I have written 61 articles and book chapters, 29 of which have been published in academic/professional peer reviewed journals, most of which can be accessed from the internet (but at a cost). I have also edited a Routledge book series, edited or co-edited four books and was the founder editor of a Routledge journal in the field which is now called Psychodynamic Practice.
My research interests include investigating the psycho-social aspects of psychotherapy today, developing the psychosomatic principles of anthroposophic psychotherapy (see links page for articles on anthroposophic psychotherapy), integrating the holistic bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach of anthroposophic psychotherapy with other approaches to therapy and working with psychotherapy and complementary and alternative medicine.
My clinical research into these methods has been published in the British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, the European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling and Research in Complementary Medicine, with other articles currently under peer review and in preparation.
My research interests also include developing creative transformational research methodologies, psychotherapeutic discourses and the micophenomena of clinical practice and practitioner research.
I have also undertaken a number of other scholarly activities – peer reviewing, developing criteria for accreditation and validation of courses, externally and internally examining several doctorates, external examiner for four postgraduate courses, to name a few.