Here are the details of some of my publications.
Barnett, L. (ed.) (2009) When Death Enters The Therapeutic Space, Existential Perspectives in Psychotherapy and Counselling, London: Routledge.
An initial chapter developing the philosophical roots of existential therapy is followed by 11 clinical
chapters with case vignettes throughout. Topics include: working with life-threatening illness, end of life issues,
suicide, bereavement, survivors of torture, and the 7/7 London bombings.
'This fine book should
be read by all students and practitioners of existential approaches to therapy and also by therapists of all orientations...'
Dr Nick Kirkland-Handley, JSEA 21.1 (2010)
'I would recommend this book to any practitioner at any level
of experience and of any orientation...' Dr Simone Lee, JSEA 21.1 (2010)
Barnett, L. and Madison,
G. (eds.) (2011) Existential Therapy: Legacy, Vibrancy and Dialogue, Routledge.
major anniversary book on Existential Therapy has been very warmly reviewed:
'a tour de force' Professor
Les Greenberg, Ontario
'a must-have book for everyone interested in existential therapy' Professor
Tom Greening, Saybrook University, USA
'the most prominent landmark in the field since ... the 1958 classic
Existence' Professor Bo Jacobsen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
'the best overview of existential
therapy to date' Dr Paul Smith Pickard, former Chair Society for Existential Analysis
who of existential therapy' Professor Robert Stolorow, USA
Both books are available
Barnett, L. (2009) Buber, Rogers, Levinas and the Supervisory Relationship, in van Deurzen, E. and Young,
S. (2009) Existential Supervision, London: Palgrave.
A neglected Client group, Therapy Today, May
Working with Intensive
Care Patients, Therapy Today, June
2006, Rugby: BACP
Affiliations and Organizations
BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy)
ICECAP (International Council for Existential Counselling and Psychotherapy) website
SEA(Society for Existential Analysis) website:
UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy and Counselling) website