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Nick Duffell

Nick Duffell was born in 1949. He went to boarding school in Europe and in the UK. After leaving Oxford University with a degree in Sanskrit, he taught at a boarding school in India before becoming a carpenter. Retraining as a psychotherapist, he then worked as a family therapist and organisational consultant. Nick has wide experience as a trainer and facilitator, writes and broadcasts on psychological issues and has two grown-up sons. He is the author of The Making of Them, (2000), Wounded Leaders: British Elitism and the Entitlement Illusion - a Psychohistory (2014), and is a contributor to the Dictionary of Humanistc Psychology. Nick and his wife Helena Løvendal-Duffell founded the Centre for Gender Psychology in 1996 and co-authored the acclaimed book Sex, Love and The Dangers of Intimacy, available from www.genderpsychology.com.


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The Establishment on the Couch
Saturday 9 May 2015







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Brett Kahr's Top Ten Psychotherapy Books - 2017
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