Professor Renos Papadopoulos

Department of Psychosocial and Psychoanalytic Studies
Professor Renos Papadopoulos
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    5A.122, Colchester Campus



Founder and Director of the ‘Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees’, founder and Course Director of the MA and PhD in 'Refugee Care'. A member of the ‘Human Rights Centre’, of the ‘Transitional Justice Network’ and of the ‘Armed Conflict and Crisis Hub’ all at the University of Essex. Honorary Clinical Psychologist and Systemic Family Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic. He is a practising Clinical Psychologist, Family Therapist and Jungian Psychoanalyst, who also has been involved in the training and supervision of specialists in these three spheres. As consultant to the United Nations and other organisations, he has been working with refugees, tortured persons, trafficked people and other survivors of political violence and disasters in many countries. He lectures and offers specialist trainings internationally and his writings have appeared in 18 languages. Recently, he was given Awards by the 'European Family Therapy Association' for Life-time ‘Outstanding contribution to the field of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice’, by the University of Essex for the 'Best International Research Impact’, by two Mexican Foundations for his ‘exceptional work with vulnerable children and families in Mexico’, and by the 'International Association for Jungian Studies' the 'C.G. Jung 2022 Award' for Life-time contribution in Jungian scholarship.   In December 2023, Professor Papadopoulos was made a Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Currently, supervising the following PhD research: 1. Daniela Peruzzo: Narrative in asylum seeking: A conceptual and empirical analysis. 2. Yu-han Chen: Long-term adversity-activated development in females exposed to involuntary dislocation: A case study of the 921 Chi-Chi earthquake in Taiwan. 3. Sarah Hammad: Towards a social psychoanalytic understanding of refugee phenomena 4. Snigdha Asirvatham: An exploration of adversity-activated development in refugee communities based in New Delhi, India. 5. Christos Dimitriadis: Humanitarian Staff Wellbeing and Burnout: Developing a new psychosocial framework based on Refugee Care principles. 6. Ekta Srivastava: On psychic shelters and survival. A critical-cultural psychoanalytic study of the sense of 'home in the lives of migrant women in Delhi's Urban villages. 7. Jadranka Milovanovic-Cassar: Restoring Hope and Promoting Healing: Spiritual Considerations and Jungian Perspectives to Refugee Care. 8. Vasili B. E. Hillhouse: Enhancing Contemporary Couple Therapies with Orthodox Christian Insights. PhD Theses supervised in the recent past: 1. Shiho Miyagi: Images and Narratives of Development in Analytical Psychology. 2. Nick Lewin: Conflict in the Collective: C.G. Jung’s Theory of the Collective Unconscious and its Use in His Explanation of International Politics and the Causes of War. 3. Clare Wilde: Myth-Representation; Language as Other? 4. Anastasia Yiannakou: Migration and Resilience; A Jungian Perspective. 5. Nick Stratton: Analytical Psychology and Learning Theory. 6. Angela Loulopoulou: The Refugee Experience and Positive Psychology; Shifting Perceptions and Attitudes. 7. Leslie Gardner: C.G. Jung and G.B. Vico: An Exploration in Rhetoric. 8. Byron Gaist: Creative Suffering and the Wounded Healer; Exploring the Interface of Analytical Psychology and Christian Theology, with reference to Countertransference Dynamics in Psychotherapy and Eastern Orthodox Spiritual Direction. 9. Angeliki Yiassemides: Jung and Time. 10. Craig Stephenson: The Concept and Process of 'Possession' in Jungian Psychology. 11. Judith Moscu: The Unconscious and the Bible: An analysis of Pentateuchal excerpts in the light of Matte Blanco's bi-logical approach. 12. Zibiah Alfred: Constructing refugee narratives; an investigation of a Refugee Communities History Project. 13. Ana Ljubinkovic (co-supervised): The Victims of Humanitarian Intervention: a study of the psychosocial impact of the involvement of the ‘United Nations Operation in Somalia’. 14. Edward Martin (co-supervised): Fire and Brimstone in the consulting Room. An Analytical Psychological Perspective on the Protestant Fundamentalist Concept of Hell. 15. Fiona Ross (co-supervised): Jungian Contributions to the Theoretical Understanding of Perversion. 16. David Vincent: The Working Theories of Group-analytic Psychotherapists. Exploring the Impact of Foulksian Group Analytic approach. 17. Georg Nicolaus: The Understanding of the Person in C.G. Jung’s Psychology and Nikolai Berdyaev’s Philosophy. 18. Aleka Alexopoulou: Using ‘Archetypal Family Therapy’ for meta-analysing family therapy procedures applied in single-parent families of depressed children. 19. Grigorios Tympas: Individuation and 'Theosis': The Dynamics of Psychological and Spiritual Development in C.G. Jung and Maximus the Confessor. 20. Monica Luci: Torture as a no man's land of mind. 21. Metasebia Tadesse: Constructing Identities among Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Adolescents in exile. 22. Robin Tu: Surviving suicide and autobiographical performance; a Jungian exploration using applied theatre. 23. Giulia Zucca: Exploring the complexity of the refugee experience; Towards an embodied narration 24. Margaret Sesay: Factors that lead to positive responses (resilience and adversity-activated development) of Sierra Leonean refugee women living in the UK. 25. Elisabeth Iberni: Attachment theory and analytical psychology. An exploration in a cross-cultural perspective: the case of post-conflict Kosovo. 26. Gülenbaht Sentürk: The Impact of Involuntary Dislocation on Bulgarian Turkish Couples: A Psychosocial Approach from a Psychoanalytic Perspective. 27. David Alexander: Orthodox Christian Spirituality and Existential Approaches to Combat-Related Trauma. 28. Mustafa Qossoqsi: Intergenerational Psychosocial Effects of the Nakbah: Narratives of Trauma and Resilience. 29. Fani Chondrou: The Effects of Refugeedom on Adolescents in Greece and the UK: Negative Responses, Resilience and Adversity-Activated Development. 30. Mandy Fealy (co-supervisor): The ‘Good Enough Survivor’: Strategies for preparing organisations and employees for Collective Traumas. 31. Christos Peristianis (co-supervisor): ‘Remembering Refugeehood’: Memory and transmission in an extended family of Greek Cypriot refugees. 32. Helena Delgado Da Silveira Ramos: ‘The experienced complexity of "home" in migration: A psychosocial empirical investigation' . 33. Federica Micoli: Psychosocial approaches to the human rights of asylum seekers and refugees, with a particular focus on the situation in South Africa. 34. Mehmet Demir: The Varieties of Effects of Using a Later-learned Language in Psychotherapy: A Psychoanalytic-Linguistic Investigation with Particular Reference to Involuntarily Dislocated Persons.


