Staff

PhD Students (completed) in the Department

PhD Students (completed)

  • Dr Mary Addenbrooke - An Enquiry into Psychological Aspects of Recovery from Dependence on Psychoactive Chemical Substances
  • Dr Ann Addison - A Study of Transference Phenomena in the Light of the Jung’s Concept of Psychoid Processes
  • Dr Aida Alayarian - Trauma, Torture and Dissociations - A Psychoanalytic View
  • Dr David Alexander - Desert Spirituality and Existential Approaches to Combat-Related Trauma
  • Dr Aleka Alexopoulou - Using “Archetypal Family Therapy” for meta-analyzing family therapy procedures applied in single-parent families of depressed children
  • Dr Zibiah Alfred - Constructing refugee narratives; an investigation of a Refugee Communities History Project
  • Dr Elvin Aydin - A Psychodynamic Study Of Breast Cancer
  • Dr Aaron Balick - The multiplicity of gender; an integrative psychoanalytic approach to theorising gender and sexual identities
  • Dr Elizabeth Brodersen - Laws of Inheritance: On the Psychology of the Relationship between the First and Other(s) - A Post Jungian Perspective.
  • Dr Nayla Chalhoub-Mallat - The Paradoxical Feminine - Eating Disorders Beyond Gender
  • Dr Georgia Chalkia - The structuring function of absence: Non-representation, the missing paternal function and perverse defence
  • Dr Yiukee Chan - Experience into psychoanalytic ideas: A psychobiographical study of Ferenczi's Introjection
  • Dr Jacek Cieplinski - The Structure of Responsibility. Theoretical and empirical investigation of responsibility and its clinical relevance as a measurable concept in community and individual therapy
  • Dr Graham Clarke - Fairbain's Psychology of Dynamic Structure: Psychic Change, Creativity and Mature Dependence
  • Dr Giovanni Colacicchi - Jung and ethics: a conceptual exploration
  • Dr Clare Crellin - What Value Does Jung's Theory of Personality Have? A Critical Historical Study
  • Dr Trudy de Bendayán - Ecce Mulier: Nietzsche and the Eternal Feminine An Analytical Psychological Perspective
  • Dr Filipa de Castro - Psychoanalytic Research using Longitudinal Studies: An Inquiry on the Developmental Impact of Early Maternal Projections
  • Dr Kelly Dickeson - No Quick Fix: Applied Psychoanalysis for the Organization
  • Dr Angela Doran - Glasshouse Scholarship
  • Dr Karen Evers-Fahey - The Ego Concept in the Work of C G Jung
  • Dr Suzanne E Fontelieu - Pan Stalks America: Contemporary American Anxieties and Cultural Complex Theory
  • Dr Paul Ford - The Implications of Bisexuality for the Theories of Containment and Agency
  • Dr Christine Franke - Conditions and processes that are necessary to represent feelings in symbols
  • Dr Richard Frankel - Comparative Depth Psychological Approaches to the Dream
  • Dr Byron Jack Gaist - Creative Suffering and the Wounded Healer: Exploring the Interface of Analytical Psychology and Christian Theology, with brief reference to Countertransference Dynamics in Psychotherapy and Eastern Orthodox Spiritual Direction
  • Dr Leslie Gardner - C.G. Jung and G.B. Vico: An Exploration in Rhetoric
  • Dr Liana Guy - The Relevance and Utility of the Motif of the Wounded Healer for Contemporary Psychotherapists
  • Dr Josephine Harman - Exploration of birth anxieties & their mitigation in therapy
  • Dr Birgit Heuer - Toward Sanatology: A Clinical Theory of Health and Healing in the Context of Contemporary Quantum Research and Mysticism
  • Dr Gottfried Heuer - Otto Gross, Psycho-Analyst/-Anarchist. The Influence of the Life and Ideas of Otto Gross on the Life and Ideas of C.G. Jung. Anarchy, Psychoanalysis and Turn-of-the-Century German Culture.
  • Miss Mei-Tzu Ho - The Reception of Freudian theory in Taiwanese Culture and History
  • Dr Josh Holmes - The researcher’s emotional reactions and how they might provide a deeper understanding of the research process
  • Dr Lloyd Keane - Routes of Wholeness: Jung and the Western Esoteric Tree of Life
  • Dr Nancy Krieger - Bridges to Consciousness: Complexes and Complexity
  • Dr Bjorn Larsson - On Knowledge and Creativity in Inter-subjective Psychoanalysis Development, Clinic and Epistemology
