Conscience and Critic: The Selected Works of Keith Tudor brings together 35 years of Keith Tudor’s finest contributions to the field of mental health. Covering a wide range of subjects that encompass psychotherapy, social policy and positive mental health or wellbeing, Keith reflects on practice and theory from his wealth of experience in various fields of practice, including probation, counselling, field, hospital and psychiatric social work, psychotherapy, supervision, and education and training.
Over the span of his professional career, Keith’s concerns and contributions have focused on the interface between psyche and society. This is reflected in his writings on the politics of disability, mental health reform, class-conscious therapeutic practice, the application and critique of theory, health and professional regulation and registration.
Conscience and Critic will be of interest to psychotherapists and mental health practitioners, as well as students of psychotherapy.