University of Essex

  • Director, Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees (2007 - present)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Involuntary dislocation (forced migration), trauma and refugees

Open to supervise

Working with survivors of violence (torture) and disasters

Open to supervise

Psychosocial humanitarian interventions

Open to supervise

Psychosocial perspectives on Human Rights

Open to supervise

The interface between Analytical Psychology and systems, family therapy, and culture

Open to supervise

Epistemology of therapeutic endeavours

Open to supervise

Academic and professional interface with Eastern Orthodox Christianity.

Open to supervise

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Approaches to War, Culture and Society (HR962)

  • Human Rights: Theories and Applications (HU901)

  • Trauma and Recovery: A Psychodynamic Approach (PA223)

  • Psychosocial Perspectives on Human Rights (PA932)

  • Therapeutic Care for Refugees (PA937)

  • Placements in Refugee Care (PA938)

  • Selected Applications of Analytical Psychology (PA974)

  • Dissertation - MA Refugee Care (PA982)

Previous supervision

Mehmet Emin Demir
Mehmet Emin Demir
Thesis title: The Varieties of Effects of Using a Later-Learned Language in Psychotherapy: A Psychoanalytic-Linguistic Investigation with Particular Reference to Involuntarily Dislocated Persons
Degree subject: Refugee Care
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 19/6/2023
Efsevia Eirini Koutantou
Efsevia Eirini Koutantou
Thesis title: Young Adults, Subjectivity and Desire of the Other in the Context of the Greek Economic Crisis
Degree subject: Psychoanalytic Studies
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 11/8/2022
Ahmad JN Kh Almutairi
Ahmad JN Kh Almutairi
Degree subject: Refugee Care
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 10/11/2021


