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Renos K. Papadopoulos, Ph.D.
Chartered Clinical Psychologist, A.F.B.Ps.S.
Analytical Psychologist, I.A.A.P., U.K.C.P.
Training and Supervising Analyst, I.G.A.P.
Family Systems Psychotherapist, T.S.P., A.F.T., U.K.C.P.
20 Woodriffe Road
London E11 1AH
Tel. (020) 8556 3180
Fax. (020) 8532 8313
Professor of Analytical Psychology
University of Essex.
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
The Tavistock Clinic.
RELEVANT PSYCHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
Papadopoulos, R.K. & Saayman, G.S. (Eds.) Jung in Modern Perspective. London: Wildwood House, 1984. Also, in paperback: Garden City Park, NY: Avery Publishers, 1991. ISBN 1 85327 064 4
Papadopoulos, R.K. (Ed.) C.G. Jung: Critical Assessments. (In four volumes).London and New York: Routledge, 1992. ISBN 0415048303
Papadopoulos, R. K. & Byng-Hall, J. (Eds.) Multiple Voices: Narrative in Systemic Family Psychotherapy. London: Duckworth, 1997. New York: Routledge, 1997. Tavistock Clinic Series, ISBN 0 7156 2777 5
Papadopoulos, R. K., et al Violencia en Una Sociedad en Transición. San Salvador: PNUD, United Nations Development Program, 1998. ISBN 9992380101.
Papadopoulos, R. K. (Ed ‘No place like home’; therapeutic care for refugees. London: Karnac, (in press) . Tavistock Clinic Series
Papadopoulos, R. K. (Ed Handbook of Jungian Psychology. London and New York: Routledge (in press).
Gorell Barnes, G. & Papadopoulos, R. K. (invited editors) Refugees. A special issue of Context; the magazine of the Association for Family Therapy, 2001, No. 54, April. ISSN 0969-1936.
2. Chapters in books:
Papadopoulos, R. K. ‘Jung and the concept of the Other’. In Jung in Modern Perspective, edited by R.K. Papadopoulos and G.S. Saayman. London: Wildwood House, 1984 .
- ‘Dreaming, myth and paramythia’. In Proceedings of the Champernowne Trust Conference, Edited by Ruth Atkinson, 1992, pp.16-28.
- ‘Eastern Europe and Analytical Psychology’. In The Transcendent Function: Individual and Collective Aspects. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress for Analytical Psychology. Edited by Mary Ann Matoon. Einsiedeln: Daimon Verlag, 1993, 368-384.
- ‘The Tyranny of Change’. In Proceedings of the Champernowne Trust Conference, Edited by Penelope Hall, 1997, pp.6-14.
- ‘Archetypal Family Therapy: developing a Jungian approach to working with families’. In Psyche and Family, edited by Laura Dodson and Terrill Gibson. Wilmette, Il: Chiron, 1997.
- ‘Jungian Perspectives In New Contexts’ in The Jungians Today edited by Ann Casement. London and New York: Routledge, 1998.
- ‘Crónicas y psycologización de la violencia’. In Papadopoulos, R.K., et al. Violencia en Una Sociedad en Transición. San Salvador: PNUD, 1998.
- ‘A Moving Star: The Diana Phenomenon, Collective Masks of Individuality and Virtual Spirituality’ In When a Princess Dies. Reflections by Jungian Analysts, edited by Jane Haynes and Ann Shearer. London: Harvest Books, 1998.
- ‘Destructiveness and Healing’. In ‘Destruction and Creation: Personal and Cultural Transformations’ edited by M.A. Mattoon. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, 1999.
- ‘Analytical Psychology and Cultural Sensitivities’. In ‘Destruction and Creation: Personal and Cultural Transformations’ edited by M.A. Mattoon. Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, 1999.
- ‘Factionalism and interethnic conflict: narratives in myth and politics’. In ‘The Vision Thing. Myth, Politics and Psyche in the World’ edited by Thomas Singer. London and New York: Routledge, 2000.
- ‘A Matter of Shades: Trauma and Psychosocial Work in Kosovo’. In Psychosocial and Trauma Response in War-Torn Societies; the Case of Kosovo, edited by N. Losi. Geneva, I.O.M., 2000.
- ‘Refugees, home and trauma’. In ‘No place like home’; therapeutic care for refugees, edited by R. K. Papadopoulos. London: Karnac, (in press) . Tavistock Clinic Series.
- ‘ "But how can I help if I don't know ?" Supervising Work With Refugee Families’. In Systemic Supervision edited by David Campbell and Barry Mason. London: Karnac, (in press).
- ‘Narratives of translating - interpreting with refugees; the subjugation of individual discourses’. In ‘Working with Interpreters in Mental Health’ edited by Rachel Tribe and Hitesh Raval. London and New York: Routledge (in press).
- and Hulme, V. : ‘Transient familiar others. Uninvited persons in psychotherapy with refugees’. In ‘No place like home’; therapeutic care for refugees, edited by R. K. Papadopoulos. London: Karnac, (in press). Tavistock Clinic Series.
- and Hildebrand, J.: ‘Is Home Where The Heart Is? Narratives Of Oppositional Discourses in Refugee Families’. In Multiple Voices: Narrative in Systemic Family Psychotherapy, edited by R. Papadopoulos & J. Byng-Hall. London: Duckworth, 1997, pp.206-236.
