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Prof. Renos Papadopoulos

Books:

Jung in Modern Perspective. With Saayman, G.S. (Eds.). London: Wildwood House, 1984. Also, in paperback: Garden City Park, NY: Avery Publishers, 1991.

C.G. Jung: Critical Assessments. (In four volumes). London and New York: Routledge, 1992.

Multiple Voices: Narrative in Systemic Family Psychotherapy. With Byng-Hall, J. (Eds.) London: Duckworth, 1997. New York: Routledge, 1997. London: Karnac, 2002.

Et al. Violencia en Una Sociedad en Transición. San Salvador: PNUD, United Nations Development Program, 1998.

Therapeutic Care for Refugees. No Place Like Home. London: Karnac, 2002. Tavistock Clinic Series.

The Handbook of Jungian Psychology, Theory, Practice and Applications. London and New York: Routledge, 2006.

 

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.

— ‘ “But how can I help if I don't know?” Supervising Work With Refugee Families’. In Perspectives on Supervision edited by David Campbell and Barry Mason. London: Karnac, 2002.

— ‘Distruttività, atrocità e cura: riflessioni cliniche ed epistemologiche’. In La Guerra Moderna Come Malattia Della Civiltà, edited by Nicole Janigro. Milano: Bruno Mondadori, 2002. 

— ‘Word Association’; entry in the ‘Dictionnaire International de la psychanalyse’, edited by Alain de Mijolla. Paris:Calmann-Lévy, 2002. 

— ‘Destructiveness, atrocities and healing: epistemological and clinical reflections’. In Terrorism and War. Unconscious Dynamics of Political Violence, edited by C. Covington, P. Williams, J. Arundale and J. Knox. London: Karnac. 2002.

— ‘Refugees, therapists and trauma’. In Mental Health Concerns of People Affected by Terrorism, edited by Niraj Seth. New Delhi: Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, 2002.

— ‘Working with survivors of political violence’. In Between Sessions and Beyond the Couch, edited by Joan Raphael-Leff. Colchester: CPS Psychoanalytic Publications, 2002.

— ‘Refugees, home and trauma’. In Therapeutic Care for Refugees. No Place Like Home, edited by R. K. Papadopoulos. London: Karnac, 2002 . Tavistock Clinic Series.

— ‘Terrorism and Panic’. In 'Negotiating Power' edited by Penelope Hall. London: The Champernowne Trust, 2002. 

— ‘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: Brunner - Routledge, 2003.

— ‘Refugees, therapists and trauma: Systemic reflections’. In The Challenges of Families and Family Therapists in the Balkan Transition, edited by Jasminka Veselinovic. Belgrade: Centar za Porodicu, 2004. 

— ‘Political Violence, Trauma and Mental Health Interventions’ in 'With art. Without illusion. Art Therapy and Political Violence' edited by Debra Kalmanowitz and Bobby Lloyd. London: Brunner-Routledge 2005.

— ‘Mythical dimensions of storied communities in political conflict and war’. In 'Balkan Currents: Essays in Honour of Kjell Magnusson' edited by Tomislav Dulic, Roland Kostic, Ivana Macek and Jasenka Trtak. Uppsala Multiethnic Papers, 49 (Uppsala: Centre for Multiethnic Research, Uppsala University, 2005).

— ‘Migration, nostos, and trauma’ (in Greek). In Intercultural Crossroads in Greece. Repatriation and psychosocial adjustment, edited by Antonia Papastylianou. Athens: Hellinika Grammata, 2005.

— ‘Refugees and Mental Health’. In ‘Guide to a Healthy Planet’. Colchester: University of Essex, 2005.

— ‘Jung’s Epistemology and Methodology’. In Handbook of Jungian Psychology. Theory, Practice and Applications, edited by Renos K. Papadopoulos. London and New York: Routledge, 2006.

— ‘I rifugiati, la ‘casa’ e il trauma’. In Papadopoulos, R. K. (a cura di) L’assistenza terapeutica ai rifugiati. Nessun luogo è come case propria. Roma: Edizioni Magi. 2006.