Journal articles (40)

Barnicot, K., McCabe, R., Bogosian, A., Papadopoulos, R., Crawford, M., Aitken, P., Christensen, T., Wilson, J., Teague, B., Rana, R., Willis, D., Barclay, R., Chung, A. and Rohricht, F., (2023). Predictors of Post-Traumatic Growth in a Sample of United Kingdom Mental and Community Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 20 (4), 3539-3539

Papadopoulos, R., (2022). Therapeutic applications in Humanitarian contexts.. International Journal of Psychotherapy. Vol. 26 (2), 83-96

Papadopoulos, R. and Hsiu-Chuan, T., (2022). How does someone experience a loss to suicide? A narrative exploration.. Journal of Suicidology. 17 (2), 188-197

Papadopoulos, R., (2021). The approach of Synergic Therapeutic Complexity with Involuntarily Dislocated people.. Systemic Thinking and Psychotherapy. 18

Papadopoulos, RK. and Gionakis, N., (2018). The neglected complexities of refugee fathers. Psychotherapy and Politics International. 16 (1), e1438-e1438

Papadopoulos, RK., (2018). An uncertain safety: integrative health care for the 21st century refugees. European Journal of Psychotraumatology. 9 (1), 1549929-1549929

Karageorge, A., Rhodes, P., Gray, R. and Papadopoulos, RK., (2017). Refugee and staff experiences of psychotherapeutic services. Intervention. 15 (1), 51-69

Karageorge, A., Rhodes, P., Gray, R. and Papadopoulos, R., (2017). Relationship and family therapy for newly-resettled refugees: A qualitative inquiry of an innovative, needs-adapted approach in Sydney, Australia. European Psychiatry. 41 (S1), S622-S623

Shea, S., Samoutis, G., Wynyard, R., Samoutis, A., Lionis, C., Anastasiou, A., Araujo, A., Papageorgiou, A. and Papadopoulos, RK., (2016). Encouraging compassion through teaching and learning: a case study in Cyprus. Journal of Compassionate Health Care. 3 (10)

Kiehl, E. and Papadopoulos, RK., (2016). Some thoughts on... (Renos Papadopoulos interviewed by Emilija Kiehl). International Association for Analytical Psychology Newsheet

Papadopoulos, RK., (2015). Trauma e processi di resilienza; un approccio psicosociale. Prospettive Sociali e Sanitarie. XLV, 6-9

Papadopoulos, RK., (2014). L'altro altro: quando l'altro esotico sottomette l'altro familiare. Rivista di Psicologia Analitica. 90 (38), 55-88

D'Elia, A. and Papadopoulos, RK., (2014). Dove sta andando la terapia familiare nel mondo? intrivista a Renos Papadopoulos.. TERAPIA FAMILIARE (105), 77-83

Papadopoulos, RK., (2013). Ethnopsychologische Annäherungen an Überlebende von Katastrophen. Prolegomena zu einer jungianischen Perspektive. Analytische Psychologie. 172 (44), 134-171

Papadopoulos, RK., (2011). The Umwelt and Networks of Archetypal Images: A Jungian Approach to Therapeutic Encounters in Humanitarian Contexts. Psychotherapy and Politics International. 9 (3), 212-231

Papadopoulos, RK., (2010). Editorial. International Journal of Jungian Studies. 2 (2), 85-85

Papadopoulos, RK., (2010). FRED PLAUT. Journal of Analytical Psychology. 55 (1), 149-154

Papadopoulos, RK., (2008). L' Umwelt, Jung e le reti di immagini archetipiche.. Rivista di Psicologia Analitica. Nuova serie. 26 (78), 93-128

Papadopoulos, RK., (2008). Systemic Challenges in a Refugee Camp. Context, the Journal of the Association of Family Therapy, 16-19

Papadopoulos, RK., (2007). Refugees, trauma and Adversity-Activated Development. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling. 9 (3), 301-312

Voulgaridou, MG., Papadopoulos, RK. and Tomaras, V., (2006). Working with refugee families in Greece: systemic considerations. Journal of Family Therapy. 28 (2), 200-220

