Journal references

This is a selection of academic journal articles or conference proceedings focused on or referencing Processwork and deep democracy.

Audergon, A. (2004). Collective trauma: the nightmare of history. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 2(1), 16–31.

Audergon, A. (2006). Hot Spots: Post-conflict trauma and transformation. Critical Half: Biannual Journal of Women for Women International, 4(1), 41–44. 

Audergon, A., & Arye, L. (2005). Transforming conflict into community: post-war reconciliation in Croatia. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 3(2), 112–121. doi:10.1002/ppi.24

Baker, L. (2011). Process oriented ethical awareness: A therapist’s guide to dreaming, power and rank. In World Dreaming: World Congress for Psychotherapy (24-28 August). Sydney, Australia: The World Council for Psychotherapy and Psychevisual. 

Camastral, S. (2008). No Small Change: Process-Oriented Play Therapy For Children of Separating Parents. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 29(2), 100–106. doi:10.1375/anft.29.2.100

Collett, D. (2007). Coming together: power, rank and intercultural interaction. Developing inclusive approaches in higher education. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 7(5), 17–25. 

Collins, M. (1998). Occupational Therapy and Spirituality: Reflecting on Quality of Experience in Therapeutic Interventions. The British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 61(6), 280–284.

Collins, M. (2001). Who Is Occupied? Consciousness, Self Awareness and the Process of Human Adaptation. Journal of Occupational Science, 8(1), 25–32. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14427591.2001.9686482

Collins, M. (2004). Dreaming and Occupation. The British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 67(2), 96–98.

Collins, M. (2008a). Politics and the Numinous: Evolution, Spiritual Emergency , and the Re-emergence of Transpersonal Consciousness. Psychotherapy & Politics International, 6(3), 198–211. doi:10.1002/ppi

Collins, M. (2008b). Spiritual Emergency: Transpersonal, Personal, and Political Dimensions. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 6(1), 3–16. doi:10.1002/ppi

Collins, M. (2008c). Transpersonal identity and human occupation. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71(12), 549–552.

Collins, M. (2010). Spiritual Intelligence: Evolving Transpersonal Potential Toward Ecological Actualization For a Sustainable Future. World Futures: The Journal of Global Education, 66(5), 320–334.

Collins, M. (2011). The Akashic Field and Archetypal Occupations: Transforming Human Potential Through Doing and Being. World Futures: The Journal of Global Education, 67(7), 453–479. doi:10.1080/02604027.2011.563190

Collins, M. (2013). Asklepian dreaming and the spirit of transformational healing: linking the placebo response to therapeutic uses of self. Journal of Religion and Health, 52(1), 32–45. doi:10.1007/s10943-012-9614-9

Collins, M., & Wells, H. (2006). The politics of consciousness: illness or individuation? Psychotherapy and Politics International, 4(2), 131–141. doi:10.1002/ppi

Donovan, P. (2011). “I think we should take this offline ...”: conversational patterns that undermine effective decision making in action learning sets. Action Learning: Research and Practice, 8(2), 103–115. doi:10.1080/14767333.2011.581019

Donovan, P. (2013). Beyond Undiscussables? Why surfacing undiscussables in working groups is more important than ever. In Proceedings of the 6th International Colloquium of Business and Management, Thailand 2013 (pp. 1–16). International Colloquium on Business & Management 2007-2013. doi:978-0-9864590-4-9

Donovan, P. (2014). Leaders Behaving Badly: using power to generate undiscussables in Action Learning sets. Action Learning: Research & Practice, 11(2).

