New Therapist 100
The Centennial Edition
Towards the collaborative activity that is life itself
By Kenneth J. Gergen
By Michael Eigen
Why we need plain old therapy plain old therapy
By Jon G. Allen
By Jon Carlson
The three waves of psychotherapy
By Bill O’Hanlon
A consistent resource for therapist articles which we recommend for our health practitioners.
"New Therapist promises a home for eclectic voices addressing the healing potential of dialogue. I recommend it."
- The late Thomas Szasz, leading social critic of the moral and scientific foundations of psychiatry.
"New Therapist, a critical intelligence-gathering operation for the thinking therapist, offers a lively view of outer edge theoretical concepts, innovative practices and interviews. I particularly like its international scope and edgy, postmodern tone. It has replaced the old Family Therapy Networker on my shelf"
- Lynn Hoffman, leading international family and postmodern therapy practitioner.
"I find that New Therapist fairly and inclusively covers the field of modern therapies and does a fine job in that respect."
- The late Albert Ellis
"Throughout the world, therapists and other mental health professionals need a magazine that keeps up with the news in the field, offers timely articles from therapists with a wide range of backgrounds, and conveys the freshness and excitement if new developments in the field. New Therapist fulfils these needs and a lot more. It's a unique magazine and a great antidote for the sameness and boredom that therapists often experience in reading our all too repetitive literature and in working in a single mode with patients, whatever that mode may be."
- Robert Langs, author of 40 books on psychoanalysis