Kuscu, M.K. and Papadopoulos, R. K.: ‘Working with psychosocial counsellors of refugees in their country of origin: Exploring the interaction of professional and other discourses’. In ‘No place like home’; therapeutic care for refugees, edited by R. K. Papadopoulos. London: Karnac, (in press) . Tavistock Clinic Series.
Tsiantis, J., Kolvin, I., Anastasopoulos, D., Trowell, J., Tomaras, V., Miles, G., Papadopoulos, R., Almqvist, F., Soinenen, M., Bostrom, C. ‘Psychotherapy for Early Adolescent Depression (P.E.A.D.): A Comparison of Two Psychotherapeutic Interventions in Three European Countries’. In Psychosocial Treatments for Child and Adolescent Disorders: Empirically Based Strategies for Private Practice, Hibbs, E.D., Jensen, P. (eds), American Psychological Association. (in press).
Byng-Hall, J., Campbell, D. and Papadopoulos R.K. Manual of Integrative Family Therapy. London: Tavistock Clinic Report, 1996.
4. Recent Relevant Papers:
Papadopoulos, R.K. ‘Jung i pojam drugog’. Gradina, 1988, broj 7-8, 144-174.
- ‘Images of healing and the overlapping contexts of psychotherapy’. Harvest;Journal for Jungian Studies, 1990, 35, 191-194.
- ‘Commentary on the 'Mirror and the Hammer'’ Free Associations: Psychoanalysis, Groups, Politics and Culture, 1993, Volume 3, Part 4, (Number 28), 612- 616.
- ‘Issues of Race in Culture in Training: Teaching and Supervision’. Proceedings of the Training Conference on Race & Culture in Clinical Psychology. Stratford: University of East London, 1994.
- ‘Therapeutic Presence and Witnessing’ Tavistock Gazette, 1996, pp.61-65
- ‘Individual Identity in the Context of Collective Strife’ in Eranos Yearbook, vol. 66, edited by James G. Donat and Jay Livernois. Woodstock, Connecticut: Spring Journal Books, 1997.
- ‘Is teaching Jung within university possible?’ The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 1997, vol.42, 2, 297-301.
- 'Individual identity and collective narratives of conflict'. Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies, 1997, vol. 43, No. 2, 7-26.
- ‘Destructiveness, atrocities and healing: epistemological and clinical reflections’. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 1998, vol. 43, No. 4, 455-477.
- ‘Working with families of Bosnian medical evacuees: therapeutic dilemmas’. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1999, Vol.4, No.1, 107-120.
- ‘Storied community as secure base. Response to the paper by Nancy Caro Hollander 'Exile: Paradoxes of loss and creativity'’. The British Journal of Psychotherapy, 1999, vol.15, no.3, 322-332.
- ‘Critical notice: "Contemporary Jungian Analysis" edited by I. Alister & C. Hauke’. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 1999, vol.44, No.2, 265-271.
- ‘Prospettive junghiane in nuovi contesti’. Studi Junghiani, 2000, 11, 21-50.
- ‘Distruttivita, efferatezze e terapia’ Anima. 2001, No.11, pp. 83-112.
- Review of the book: C. G. Jung and the Psychology of Symbolic Forms. By Petteri Pietikäinen. 1999. Harvest: Journal for Jungian Studies, 2001, Volume 47, number 2, 144 -148.
- ‘Refugees, therapists and trauma: systemic reflections’. Context; the magazine of the Association for Family Therapy, 2001, No. 54, April, pp. 5-8. Special issue on Refugees; edited by G. Gorell Barnes and R. K. Papadopoulos.
- ‘Riflessioni su trauma e lavoro psicosociale’. Psicoanalisi e Metodo (1) – L’incontro con l’alto. 2001, 107-124.
- ‘Refugee Families: issues of systemic supervision’. Journal of Family Therapy, 2001, vol.23, No. 4, 405- 422.
- ‘The other other: when the exotic other subjugates the familiar other’. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2002, 47, 163-188.
- and Saayman, G.S. ‘Towards a Jungian approach to Family Therapy’. Harvest; Journal for Jungian Studies, 1990, 35, 95-120.
- and Solomon, H ‘A review compendium’ The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 1995, vol. 40, Number 3, 435-474.
- Interview: Jane Haynes in conversation with Renos Papadopoulos’. In Saplink: Newsletter for the Society of Analytical Psychology. Number 18, June 1997, pp. 12-16.
Conn, P. and Papadopoulos, R. K.: ‘Clinical Psychology Services to Children; Organisational issues’ Clinical Psychology Forum, 1989, No.21, 2-7.
Faber, P.A., Saayman, G.S. and Papadopoulos, R.K. ‘Induced waking fantasy: Its effects upon the archetypal content of nocturnal dreams’. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 1983, 28, 141-164.
Gorell Barnes, G. and Papadopoulos, R. K. ‘Editorial’. Context; the magazine of the Association for Family Therapy, 2001, No. 54, April, pp. 1-4. Special issue on Refugees; edited by G. Gorell Barnes and R. K. Papadopoulos.
RENOS K. PAPADOPOULOS, Ph.D., is Professor of Analytical Psychology at the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies of the University of Essex; Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Systemic Family Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic, and Training and Supervising Jungian Psychoanalyst practising in London. He is the editor of 'Harvest; Journal for Jungian Studies', and Chairman of the Academic Standing Subcommittee of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. As consultant to the United Nations and other organisations (e.g. the Council of Europe, the Australian Aboriginal Council, the Ragiv Gandhi Foundation, the International Organisation for Migration, and the British Council), he has worked with survivors of violence and disaster in several countries.