Elbaz-Luwisch, F. (2010). Writing and professional learning: the uses of autobiography in graduate studies in education. Teachers and Teaching, 16(3), 307–327. doi:10.1080/13540601003634404

Fisher, R. M. (2000). Towards an Integrative Literature Search: Reflections of a “Wild” Adult Learner. The Reference Librarian, 33(69-70), 407–417. doi:10.1300/J120v33n69_35

Fukao, A., Fujimi, Y., Okayama, S., Ushiroyama, T., Nakai, Y., & Hanaf’usa, T. (2007). The Case of Female Patient with Major Depression and Eating Disorder Treated Successfully by Process Oriented Psychology. In T. Tamada & H. Honjo (Eds.), Proceedings of The XV International Congress of the International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. Kyoto, Japan: Medimond. doi:Volume ISBN 978-88-7587-340-0

Grof, S. (2010). The Consciousness Revolution. In V. V. Kozlov, V. V. Maykov, & V. F. Petrenko (Eds.), Consciousness Revolution: Transpersonal Discoveries That Are Changing the World. Materials of the17th International Transpersonal Conference. Moscow, 23-27 July 2010. (pp. 100–103). Moscow: Presidium of the International Academy of Psychological Sciences. 

Jeleník, A. (2007). Possibilities of communication with people in coma and deep altered state of consciousness. Paidagogos, (1). 

Mindell, A. (1995). Moving the dreambody. Contact Quarterly, 20(1), 56–62.

Mindell, A. (1996). Discovering the world in the individual: the world channel in psychotherapy. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 36(3), 67–84. doi:10.1177/00221678960363005

Mindell, A. (2008). Bringing deep democracy to life: an awareness paradigm for deepening political dialogue, personal relationships, and community interactions. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 6(3), 212–225. doi:10.1002/ppi

Mindell, A., & Mindell, A. (2003). Short recipe for resolving conflict crises. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 1(1), 64–68. doi:10.1002/ppi.52

Morin, P. (2006). Rank and health: a conceptual discussion of subjective health and psychological perceptions of social status. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 4(1), 42–54. doi:10.1002/ppi.35

Ondrisová, S., Heretik, A., & Šípošová, M. (1999). Homophobia – consequences for psychotherapy. Česká a Slovenská Psychiatria (Czech and Slovak Psychiatry), 95(3), 135–141.

Ondrisová. S., Menkynová, S. (1999). Stalking an inner critic. Konfrontace, 10(4), 38–43.

Schuitevoerder, N., & Zweig, C. (1996). Life is but a dream an interview with Arnold Mindell. Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought, 33(1), 78–91. doi:10.1080/00332929608405731

Singer, J. (1995). Arny and Amy Mindell on Process Oriented Psychology (Interview). The San Francisco Jung Institute Library Journal, 13(4), 25–40. 

Spalding, M., & Khalsa, P. (2010). Aging Matters: Humanistic and Transpersonal Approaches to Psychotherapy With Elders With Dementia. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 50(2), 142–174. doi:10.1177/0022167809341995

Stein, D. (2004). Quantum Mind – The Edge Between Physics and Psychology. The Rose+Croix Journal, 1, 77–81. 

Szymkiewicz-Kowalska, B. (1999). Working with polarities, roles, and timespirits: A process oriented approach to emotions in the group. Groupwork: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Working with Groups, 11(1), 24–40.

Totton, N. (2007). Democracy and therapy. Therapy Today, 18(1). 

Tschuschke, V., Crameri, A., Koemeda, M., Schultess, P., Wyl, A. Von, & Weber, R. (2010). Fundamental Reflections on Psychotherapy Research and Initial Results of the Naturalistic Psychotherapy Study on Outpatient Treatment in Switzerland (PAP-S). International Journal for Psychotherapy, 14(3), 23–35. 

Wolf, F. A. (1994). The body in the mind. Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought, 30(1), 22–35.

Wyl, A. von, Crameri, A., Koemeda, M., Tschuschke, V., & Schulthess, P. (2013). Praxisstudie ambulante Psychotherapie Schweiz (PAP-S): Studiendesign und Machbarkeit (Effectiveness of Outpatient Psychotherapy in Switzerland (PAP-S study): Study design and feasibility). Psychotherapie-Wissenschaft, 3(1), 6–22. 

Young, C. (2010). The history and development of Body-Psychotherapy: European diversity. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(1), 5–19. doi:10.1080/17432970903499958

Young, C. (2011). The history and development of Body Psychotherapy: European collaboration. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(1), 57–68. doi:10.1080/17432979.2010.545189