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Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies

For a Special Issue on

The Contributions and Legacy of Bernie Neville (1938-2021)

Manuscript deadline
09 May 2024

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Keith Tudor, Auckland University of Technology
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Jeffrey H. D. Cornelius-White, Missouri State University
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The Contributions and Legacy of Bernie Neville (1938-2021)

Keith Tudor and Jeff Cornelius-White invite papers that will evaluate Bernie Neville’s work and influence in person-centred and experiential psychotherapy. Bernie Neville (1938–2021) was a man of many parts. As far as his professional life was concerned encompassed a profound knowledge of person-centred psychology (PCP) in relation to

  • cultural psychology,
  • Jungian/analytic psychology,
  • and process philosophy.

Indeed, his writing on PCP reveals all these influences and his integral approach to thinking about therapy and life. His specific contribution to PCP included articles about

  • groups;
  • education;
  • the development of two of Rogers’ (1957, 1959) conditions of therapy;
  • ecopsychology; and, finally,
  • the substantiation of the work of Carl Rogers by the thinking of Alfred North Whitehead.

Submission Instructions

Please write to [email protected] and/or [email protected] if you are interested to participate in this special issue. A variety of shorter (e.g., 1500-4000) and full length (4000-7000) submissions are welcome on any of the above or other related topics. Please select the special issue title when submitting your paper. Articles for special issues undergo the same peer review processes as unsolicited articles. Please see the journal submission guidelines for more information. Submission deadline: May 1, 2024.

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