  • Dr Nick Lewin - Conflict in the Collective: C.G. Jung’s Theory of the Collective Unconscious and its Use in His Explanation of International Politics and the Causes of War
  • Dr Angela Loulopoulou - Positive Psychology and the Refugee Experience: Literature review; viewing refugeedom from a positive psychology spectrum
  • Dr Eleni Loupou - An exploration and reflection on the work of teachers with Emotionally and Behaviourally disturbed pupils and the dynamics operating in Pupil Referral Unit classroom
  • Dr Monica Luci - Torture as a no man's land of mind
  • Dr Mathew Mather - The alchemical Mercurius – esoteric symbol of Jung’s life and works
  • Dr Christian McMillan - Deleuze’s ‘image of thought’ in Jung’s Whole-Self: A critical study
  • Dr Marie-Louise Mederer - Chance, creativity and meaning in Peirce, Jung and Breton.
  • Dr Tiago Mendes - Portuguese and British Mental Health Care Institutions: a Cross-Cultural study on Social Defence Systems
  • Dr Judith Merenfeld de Moscu - The Unconscious and the Bible: An analysis of pentateuchal excerpts in the light of Matte Blanco's bi-logical approach
  • Mr Christos Mertzanakis - Does a prison form part of an Oedipus Complex for a sex-offender member of an analytic group conducted in a prison setting? An empirical enquiry
  • Dr S Miyagi - Images and Narratives of Development in Analytical Psychology
  • Dr Georg Nicolaus
  • Dr Tamaki Noro - A Study on the Motivation of Sexual Violence in WWII: The Conflict of Masculinity in Warfare
  • Dr Sheila O'Sullivan - A Study of Elective Childlessness - Is there binary thinking in the consulting room?
  • Dr Ewa Rudvik - The beginnings of Psychoanalysis
  • Dr Matias Sanfuentes - Regression and Group Psychotherapy
  • Dr Patrick Schotanus - The Archetypal Market Hypothesis: A Complex Psychology Perspective of the Market's Mind
  • Dr Gülenbaht Şentürk - The Impact of Involuntary Dislocation on Bulgarian Turkish Couples: A Psychosocial Approach from a Psychoanalytic Perspective
  • Dr Paul Sepping - Story Co-Construction as an Interpretive Skill in the Analytical Psychotherapies
  • Dr Margaret Sesay - Factors that lead to positive responses (resilience and adversity-activated development) of Sierra Leonean refugee women living in the UK
  • Dr Christina Sjöström - Similarities and differences between individuation in analytical psychology and psycho-spiritual transformation in holistic spirituality
  • Dr Margaret Spelman - The Evolution of Winnicott’s Thinking: A study of the Concept of Transitional Phenomena over Three Generations
  • Dr Kalina Stamenova - Envy in Education
  • Dr Gillian Steggles - The nature of the relations between internal objects and mental representations as functional internal concepts of external reality
  • Dr Craig Stephenson - The Concept and Process of 'Possession' in Jungian Psychology
  • Dr Nick Stratton - Analytical Psychology and Learning Theory
  • Dr Jennifer Swan - On Spirit and Self: Chagall, Jung and Religion
  • Dr Metasebia Tadesse - Constructing Identities among Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Adolescents in exile
  • Dr Nuno Torres - Bion’s Protomental System: A Bio-psychoanalytic-social model
  • Dr Hsiu-Chuan (Robin) Tu - Surviving suicide and autobiographical performance: a Jungian exploration using applied theatre
  • Dr Grigorios Chrysostomos Tympas - Individuation and 'Theosis': The Dynamics of Psychological and Spiritual Development in Carl G Jung and Maximus the Confessor
  • Dr Marcel Van Den Akker - "TO BE FULL OF THINGS IS TO BE EMPTY OF GOD" Renunciation in Catholicism and Analytical Psychology
  • Dr Teodora Velletri - Mircea Eliade and Depth Psychology
  • Dr Dimitris Vonofakos - Differentiating Anxiety, Defence and Reality-oriented functioning in the Psychodynamics of Social Systems: observing the unconscious cultures of psychiatric institutions
  • Dr Clare Wilde - Myth-Representation (Language as Other?)
  • Dr Kumiko Yamane - Female Individuation and Androgyny in Girl’s Comic Books in Japan
  • Dr Anastasia Yiannakou - Migration and Resilience - A Jungian Perspective
  • Dr Angeliki Yiassemides - Jung and Time
  • Dr Giulia Zucca - Exploring the complexity of the refugee experience: Towards an embodied narration

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