Dr Phil Leask

Dr Phil Leask is a writer and researcher, based at University College London. He writes on German history and literature, as well as on the meaning and significance of humiliation. He is the author of several published novels and short stories.

His publications include ‘Losing trust in the world: Humiliation and its consequences’ in Psychodynamic Practice, Volume 19, Issue 2, 2013; ‘The Writer in the Archives’ in The Psychodynamics of Writing (ed. Martin Weegmann; Routledge, forthcoming); and book chapters on humiliation and power. He is currently writing a book for Berghahn Publishing on the everyday lives of a group of German women, derived from fifty years of letters. He welcomes correspondence on p.leask@ucl.ac.uk.

 

Forthcoming Events with Phil Leask

Broken Threads: The impact of trauma on patients and practitioners

Testimonials for Phil Leask’s training

forthcoming

 

Brighton Therapy Partnership has worked with many trainers and speakers in the field of counselling and psychotherapy. To see a full list, visit our speaker page. In addition, we regularly interview speakers for our blog.