Papadopoulos, RK., (2006). Terrorism and panic. Psychotherapy and Politics International. 4 (2), 90-100

Papadopoulos, R., (2005). Applying Jungian Psychology to socio-political contexts (in Japanese). PSYCHE (The Journal of the Japanese Jungian Society). 24, 5-13

Papadopoulos, RK., (2003). Terrorisme et panique. Cahiers jungiens de psychanalyse. n° 108 (3), 5-20

Papadopoulos, RK., (2002). The other other: when the exotic other subjugates the familiar other. Journal of Analytical Psychology. 47 (2), 163-188

Papadopoulos, R., (2002). Refugee families. Psychologist. 15 (10), 517-

Papadopoulos, RK., (2001). Refugee families: issues of systemic supervision. Journal of Family Therapy. 23 (4), 405-422

Papadopoulos, R., (2001). Riflessioni su trauma e lavoro psicosociale. Psicoanalisi e Metodo. 1 (L’incontro con l’alto), 107-124

Papadopoulos, R., (2001). Refugees, therapists and trauma: systemic reflections. Context; the magazine of the Association for Family Therapy. 54 (April), 5-8

Papadopoulos, R., (2000). Prospettive Junghiane in nuovi contesti. Studi Junghiani. 11, 83-112

Papadopoulos, RK., (1999). Critical Notice. Journal of Analytical Psychology. 44 (2), 265-271

Papadopoulos, R., (1999). Working with Bosnian Medical Evacuees and their Families: Therapeutic Dilemmas. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 4 (1), 107-120


Papadopoulos, RK., (1998). Destructiveness, atrocities and healing: epistemological and clinical reflections. Journal of Analytical Psychology. 43 (4), 455-477

Papadopoulos, R., (1997). Is teaching Jung within university possible?: a response to David Tacey. Journal of Analytical Psychology. 42 (2), 297-301

Papadopoulos, R., (1997). Individual Identity in the Context of Collective Strife. Eranos Yearbook. 66

Papadopoulos, R., (1997). Individual identity and collective narratives of conflict. Harvest: journal for Jungian studies. 43 (2), 7-26

Papadopoulos, R., (1996). Therapeutic presence and witnessing. The Tavistock Gazette, 61-65

Papadopoulos, R., (1990). Images of healing and the overlapping contexts of psychotherapy. Harvest: journal for Jungian studies. 35, 191-194

FABER, PA., SAAYMAN, GS. and PAPADOPOULOS, RK., (1983). Induced Waking Fantasy. Journal of Analytical Psychology. 28 (2), 141-164

Books (17)

Papadopoulos, RK., (2022). Dislocazione involontaria. Trauma e resilienza nell'esperienza di sradicamento. 8833940225. 9788833940229

Papadopoulos, RK., (2022). Foreword: Jung and the other in historical and theoretical perspectives

Papadopoulos, RK., (2021). Involuntary Dislocation Home, Trauma, Resilience and Adversity-Activated Development. Routledge. 0415682770. 9780415682770

Papadopoulos, RK., (2020). Moral injury and beyond: Understanding human anguish and healing traumatic wounds. Routledge. 1138714569. 9781351862479

Papadopoulos, R., (2019). Handbook on working with refugees. Psychosocial dimensions of the refugee condition. The Synergic Approach (In Greek). Babel

Papadopoulos, RK., (2019). The Handbook of Jungian Psychology. China Renmin University Press

Papadopoulos, RK. and Byng-Hall, J., (2018). Multiple Voices. Routledge. 0715627775. 9780715627778

Papadopoulos, R., (2018). Therapeutic Care for Refugees. Routledge. 1855752832. 9781855752832

(2012). The Handbook of Jungian Psychology. Routledge. 1583911480. 9781583911488

Papadopoulos, RK., (2010). Enhancing Vulnerable Asylum Seekers' Protection. Trainers' Handbook. International Organisation for Migration

Papadopoulos, R., (2010). Trainer's Handbook. Enhancing Vulnerable Asylum Seekers Protection.. International Organisation for Migration

Papadopoulos, RK. and Muneghina, O., (2010). Enhancing Vulnerable Asylum Seekers' Protection. Transnational Report 2009-2010. International Organisation for Migration

