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Table Of Contents
Acknowledgements Permissions Introduction Part I: The 1980s 1. Gazette unstuck: Glue Sniffing (1980) 2. Unemployment and mental health (1983) 3. The politics of disability (1989) Part II: The 1990s 4. Community care and mental health (1990) 5. Alienation and psychotherapy (1997) 6. The personal is political - and the political is personal (1997) Part III: The 2000s 7. Mental health promotion (2004) 8. Take it : a sixth driver (2008) 9. Transactional analysis is radical or it is not transactional analysis (2008) Part IV: The 2010s 10. The fight for health: an heuristic enquiry (2010) 11. There ain't no license that protects: Bowen theory and the regulation of psychotherapy (2011) 12. Southern psychotherapies (2012) 13. The relational, the vertical, and the horizontal: a critique of relational depth (2014) References
Keith Tudor is professor of psychotherapy and head of the School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies at Auckland University of Technology, Aotearoa New Zealand. He is the editor of Psychotherapy and Politics International, a fellow of the Critical Institute, an honorary senior research fellow at the University of Roehampton, London, and a visiting associate professor at the University of Primorska, Slovenia.