by Tom Ormay: Theodor Itten
Book Review: ’Freud on Coke’by David Cohen: Courtenay Young
Book Review: Die strukturale Triade und die Entstehung früher Störungen’ [The Structural Triad and the Origin of Early Disorders] by Herman Lang: Götz Egloff

Volume 17, Number 1, March 2012
Editorial: Courtenay Young
An integrative psychotherapeutic model for the treatment of paranoid schizophrenia: Oana-Maria Popescu
Visiting Andrew Salter: An old wine in a new bottle: Uri Wernik
A theoretical and clinical review of various countertransference algorithms found in treating the Borderline Disorder of Self – The Masterson tradition (Part 2): Loray Daws
Can Positive Psychotherapy meet the Basic principles of Effectiveness as outlined by Dr Grawe? Re-appriased: Shridhar Sharma
A Case Study of Cognitive-behavioural Therapy in Iran: Treatment of Sexual Masochism along with Co-morbid Disorders in a Collective Society: Mohammad Khodayarifard, Alfred Pritz, Sepideh M. Alavi & Yasamin Abedini
Positive Psychology and Neuro-Linguistic Psychotherapy Used for working with Dysfunctinal Families: Barbara Gojzewska
Psychologia Pozytywna I Neurolinguwistyczna Psychoterapia W Pracy Z Rodzinami Dysfunkcyjnymi: Barbara Gojzewska
On Psychotherapy Supervision Competencies in an International Perspective: A Short Report: C. Edward Watkins

Volume 17, Number 2, July 2012
Editorial: Courtenay Young
The social mandate of psychotherapy in media representation: a text analysis of the Italian press: Andrea Caputo
Therapeutic Communities for Psychosis in Europe: Samuele Filomena
Psychotherapist effectiveness and professional competence not affected by their graduate studies profile – preliminary results: Milena Karlińska-Nehrebecka, Alicja Heyda, Andrzej Nehrebecki, Dagmara Kuczynska-Ginko & Stanisława Kufel
Brak wpływu studiów psychoterapeuty na jego skuteczność i kompetencje zawodowe –wstępne wyniki badań: Milena Karlińska-Nehrebecka, Alicja Heyda, Andrzej Nehrebecki,Dagmara Kuczynska-Ginko & Stanisława Kufel
The EAP Project to Establish the Professional Competencies of a European Psychotherapist: Courtenay Young with Traudl Szyszkowitz, Renée Oudijk, Peter Schultess & Ansis Stabingis
Psychological Suffering: What is illness? An interview with Alfred Pritz
What Matters in Psychotherapy Supervision? C. Edward Watkins, Jr.
What can psychotherapy do? Psychotherapy paradigms and sexual orientation: Tom Warnecke

Volume 17, Number 3, November 2013
Editorial: Courtenay Young
Alexithymia and Emotional Processing as Phenomena Pertinent to all Theoretical Orientations: Ana Nunes Da Silva, António Branco Vasco & Jeanne C. Watson
Patients’ Need and Psychotherapy Integration: Francesco Pagnini, Susanna Vanini & Maria Clotilde Gislon
The Last of the ‘Sin Eaters’: Psychodynamic reflections on the ‘Burning Mouth’Syndrome: Loray Daws
Why do we fail to adapt to a different culture? A development of a therapeutic approach: Anna Huysse-Gaytandjieva & Ivanka Bontcheva
Reflections about the perception of therapeutic environment in clients and therapists: the importance of the 5th session: Luísa Soares, Marina Serra Lemos, Filipa Oliveira, Carla Vale Lucas & Liliana Roque
Metaphors and Metaphors: Teresa Garcia-Sanchez
Complexes and Schemas: A comparison of the concepts of Analytical Psychology based on work of C.G. Jung and the Schema Therapy of Jeffery Young: Isabelle Meier
Ultra-Orthodox Rabbis’ View of Psychotherapy: Seymour Hoffman and Benni Feldman

