Farhad Dalal is a psychotherapist and Group Analyst in private practice in Devon. He also works with organizations. Previusly he was Associate Fellow at the University of Hertfordshire's Business School and Visiting Professor at the PhD School, Open University of Holland.
His work to date has focussed primarily on the themes of psychotherapy, discrimination, equality and diversity. More recently he has been involved in developing a critique of CBT and scientism in psychotherapy.
He has published three books, Taking the Group Seriously; Race, Colour and the Processes of Racialization; and Thought Paralysis: The Virtues of Discrimination.
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