Papadopoulos, RK., (2009). Manuale di Psicologia Junghiana. Teoria, Practica e Applicazioni.. Moretti & Vitali

Papadopoulos, RK., (2006). L'assistenza terapeutica ai rifugiati. Nessun luogo è come casa propria. Roma: Edizioni Magi. 8874871708. 9788874871704

Papadopoulos, RK., (1998). Violencia en una sociedad en transición. United Nations Development Program, El Salvador

Papadopoulos, R., (1992). Carl Gustav Jung Critical Assessments. Psychology Press. 0415048303. 9780415048309

Papadopoulos, RK. and Saayman, GS., (1991). Jung in Modern Perspective. Prism Press. 1853270644. 9781853270642

Book chapters (47)

Papadopoulos, R., (2022). Therapeutic Complexity. In: Seeking Asylum and Mental Health A Practical Guide for Professionals. Editors: Maloney, C., Nelki, J. and Summers, A., . Cambridge University Press. 9781911623977

Papadopoulos, R., (2022). The Other Other: When the Exotic Other Subjugates the Familiar Other. In: Anthology of Contemporary Theoretical Classics in Analytical Psychology The New Ancestors. Routledge. 108- 131. 036771020X. 9780367710200

Papadopoulos, R., (2021). Families migrating together. In: Oxford Textbook of Migrant Psychiatry. Editors: Bhugra, D., . Oxford University Press. 149- 157. 9780198833741

(2020). Moral Injury and Beyond. In: Moral Injury and Beyond: Understanding Human Anguish and Healing Traumatic Wounds. Editors: Papadopoulos, RK., . Routledge. ix- x. 9781351862479

Papadopoulos, RK., (2020). The traumatising discourse of trauma and moral injury. In: Moral Injury and Beyond. Routledge. 1- 21. 9781351862479

Papadopoulos, R., (2019). Terrorism and Psychological Trauma: Psychological Perspectives.. In: Surviving on the Edge Psychosocial Perspectives on Violence and Prejudice in India. Editors: Kanwar, N. and Sonpar, S., . SAGE Publications Pvt. Limited. 9353283140. 9789353283148

Papadopoulos, RK., (2019). Compliance and Resistance. A Psychological Approach.. In: Compliance and Resistance. Discerning the Spirit.. Editors: Mamalakis, P., . Sebastian Press

Papadopoulos, R., (2018). Home: Paradoxes, Complexities and Vital Dynamism. In: Thinking Home Interdisciplinary Dialogues. Editors: Bahun, S. and Petric, B., . Bloomsbury Publishing. 53- 69. 9781350062375

Papadopoulos, R., (2018). Trauma and Umwelt: An Archetypal Framework for Humanitarian Interventions. In: Cultural Clinical Psychology and PTSD. Editors: Maercker, A. and Kirmayer, LJ., . Hogrefe. 91- 108. 978-0889374973

Kemal Kusçu, M. and Papadopoulos, RK., (2018). Working with psychosocial counsellors of refugees in their country of origin: exploring the interaction of professional and other discourses. In: Therapeutic Care for Refugees. Routledge. 253- 269. 9781855752832

Papadopoulos, RK. and Hulme, V., (2018). Transient familiar others. Uninvited persons in psychotherapy with refugees. In: Therapeutic Care for Refugees. Routledge. 139- 163. 9781855752832

Papadopoulos, RK., (2018). Editor’s foreword. xix- xxi. 9781855752832

Papadopoulos, RK., (2018). Destructiveness, atrocities and healing: epistemological and clinical reflections. In: Terrorism and War. Routledge. 289- 314. 9781855759428

Papadopoulos, RK., (2018). Series editor’s foreword. xiii- xiv

Papadopoulos, RK., (2018). Editor’s foreword. xix- xxi

Papadopoulos, RK., (2016). Therapeutic encounters and interventions outside the consulting room: challenges in theory and practice. In: Analysis and Activism: Social and Political Contributions of Jungian Psychology. Editors: Kiehl, E., Saban, M. and Samuels, A., . Routledge. 11- 20. 978-1138948099