— ‘Extending Jungian Psychology. Working with survivors of political upheavals’. In ‘Sacral Revolutions: Cutting Edges in Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis’ edited by G. Heuer. London: Routledge. 2009. 

— Extending Jungian Psychology. Working with survivors of political upheavals. In Sacral Revolutions. Edited by G. Heuer. London: Routledge. 2009.

— Jung and Otherings in South Africa. In Bennett, P (Editor) Journeys, Encounters: Clinical, Communal, Cultural. Einsiedeln: Daimon Verlag. 2009.

— Contributions in The Edinburgh International Encyclopaedia of Psychoanalysis, edited by R.M. Skelton. Edinburgh: Edinbugh University Press. 2009. 

— Deepening Connections. In Living with Jung. Enterviews with Jungian Analysts. Vol. 3. Edited by Robert and Janis W Henderson. Spring Publications. 2010.

— Working with refugee and asylum seeking families. In “Race” and Culture. Tools, Techniques and Trainings. A Manual for Professionals. Edited by Singh, R. & Dutta, S. London: Karnac, 2010. 

— Foreword to the book ‘C.G. Jung and Nikolai Berdyaev. Individuation and the person. A critical comparison.’ London and New York: Routledge. 2011.

— ‘Keep Thy Mind in Hell and Despair Not’ Reflections on psychosocial work with survivors of political violence. In The Spirit of Creation and New Creation: Science and Theology in Western and Orthodox Realms, edited by Michael Welker. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 2012, pp.143-160.

— Strengthening psychological resilience in conditions of vulnerability. A trainer’s manual. (in Greek). Athens: Babel, 2012. 

— and Hulme, V.: ‘Transient familiar others. Uninvited persons in psychotherapy with refugees’. In Therapeutic Care for Refugees. No Place Like Home, edited by R. K. Papadopoulos. London: Karnac, 2002. Tavistock Clinic Series.

— e Hulme, V. (2006). Persone ‘altre’ familiari transitorie. Le persone non invitate nella psicoterapia con i rifiugiati. In: Papadopoulos, R. K. (a cura di). L’assistenza terapeutica ai rifugiati. Nessun luogo è come case propria. Roma: Edizioni Magi. (pp. 173-200). 

— 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.

— e Hildebrand, J. (1999). La casa è dove è il cuore? Narrazioni di discorsi antagonisti nei racconti delle famiglie di profughi. In: Papadopoulos, R.K. e Byng-Hall, J. (a cura di). Voci multiple: la narrazione nella psicoterapia sistemica familiare. Milano: Bruno Mondadori. (TSC: Tavistock studi clinici).

— 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 Therapeutic Care for Refugees. No Place Like Home, edited by R. K. Papadopoulos. London: Karnac, 2002. Tavistock Clinic Series.

— Kuscu, M.K. e Papadopoulos, R. K. Il lavoro con I consulenti psico-sociali dei rifiugiati nel paese d’ origine. In: Papadopoulos, R. K. (a cura di) L’assistenza terapeutica ai rifugiati. Nessun luogo è come case propria. Roma: Edizioni Magi. 2006. (pp. 297-314).

— Losi, N. and Papadopoulos, R. (2004). ‘Post-conflict constellations of violence and the psychosocial approach of the International Organization for Migration (IOM)’. In ‘Project One Billion; Book of Good Practices’, edited by Richard Mollica et al. Rome: Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma.

— 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. (2003).
 

 

Manuals:

Byng-Hall, J., Campbell, D. and Papadopoulos R.K. Manual of Integrative Family Therapy. London: Tavistock Clinic Report, 1996.

Papadopoulos, R.K.(2010). Trainers’ Handbook. Enhancing Vulnerable Asylum Seekers’ Protection. Rome: International Organisation for Migration. http://www.evasp.eu/TrainersHandbookOnline.pdf

CVS Consultants (1999) A Shattered World - the mental health needs of refugees and newly arrived communities. London.

Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (2001) Living Again. Couns elling Support for Dealing with Traumatised Persons. New Delhi. 
 

 

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.

— ‘Terrorismo e panico’. Rivista di Psicologia Analitica (thematic title: Il Terrore Nell’ Anima), 2002, no. 13 (65), 165-181. 

— ‘The other other: when the exotic other subjugates the familiar other’. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 2002, vol. 47, No.2, 163-188. 

— ‘Refugee Families’. The Psychologist; the magazine of the British Psychological Society, October, 2002, vol 15, No 10. 

— ‘Terrorisme et panique’. Cahiers Jungiens de Psychanalyse, Automne 2003, Numéro 108, 7-20. 

— ‘Applying Jungian psychology to socio-political contexts’. Psyche (the Journal of the Japanese Jungian Society), 2005, vol. 24, 5-13 (in Japanese).

— Terrorism and psychological trauma. Psychosocial perspectives. The Journal of the Psychological Foundations, New Delhi, 2005, Vol VII (2), 6-15. 

— Terrorism and panic. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 2006, Vol. 4 Number 2, 90-100. 

— ‘Refugees and psychological trauma: Psychosocial perspectives’. Invited contribution to ‘Good Practice Website Project’. 2006. Can be accessed at link

— Refugees, Trauma and Adversity-Activated Development. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 9 (3), September, 2007, 301-312. 

— ‘Trauma: inner and outer dimensions’. Journal of Clinical Psychology of Toyo Eiwa University (Tokyo), volume 10, April 2007.

— Systemic Challenges in a Refugee Camp. Context, the Journal of the Association of Family Therapy, August, 2008, p 16-19.

— L’Umwelt, Jung e le reti di immagini archetipiche. (The Umwelt, Jung and Networks of Archetypal Images). Rivista di Psicologia Analitica. Nuova serie n.26, Volume 78 / 2008, pp. 93-128.

— Refugees, Trauma and Adversity-Activated Development. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 2007, 9 (3), September, 301-312.

— Systemic Challenges in a Refugee Camp. Context, the Journal of the Association of Family Therapy, 2008 August, p 16-19.

— ‘Extending Jungian Psychology. Working with survivors of political upheavals’. In ‘Sacral Revolutions: Cutting Edges in Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis’ edited by G. Heuer. London: 2009, Routledge. 

— Jung and Otherings in South Africa. In Bennett, P (Editor) Journeys, Encounters: Clinical, Communal, Cultural. Einsiedeln: 2009, Daimon Verlag.

— Deepening Connections. In Living with Jung. Enterviews with Jungian Analysts. Vol. 3. Edited by Robert and Janis W Henderson. Spring Publications, 2010.

— Working with refugee and asylum seeking families. In “Race” and Culture. Tools, Techniques and Trainings. A Manual for Professionals. Edited by Singh, R. & Dutta, S. London: 2010, Karnac.

— The Umwelt and Networks of Archetypal Images; a Jungian approach to therapeutic encounters in humanitarian contexts. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 2011. Vol. 9, Number 3, 212-231. 

— A psychosocial framework in working with refugees. This paper was published originally in Korean in ‘Nancen’ on 16 December 2011 http://nancen.tistory.com/696

— 'Ethnopsychologische Annäherungen an Überlebende von Katastrophen. Prolegomena zu einer jungianischen Perspektive. Analytische Psychologie. Zeitschrift für Psychotherapie und Psychanalyse. Heft 172, 44. Jg., 2/2013, 134-171.

— 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.

— 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.

— Muneghina, O. and Papadopoulos, R.K. (2010). Enhancing Vulnerable Asylum Seekers’ Protection. Transnational Report. Rome: International Organisation for Migration. http://www.evasp.eu/RapportoTransnazionaleOnline.pdf

— Voulgaridou, M.G., Papadopoulos, R.K. and Tomaras, V. (2006) Working with refugee families in Greece: systemic considerations. Journal of Family Therapy, vol 28, no.2, p. 200-220

 

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