Dienstag, 12. Februar 2019
Dienstag, 15. Januar 2019
#CfP special Issue of of The Journal of #CriticalPsychology, #Counselling and #Psychotherapy #JCPCP to honour the many contributions of #TodSloan
Special Issue of The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy
Call for contributions
A Special Issue of The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy Guest Edited by David Fryer () will be published in September 2019 with two objectives: first, to honour the many contributions to critique of Tod Sloan (1952-2018); second, to provide a forum where the work on the issues Tod Sloan championed can be continued and developed.
Tod Sloan championed work in so many areas it is impossible to specify them all in a call for papers but, as an indication, contributions which tackle any of the following – and related issues – with which Tod engaged, will be welcome: capitalist modernity; coloniality; crisis of the modern psyche; critical psychology; critical social theory; decolonisation; desymbolisation; globalisation; grassroots activism; hyper-individuation; ideology; intersubjective / ideological processes; Latin America (learning from and with); liberation praxis; obstacles to participation in social transformation; political and historical miseducation; poverty; progressive social movements; repressive de-sublimation; resistance; social change; social justice; social relations of domination and oppression; social responsibility; sustainability; work-related suffering.
Aims and Scope of The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy: "JCPCP is a peer-reviewed journal which values personal experience above professional boundaries and doctrinal jargon. It provides a forum for ideas, experiences and views of people working in the psychological world and those who use psychotherapy or receive psychiatric services. The journal encourages a critical, reflexive view of psychology and counselling and is a constant challenge to orthodoxy. Our contributors reflect on their work and experiences in therapy, in relationships and in institutions. The journal embraces philosophical, radical and scientific perspectives in its analysis of psychological, psychiatric and psychotherapeutic systems" (from inside the journal).
Guidelines to contributors for JCPCP: "When considering submitting a paper to The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy authors need to follow the following guidelines: Length (4000 words MAX including refs), summary (25 words MAX), brief sentence for author biog/biogs. Please check the references before submission and do not include complicated diagrams. The paper should be critical i.e., does it use a recognized perspective to critique PSY in its various guises and does it abjure medicalized descriptions of conduct e.g., ADHD, depression etc. If there is a suggestion for how to do things better, is that suggestion humane and does it avoid the pitfall of assuming that there is something wrong with people who are referred to services? Authors should avoid jargon (except when critiquing labels), sexist and racist terminology, and shouldn't cluster people (e.g. "the" elderly) when describing those who receive services. Submissions will be sent for review if these guidelines are followed. Authors should receive a response in less than six weeks"(taken from: )
The deadline for contributions (for the September Special Issue) is July 1st 2019.
Please feel free to discuss potential contributions in advance with the Guest Editor, David Fryer () to whom submissions for review should be sent.
Donnerstag, 3. Januar 2019
#CfP International #CriticalPsychology Praxis #Congress, 27-28 SEPTEMBER 2019, New Mexico College in Española
Donnerstag, 6. Dezember 2018
„Kontextualisierte Trauma-Arbeit gegen Gewalt an Frauen“
Ort: KulturKiezKneipe Laika, Emser Straße 131, S+U Neukölln
Zeit: Freitag, 14. Dezember 2018, 19.15 Uhr, Einlass ab 19.00
Ariane Brenssell stellt Verlauf und Erkenntnisse des Projekts „Feministische, kontextualisierte Trauma-Arbeit. Eine partizipative Forschung“ vor, die sie 2015 – 2018 mit dem Bundesverband Frauenberatungsstellen und Notrufen sowie mit Expertinnen aus Erfahrung durchführte. Sie zeigt,wie feministische, politische und subjektwissenschaftliche (kritisch-psychologische) Perspektiven den Blick auf Traumata verändern, und plädiert für eine Intervention in die aktuelle Traumadebatte.
Dr. phil. Ariane Brenssell ist Diplom-Psychologin und Professorin an der Ostfalia, Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Braunschweig / Wolfenbüttel.
Montag, 26. November 2018
Mittwoch, 21. November 2018
#UPCA/#UTC Conference - #Love, #Sex and #Psychotherapy in a Post-Romantic Era - London - Saturday 1st December 2018
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