Papadopoulos, RK., (2015). Refugees and psychological trauma. In: Psychoanalysis, Collective Traumas and Memory Places. Editors: Leo, G., . Frenis Zero Press. 225- 246. 978-8897479093

Papadopoulos, RK., (2015). Terrorisme et panique. In: Penser et repenser le terrorisme. Editors: Delga, J., . MA Editions. 217- 231. 978-2822404068

Papadopoulos, RK., (2015). Failure and Success in Forms of Involuntary Dislocation: Trauma, Resilience, and Adversity-Activated Development. In: The Crucible of Failure. Editors: Wirtz, U., Wirth, S., Egger, D. and Remark, K., . Spring Journal. 25- 49. 978-1-935528-71-5

Papadopoulos, RK., (2012). Keep Thy Mind in Hell and Despair Not? Reflections on psychosocial work with survivors of political violence. In: The Spirit in Creation and New Creation: Science and Theology in Western and Orthodox Realms. Editors: Welker, M., . William B Eerdmans. 143- 160. 978-0-8028-6692-9

(2012). Introduction. In: The Handbook of Jungian Psychology. Routledge. 15- 18. 9781135480783

Papadopoulos, RK., (2012). Preface. xiii- xiv. 9781135480783

Papadopoulos, RK., (2010). Contributions. In: The Edinburgh International Encyclopaedia of Psychoanalysis. Editors: Skelton, RM., . Edinburgh University Press. 9780748612659

Papadopoulos, RK., (2010). Deepening Connections. In: Living with Jung: "Enterviews" with Jungian Analysts, Vol 3. Editors: Henderson, R. and Henderson, JW., . Spring. 9781935528050

Papadopoulos, RK., (2010). Working with refugee and asylum seeking families. In: ?Race? And Culture. Tools, Techniques and Trainings. A Manual for Professionals. Editors: Singh, R. and Dutta, S., . Karnac. 9781855757714

Papadopoulos, RK., (2009). Extending Jungian Psychology. Working with survivors of political upheavals. In: Sacral Revolutions: Reflecting on the Work of Andrew Samuels - Cutting Edges in Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis. Editors: Heuer, G., . Routledge. 192- 200. 9780415481724

Papadopoulos, RK., (2009). Jung and Otherings in South Africa. In: Cape Town 2007 Journeys, Encounters: Clinical, Communal, Cultural. Editors: Bennett, P., . Daimon. 9783856307288

Papadopoulos, R., (2006). Jung’s Epistemology and Methodology. In: Handbook of Jungian Psychology. Theory, Practice and Applications. Editors: Papadopoulos, RK., . Routledge. 21- 67

Papadopoulos, R., (2005). Political Violence, Trauma and Mental Health Interventions. In: Art Therapy and Political Violence With Art, Without Illusion. Editors: Kalmanowitz, D. and Lloyd, B., . Psychology Press. 35- 59. 1583919554. 9781583919552

Papadopoulos, R., (2005). Mythical dimensions of storied communities in political conflict and war. In: Balkan Currents: Essays in Honour of Kjell Magnusson. Editors: Dulic, TEA., . Centre for Multiethnic Research, Uppsala University

Papadopoulos, R., (2005). Migration, Nostos and Trauma (in Greek). In: Intercultural Crossroads in Greece. Repatriation and Social Adjustment (in Greek). Editors: Papastylianou, A., . Hellinika Grammata

Papadopoulos, R., (2004). Refugees, therapists and trauma: Systemic reflections. In: The Challenges of Families and Family Therapists in the Balkan Transition. Editors: Veselinovic, J., . Centar za Porodicu

Papadopoulos, R., (2003). Narratives of translating - interpreting with refugees; the subjugation of individual discourses. In: Working with Interpreters in Mental Health. Editors: Tribe, R. and Raval, H., . Brunner - Routledge. 238- 255

Papadopoulos, R., Tsiantis, J., Kolvin, I., Anastasopoulos, D., Trowell, J., Tomaras, V., Miles, G., Almqvist, F., Soinenen, M. and Bostrom, C., (2003). A comparison of two psychotherapeutic interventions in three European Countries. In: Psychosocial Treatments for Child and Adolescent Disorders: Empirically Based Strategies for Private Practice. Editors: Hibbs, ED. and Jensen, P., . American Psychological Association

