LondonUnited Kingdom EC1A 4DD
October 10, 2012
Technically an academic philosopher of psychiatry/mental health, though I'm much more interested in using philosophy in the real world and to help people (myself included) through everyday life.
Like-minded individuals who want to embrace non-academic philosophical thinking; "self-help" and community; a sense of fulfilment in learning how to think well; a haven away from intellectual self-satisfaction with thinking big thoughts and using unnecessarily long words.
Only just got to know about your talk. Finally someone is looking into the fact that distress in most cases results from 'problems of living'. Obviously personal resilience, theory of mind, unconditional love plus so many other aspects of life play a part. You may wish to give some consideration to Professor Dr Franz Ruppert work on Trauma, Bonding & Constellations which is the 1st of 3 books. Also Breggin & Cohen - Your drug may be your problem. Look forward to your talk.