Volume 18, Number 1, March 2014
Editorial: Courtenay Young
The Return of the Therapeut: Part 1: Miles Groth
Orientation to Happiness, life satisfaction, quality of life and need for psychotherapy in college students: Vesna Petrovic
Flooding and Desensitization in Treating OCD: A Case Study Seymour Hoffman & Frumi Gottlieb
Heroic Clients & Masterful Therapists”: The Meeting of Client-directed, Outcome-Informed Therapy and NLP ‘Change Work’: Gareth Evans
Bonding Psychotherapy: an effective group psychotherapy method to improve dysfunctional attachment styles: Martien Kooyman, Rob B.J. Olij & Rob A. Storm
A comparison of the systems of training and accreditation of psychotherapists in Germany and the United Kingdom: Werner Kierski
The Cognitive-Behavioural Analysis and Treatment of ‘Unresolved Oedipal Conflicts': Terence Dowdall
Book Reviews
Professional Issues

Volume 18, Number 2, July 2014
Editorial: Courtenay Young
The Return of the Therapeut: Part 2: R.D. Laing & the Genuine Psychotherapist: Miles Groth 
Incorporating evidence-based practices into psychotherapy training in Clinical Psychology Ph.D. programs in the United States: Rebecca Kennedy, Helen Verdeli, Eleni Vousoura, Hilary Vidair, Marc J. Gameroff & Ruifan R. Zeng
Why most psychotherapists are just average (and how we can improve): Scott Miller, in an interview with Tony Rousmaniere 
Pharmacology vs. Psychotherapy in the management of depression and anxiety disorders: Asta Prajapati 
Positive Psychotherapy: Priorities and problems: Theo A. Cope
The truth shall set you free: Saying an "Honest Goodbye" before a loved-one's death: Richard G. Erskine
Professional Issues

Volume 18, Number 3, November 2014
Editorial: Courtenay Young
The World of Language: Tom Ormay
Primary and Secondary Capacities in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Paients in terms of Positive Psychotherapy: Ebru Sinici, Tugba Sari and Ozgur Maden
The Modaic Being: How to creatr harmony within our multiplicity: Vincent Claussens
An Anatomy of Psycho-Trauma: Pain, Illness and Recovery: Arman N. Begoyan
Saying an Honest "Good-bye": Part 2: Three case examples: Richard G. Erskine
The Possible Harmful 'Side-Effects' of Psychotherapy: Courtenay Young
Professional Issues
Book Reviews


Volume 19, Number 1, March 2015: A Special Issue on Existential Psychotherapy
Editorial: Courtenay Young
Forward to this Special Issue: Simon du Plock & Emmy van Deurzen
The Historical Development and Future of Existential Therapy: Simon du Plock & Emmy van Deurzen
Existential Therapy: The emergence of a Relational Tradition: Roger Frie
Why St Theresa Disagreed with Martin Heidegger, and why it matters for psychotherapy: Digby Tantam
The Role of Existential Philosophy and Existential Psychology for Existential Therapy: Bo Jacobsen
What Connects Psychic Suffering to Existential Ontology?: Alice Holzehy-Kunz
Existential Therapies: A review of scientific studies and their underlying philosophies: Jöel Voss, Mick Cooper, Edgar Correia and Meghan Craig
In the Spirit of Play: Applied Existential Psychotherapy: Betty Cannon & Reed Lindberg
Awakening to an Awe-based Psychology: Existential Deepening East & West: Kirk J. Schneider
The Power of Logotherapy and the Need to Develop Existential Analytical Psychotherapy: Alfried Längle
What is the Living Body in Existential Therapy: Greg Madison
A Brief Review of the History of Existential Psychotherapy in Latin America: Yaqui A. Martinez & Susana SIgnorelli
The Existential Approach in Group Psychotherapy: Rimanta Kociunas
Existential Psychotherapy & Logotherapy Societies, Centres and Training Institutes: Compiled by Edgar Correia

