I’m happy to let you know I have written a chapter for a book entitled “The Alternative Well-Being Sciences Innovation Edition” that has just gone on sale.
My chapter examines the way Process-Oriented Psychology (also called "POP" and is the paradigm of psychotherapy I study and practice) innovates the work of Carl Jung, the father of Analytic Psychology. These innovations explain why POP is considered to be a post-Jungian paradigm of psychotherapy.
The book contains twelve chapters each written by different authors who were picked from around the globe and provide what the publisher described "as an extraordinary collection of articles exploring the role played by complementary and alternative health care in the general well-being and health of the public. The Alternative Well-Being Sciences Innovation Edition introduces fresh new ideas to the continuing debate over how we can transform the culture of medicine while providing ordinary people with the tools they need to make good health care decisions.Our aim is to give our readers an insight to some other alternatives and complimentary medicine available, whilst maybe working alongside traditional medicine practices."
This book covers a number of different modalities and approaches to health and well-being, including topics such as reflexology and the Human-Animal Connection and has been published by Lovely Silks Publishing.
It is available at the link below (you can also check-out a sample chapter written by one of the other authors).