Farhad Dalal
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2015 'Prejudice as Ideology: The Creation of 'Us' and 'Them' Groups in Society (and Psychoanalysis)' Psychotherapy & Politics International 13(3). 182-193.
2015 'Group Analytic Training and the Social Context: Who is influencing Whom?' Group Analysis, 48(3) 349-367.
2015 'Statistical Spin, Linguistic Obfuscation: The Art of Overselling the CBT Evidence Base' Journal of Psychological Therapies in Primcary Care, V4
2014 ‘A Rumination on Intimacy and its Defences in the Consulting Room’ Group Analysis, 47(4)
2014 ‘The Struggle to Live and Let Live: The Psychology, Ethics and Politics of Tolerance, or, Why Discrimination is Preferable to Tolerance’. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 17(2), 159-172
2014 'The Servant Problem'  Readers Digest (India) March
2014 ‘Ethics versus Compliance. The Institution, Ethical Psychotherapy Practice, (and Me)’, Group Analysis vol 47(1) 62-81
2012 'Specialists without Spirit, Sensualists without: Heart Psychotherapy as a Moral Endeavour’ Group Analysis, vol 45(4), 1-25
2011 Thought Paralysis: The Virtues of Discrimination. London: Karnac.
2011 ‘Tolerating Discrimination: Discriminating Tolerance’ in Reflective Citizen - Organizational and Social Dynamics. Eds. Laurence Gould, Aideen Lucey, & Lionel Stapley. pp. 19-41. London: Karnac.
2011 ‘The Social Unconscious and Ideology in clinical theory and practice’ in The Social Unconscious in Persons, Groups, and Societies’ eds. Earl Hopper & Haim Weinberg. pp. 243-263. London: Karnac.
2009 ‘Skirts, Sarees and Sarongs: The Rhetoric and Reality behind the celebration of diversity in organizational life’ International Journal of Learning and Change
2009 ‘The Paradox of Belonging’ Psychoanalysis, Culture, Society, Vol 13, (2)

2008 ‘How should we talk about race?’ Contakt Jan-Mar pp10-11
2008 ‘Institutions and Racism: Equality in the Workplace’ Soundings on: Race, Identity & Belonging London: Lawrence and Wishart  pp123-140
2008 ‘Against The Celebration Of Diversity’. British Journal Of Psychotherapy  24(1)
2008 ‘Thought Paralysis: Tolerance and the Fear of Islam’ Psychodynamic Practice 14:1 pp 77-96
2006 ‘Culturalism in Multicultural Psychotherapy’ in Race, Culture and Psychotherapy eds Roy Moodley & Stephen Palmer, London: Routledge
2006 ‘Racism’ in Unmasking Race, Culture and Attachment in the Psychoanalytic Space ed Kate White London: Karnac
2006 ‘Racism: Processes of Detachment, Dehumanization and Hatred’ Psychodynamic Quarterly LXXV:1, pp131-162.
2005 ‘The Hatred of Asylum Seekers’ Mediactive 4
2005 ‘Institutions and Racism: Equality in the Workplace’ Soundings  Number 30, pp. 139-155(17)
2005 ‘Response to article by Joshua Lavie Group Analysis 38:4 pp536-557
2004 Bridge Building Between Two Discourses: the Economic and the Group-Analytic Group Analysis 37: 1 pp33-44
2002 Race, colour and the Processes of Racialization: New Perspectives from Group Analysis, Psychoanalysis, and Sociology Hove: Brunner-Routledge
2002 ‘The Social Unconscious: A Post-Foulkesian Perspective’, Group Analysis 34:539-555.
2001 ‘Macht, Identiatät und Konflikt - eine post-foulkessche Perspektive’ Gruppenspychotherapie and Gruppendynamik 37:2 pp113-127
2001 ‘Insides and Outsides: a review of psychoanalytic renderings of difference, racism and prejudice’ Psychoanalytic Studies 3,1
2000 ‘Ethnic Tradition: a source of emotional well-being or a cause of emotional pain?’ European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling & Health Vol 3, no 1, pp43-60
1999 ‘Finnes det environment Eller Flere’ Matrix 16:2 pp107-124
1999 ‘The Meaning of Boundaries and Barriers in the Development of Cultural Identity and Between Cultures’  Psychodynamic Counselling 5,2
1998 Taking the Group Seriously: Towards a Post-Foulkesian Group Analytic Theory.   London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
1997 ‘The Colour Question in Psychoanalysis’   Journal of Social Work Practice 11,2
1997 ‘A Transcultural Perspective on Psychodynamic Psychotherapy’  Group Analysis vol. 30,no 2.
‘1995 ‘Conductor Interventions: to do or to be?’ Group Analysis vol. 28,no 4.
1993 ‘The meaning of boundaries and barriers in the development of cultural identity and between cultures’  9th European Symposium Proceedings Werner Knauss (ed.)
1993   ’Race & Racism - An Attempt to Organise Difference’   Group Analysis vol. 26,no 3.
1988 ‘The Racism of Jung’ published in Race and Class and the British Journal of Psychotherapy. iv:3.


















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Taking the Group Seriously: Towards a Post-Foulkesian Group Analytic Theory (1998) Jessica Kingsley

Race, Colour & the Processes of Racialization: New Perspectives from Group Analysis, Psychoanalysis & Sociology (2002) Routledge

Thought Paralysis: The Virtues of Discrimination (2011) Karnac
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2015 'Prejudice as Ideology: The Creation of 'Us' and 'Them' Groups in Society (and Psychoanalysis)' Psychotherapy & Politics International 13(3). 182-193.
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2015 'Group Analytic Training and the Social Context: Who is influencing Whom?' Group Analysis, 48(3) 349-367.