Volume 19, Number 2, July 2015
Editorial: Courtenay Young
Growth Oriented Therapy in the Treatment of a Child with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Krishnanand Choudhary and Richa
Reflections of a Psychology Intern in 'Participant-Supervision': Sivan Shragay & Seymour Hoffman
Features about Actualising Psychological Resourcesfulness of Psychology Students by the Method of Self-Analysis: Olena Shtepa
The management of transference neurosis in Davanloo's Intensive Short-term Dynamic Psychotherapy: Catherine Hickey
Review of "Models of Madness: Psychological, Social and Biological Approaches to Psychosis (2nd Ed.) by John Read & Jacqui Dillon (Eds.): Courtenay Young & Theodore Itten
Book Reviews
Professional Issues

Volume 19, Number 3, Nov 2015
Editorial: Courtenay Young
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Hypnosis in the Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome: A Case Report: David Kraft
A 'Balance Model' for Patients with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Ebru Sinici
The Real Relationship in Psychotherapy Supervision: A Trans-theoretical Common Factor: Clifton Edward Watkins, Jr.
Existential Psychotherapy: the historical development aand current practice, especially with reference to its usage in African countries: Anthony Kwabena Nkyi
Dr Kenneth Evans: An Obituary and Tributes
5 Book Reviews
Professional Issues

Volume 20, Number 1, March 2016
Editorial: Courtenay Young
Development and Evaluation of Adherence Questionnaires for Gestalt Psychotherapy, Relational Transactional Analyssis, and Integrative Psychotherapy: A preliminary investigation. Biljana van Rijn & Ciara Wild
Specific and Pace Variability of Therapists' Interventions under Naturalistic Conditions: Margit Koemeda-Lutz, Aureliano Crameri, Peter Schulthess, Agnes von Wyl & Volker Tuschuschke
Internet Usage and Depression: Implcations for the Development and Implementation of E-Mental-Health- Programs: C. Eichenberger, J. Aden, E Brähler, O. Decker & Y. Stöbel-Richter
In Defence of the Use of Manipulation
in Psychotherapy:  Seymour Hoffman
Cognitive-Behavioural Family Therapy of the Adolescent Depression (A Case Study): Mohammad Khodayarifard, Alfred Pritz & Ali Mohammad Goodarzi
6 Book Reviews
Professional Issues


Volume 20, Number 2, July 2016
Editorial: Courtenay Young
A personal account of the use of metaphor to describe the effects and experience of breakdown: Rose M. Ennik
Fred Flintstone and the Dinosaur: Metaphor and Metonymy in Psychoses: 'Jenny Watson'
Psychosynthesis anmd Child Psychotherapy: A case study: 
Martin Kolev
Extending the 'Empty-Chair' Technique to Couples Therapy: Rosalba Raffagnino & Riccardo Zerbetto
Therapist ~Effects on Treatment Outcome in Psychotherapy: A multi-level modelling analysis: Jessica Berglar, Aureliano Crameri, Agnes von Wyl, Margit Komeda-Lutz, Miriam Köhler, Pia Staczan, Peter Schultz & Volker Techuschk
'Therapeutic Presence' as embodied, relational 'being': Linda Finlay

3 Book Reviews
Professional Issues & Adverts

Volume 20, Number 3, November 2016
Editorial: Courtenay Young
'Positive Psychotherapy' according to Seligman and 'Positive Psychotherapy' according to Peseschkian: A Comparison: Ewa Dobliala & Peter Winkler
A Single Meeting with Family Members of Adults in Individual Therapy: Seymour Hoffman & Frumi Gottlieb
Neurobiological Processes and Contact Competencies in the Addictive Experience: Giancarlo Pintus
Supervisees' assessming their supervisors: what to learn and how to see them: Juhani Antero Tiuraniemi
Without Mamas and Papas: or a Group Session at the Heart of a Terrorist Attack: Ildiko Vincze
Group Dynamics in Scapegoating: Tom A. Ormay
3 Book Reviews
Professional Issues & Adverts


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