Papadopoulos, R., (2002). Refugees, home and trauma. In: Therapeutic Care for Refugees No Place Like Home. Editors: Papadopoulos, RK., . Karnac. 9- 39. 0429922876. 9780429922879

Papadopoulos, R., (2002). “But how can I help if I don't know ?” Supervising Work With Refugee Families. In: Perspectives on Supervision. Editors: Campbell, D. and Mason, B., . Karnac. 157- 181

Papadopoulos, R., (2002). Working with survivors of political violence. In: In Between Sessions and Beyond the Couch. Editors: Raphael-Leff, J., . CPS Psychoanalytic Publications

Papadopoulos, R., (2000). Factionalism and interethnic conflict: narratives in myth and politics. In: The Vision Thing. Myth, Politics and Psyche in the World. Editors: Singer, T., . Routledge. 122- 140

Papadopoulos, R., (2000). A Matter of Shades: Trauma and Psychosocial Work in Kosovo. In: Psychosocial and Trauma Response in War-Torn Societies; the Case of Kosovo. Editors: Losi, N., . International Organisation for Migration

Papadopoulos, R., (1999). Destructiveness and Healing. In: Destruction and Creation: Personal and Cultural Transformations. Editors: Mattoon, MA., . Daimon Verlag

Papadopoulos, RK., (1999). Analytical Psychology and cultural sensitivities. In: Destruction and Creation. Editors: Mattoon, MA., . Daimon Verlag

Papadopoulos, R., (1998). Jungian Perspectives In New Contexts. In: The Jungians Today. Editors: Casement, A., . Routledge

Papadopoulos, R., (1998). A Moving Star: The Diana Phenomenon, Collective Masks of Individuality and Virtual Spirituality. In: When a Princess Dies. Reflections by Jungian Analysts. Editors: Haynes, J. and Shearer, A., . Harvest Books

Papadopoulos, R., (1997). Archetypal Family Therapy: developing a Jungian approach to working with families. In: Psyche and Family. Editors: Dodson, L. and Gibson, T., . Chiron

Papadopoulos, RK. and Hildebrand, J., (1997). Is Home Where The Heart Is? Narratives Of Oppositional Discourses in Refugee Families. In: Multiple Voices: Narrative in Systemic Family Psychotherapy. Editors: Papadopoulos, RK. and Byng-Hall, J., . Duckworth. 206- 236

Papadopoulos, R., (1993). Eastern Europe and Analytical Psychology. In: The Transcendent Function: Individual and Collective Aspects.. Editors: Mattoon, MA., . Daimon Verlag. 368- 384

Papadopoulos, R., (1984). Jung and the concept of the Other. In: Jung in Modern Perspective. Gower Publishing Company, Limited

Reports and Papers (2)

Papadopoulos, R. and Muneghina, O., (2010). Enhancing Vulnerable Asylum Seekers' Protection. Transnational Report 2009-2010.

Papadopoulos, R., Byng-Hall, J. and Campbell, D., (1996). Manual of Integrative Family Therapy

Grants and funding


NIHR Global Health Research Group on Disrupting the cycle of GEndered violence & Poor Mental health among Migrants in precarious Situations (GEMMS)

National Institute for Health Research


Psychological approaches to refugee care (title TBC)

Foundation Open Society Institute

Improving the capacity of public servants of key departments at the Direcci�n General de Migraci�n y Extranjer�a (Migration Authority) in Costa Rica by providing a tailored training to respond to the particular psychosocial needs of involuntarily dislocated populations.

University of Essex (ESRC IAA)


Adversity, Resilience, and Adversity-Activated Development: Introducing Systemic Changes in �Project Mexico�

University of Essex (GCRF)


Psychosocial training and support for unaccompanied migrant/refugee children and young persons in Mexico

University of Essex


Psychosocial work at St Moses Rehabilitation Centre, Sierra Leone

University of Essex


Working with Adversity Survivors in the Pacific Rim and Beyond: Trauma, Resilience....

Economic & Social Research Council


Training Workshops - Systemic and Family Counselling

International Organisation of Migration


EVASP Project

International Organisation of Migration

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