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Books (Click for further details)

Taking the Group Seriously: Towards a Post-Foulkesian Group Analytic Theory (1998) Jessica Kingsley

Race, Colour & the Processes of Racialization: New Perspectives from Group Analysis, Psychoanalysis & Sociology (2002) Routledge

Thought Paralysis: The Virtues of Discrimination (2011) Karnac
Papers

2015 'Prejudice as Ideology: The Creation of 'Us' and 'Them' Groups in Society (and Psychoanalysis)' Psychotherapy & Politics International 13(3). 182-193.

2015 'Group Analytic Training and the Social Context: Who is influencing Whom?' Group Analysis, 48(3) 349-367.

2015 'Statistical Spin, Linguistic Obfuscation: The Art of Overselling the CBT Evidence Base' Journal of Psychological Therapies in Primcary Care, V4

2014 ‘A Rumination on Intimacy and its Defences in the Consulting Room’ Group Analysis, 47(4)

2014 ‘The Struggle to Live and Let Live: The Psychology, Ethics and Politics of Tolerance, or, Why Discrimination is Preferable to Tolerance’. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 17(2), 159-172

2014 'The Servant Problem'  Readers Digest (India) March

2014 ‘Ethics versus Compliance. The Institution, Ethical Psychotherapy Practice, (and Me)’, Group Analysis vol 47(1) 62-81

2012 'Specialists without Spirit, Sensualists without: Heart Psychotherapy as a Moral Endeavour’ Group Analysis, vol 45(4), 1-25

2011 Thought Paralysis: The Virtues of Discrimination. London: Karnac.


2011 ‘Tolerating Discrimination: Discriminating Tolerance’ in Reflective Citizen - Organizational and Social Dynamics. Eds. Laurence Gould, Aideen Lucey, & Lionel Stapley. pp. 19-41. London: Karnac.

2011 ‘The Social Unconscious and Ideology in clinical theory and practice’ in The Social Unconscious in Persons, Groups, and Societies’ eds. Earl Hopper & Haim Weinberg. pp. 243-263. London: Karnac.

2009 ‘Skirts, Sarees and Sarongs: The Rhetoric and Reality behind the celebration of diversity in organizational life’ International Journal of Learning and Change

2009 ‘The Paradox of Belonging’ Psychoanalysis, Culture, Society, Vol 13, (2)

2008 ‘How should we talk about race?’ Contakt Jan-Mar pp10-11

2008 ‘Institutions and Racism: Equality in the Workplace’ Soundings on: Race, Identity & Belonging London: Lawrence and Wishart  pp123-140

2008 ‘Against The Celebration Of Diversity’. British Journal Of Psychotherapy  24(1)

2008 ‘Thought Paralysis: Tolerance and the Fear of Islam’ Psychodynamic Practice 14:1 pp 77-96

2006 ‘Culturalism in Multicultural Psychotherapy’ in Race, Culture and Psychotherapy eds Roy Moodley & Stephen Palmer, London: Routledge

2006 ‘Racism’ in Unmasking Race, Culture and Attachment in the Psychoanalytic Space ed Kate White London: Karnac

2006 ‘Racism: Processes of Detachment, Dehumanization and Hatred’ Psychodynamic Quarterly LXXV:1, pp131-162.

2005 ‘The Hatred of Asylum Seekers’ Mediactive 4

2005 ‘Institutions and Racism: Equality in the Workplace’ Soundings  Number 30, pp. 139-155(17)

2005 ‘Response to article by Joshua Lavie Group Analysis 38:4 pp536-557

2004 Bridge Building Between Two Discourses: the Economic and the Group-Analytic Group Analysis 37: 1 pp33-44

2002 Race, colour and the Processes of Racialization: New Perspectives from Group Analysis, Psychoanalysis, and Sociology Hove: Brunner-Routledge


2002 ‘The Social Unconscious: A Post-Foulkesian Perspective’, Group Analysis 34:539-555.

2001 ‘Macht, Identiatät und Konflikt - eine post-foulkessche Perspektive’ Gruppenspychotherapie and Gruppendynamik 37:2 pp113-127

2001 ‘Insides and Outsides: a review of psychoanalytic renderings of difference, racism and prejudice’ Psychoanalytic Studies 3,1

2000 ‘Ethnic Tradition: a source of emotional well-being or a cause of emotional pain?’ European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling & Health Vol 3, no 1, pp43-60

1999 ‘Finnes det environment Eller Flere’ Matrix 16:2 pp107-124

1999 ‘The Meaning of Boundaries and Barriers in the Development of Cultural Identity and Between Cultures’  Psychodynamic Counselling 5,2

1998 Taking the Group Seriously: Towards a Post-Foulkesian Group Analytic Theory.   London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

1997 ‘The Colour Question in Psychoanalysis’   Journal of Social Work Practice 11,2

1997 ‘A Transcultural Perspective on Psychodynamic Psychotherapy’  Group Analysis vol. 30,no 2.

1995 ‘Conductor Interventions: to do or to be?’ Group Analysis vol. 28,no 4.

1993 ‘The meaning of boundaries and barriers in the development of cultural identity and between cultures’  9th European Symposium Proceedings Werner Knauss (ed.)

1993   ’Race & Racism - An Attempt to Organise Difference’   Group Analysis vol. 26,no 3.

1988 ‘The Racism of Jung’ published in Race and Class and the British Journal of Psychotherapy. iv:3.


















Farhad Dalal
Contact
01803 867 413
0778 222 0385
 
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