Farhad Dalal is a psychotherapist and group analyst, working with individuals, groups and organizations. He has been in independent practice for almost 30 years, initially in London, and more recently in Devon. With Angelika Golz, he set up the South Devon Psychotherapy & Counselling Services, about ten years ago.

He is a training group analyst for the Institute of Group Analysis, London, and taught and supervised on the Qualifying Course for many years.

His psychotherapy work includes working with indviduals on a frequency of one to three times a week. Currently he is running two once-weekly psychotherapy groups, one in Exeter and the other in Totnes. He also supervises counsellors and psychotherapists of all persuasions.

Farhad’s work with organizations has included: team building, workshops, training, away days, facilitating staff groups, crisis intervention, coaching/mentoring and reflective practice groups. He is particularly interested in helping organizations develop cultures that are relational rather than the over-regulated bureaucratic ones that are the norm.

For some years he was an Associate Fellow at the University of Hertfordshire's  Business School in the Complexity and Management Centre. Currently, he is Visiting Professor at the PhD School, Complexity & Organizations Programme, Open University of Holland. He teaches and lectures internationally.

He has been attending to the themes of discrimination and equality for much of his career. He has published three books to date. His first, Taking the Group Seriously argues against individualism and for the relational nature of human life. His second book Race, Colour and the Processes of Racialization focuses on the causes of the hatred of Others in general and racism in particular. His latest book Thought Paralysis: The Virtues of Discrimination, is a constructive critique of the Equality movements. Currently he is engaged in thinking about ethics in the fields of psychotherapy as well as organizational life.
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Farhad Dalal is a psychotherapist and group analyst, working with individuals, groups and organizations. He has been in independent practice for almost 30 years, initially in London, and more recently in Devon. With Angelika Golz, he set up the South Devon Psychotherapy & Counselling Services, about ten years ago.

He is a training group analyst for the Institute of Group Analysis, London, and taught and supervised on the Qualifying Course for many years.

His psychotherapy work includes working with indviduals on a frequency of one to three times a week. Currently he is running two once-weekly psychotherapy groups, one in Exeter and the other in Totnes. He also supervises counsellors and psychotherapists of all persuasions.

Farhad’s work with organizations has included: team building, workshops, training, away days, facilitating staff groups, crisis intervention, coaching/mentoring and reflective practice groups. He is particularly interested in helping organizations develop cultures that are relational rather than the over-regulated bureaucratic ones that are the norm.

For some years he was an Associate Fellow at the University of Hertfordshire's  Business School in the Complexity and Management Centre. Currently, he is Visiting Professor at the PhD School, Complexity & Organizations Programme, Open University of Holland. He teaches and lectures internationally.

He has been attending to the themes of discrimination and equality for much of his career. He has published three books to date. His first, Taking the Group Seriously argues against individualism and for the relational nature of human life. His second book Race, Colour and the Processes of Racialization focuses on the causes of the hatred of Others in general and racism in particular. His latest book Thought Paralysis: The Virtues of Discrimination, is a constructive critique of the Equality movements. Currently he is engaged in thinking about ethics in the fields of psychotherapy as well as organizational life.
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