Professor Keith Tudor

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Professor of Psychotherapy, Head of School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies

Phone: 09 921 9999 x7221 Mobile: 021 904 621

Email: keith.tudor@aut.ac.nz

Physical Address:
AUT University  (Room AR238)
North Shore Campus
90 Akoranga Drive
Northcote, Auckland
New Zealand



Postal Address:
AUT University
AUT North Shore Campus
Private Bag 92006
Auckland 1142
New Zealand



Qualifications:

  • BA(Hons) Oxford
  • MA Kent at Canterbury
  • MSc Middlesex
  • PhD Middlesex
  • CQSW (UK)
  • Diploma in Gestalt Therapy and Contribution Training (Pellin Institute)
  • Dip.Psychotherapy (Metanoia Institute)
  • CTA & TSTA (ITAA)

Memberships and Affiliations:

  • International Association for Transactional Analysis (from 1987), Teaching Member (from 2012)
  • United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy, Registered Psychotherapist (from 1994). Please note: This is not applicable in New Zealand where I am not registered as a psychotherapist.
  • Waka Oranga, associate member (from 2010)
  • New Zealand Transactional Analysis Association, member (from 2010)

Biography:

My professional background is in social work (probation, field and hospital social work, and psychiatric social work) and psychotherapy (voluntary sector youth counselling, and private practice).
I have completed training in gestalt therapy and transactional analysis, in addition to which I have studied person-centred psychology extensively. With my partner, Louise Embleton Tudor, I founded the organisation, Temenos, in Sheffield, which was – and is – committed to person-centred education and training, and which we directed for 17 years. We also designed and ran the first postgraduate person-centred psychotherapy & counselling training programme in the UK, which was also validated as a Master’s degree (by Middlesex University).
I am a Certified Transactional Analyst and a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst.
I am the author and/or editor of over 300 peer-reviewed publications, including 15 books; the editor of Psychotherapy and Politics International (Wiley-Blackwell, UK); and the series editor of “Advancing Theory in Therapy” (Routledge, UK). I am the author/editor of over 250 publications, including 12 books, the latest of which, The Turning Tide (LC Publications, 2011), is concerned with pluralism and partnership in psychotherapy in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Keith emigrated to Aotearoa New Zealand in 2009.

Teaching Areas:

  • Humanistic Psychology (class)
  • Heuristic Research Methodology and Method (class)
  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi (class)
  • Transactional Analysis (Paper)
  • Special Topic Papers

Research Areas:

My general areas of expertise and interest are
  • Psychotherapy and politics, psychotherapy and culture
  • Humanistic psychotherapy, transactional analysis, person-centred therapy
  • Constructivism and co-creativity
  • The education/training and supervision of psychotherapists
  • Time and time-limited therapy
  • Positive mental health and mental health promotion
Specific areas of interest and in which I am interested to supervise and work with students who want to research and publish include
  • Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives: A cultural critique
  • Criticism: A cross-cultural perspective
  • Decolonisation
  • Ego psychology
  • The history of psychotherapy in Aotearoa New Zealand
  • Hope and hopelessness
  • The “Imposter Syndrome”
  • Psychotherapists, sedentarism and exercise
  • Psychotherapist who commit suicide
  • Suitability for psychotherapy
In terms of methodologies, I am familiar with heurism, the empirical-inductive approach, and paradigm analysis; and have worked or am working with students using autoethnography, grounded theory, hermeneutics, and thematic analysis.

Research Summary:

I have had a long and strong interest in research since 1981 when I was appointed as a counsellor and research worker for a youth counselling project in London, UK.

I have completed research into mental health promotion, masculinity and violence, and positive health, and was involved in a research project evaluating the listening skills of health visitors.

To date, I have successfully supervised to completion two doctoral theses, 19 Master’s dissertations and one Master’s thesis on a range of topics including: attachment and God image; counsellors as leaders; cultural humility; cultural hybridity; ecotherapy; erotic transference; equine-assisted therapy; grief; homonomy (belonging); male therapists; group therapy; menopause; mindfulness; psychotherapists experience of exercise; the public portrayal of psychotherapists; and religion and spirituality in psychotherapy.

I am currently supervising five doctoral supervisees and four doctoral candidates.

Current Research Projects:

  • Academia – various projects (with Professor Kris Gledhill, AUT)
  • Artists’ views of empathy
  • Claude Steiner (1935–2017): His work and life
  • Culturally-specific counselling (with Sam Kuna, Singapore)
  • Education and health (with Dr Sue Shaw, AUT)
  • Family-centred therapy: The implications of Pacific culture and spirituality for person-centred theory and practice (with Dr Julia Ioane, AUT)
  • The history of psychotherapy (with Associate Professor Dafydd Sills-Jones, AUT)
  • Hermeneutics and heuristics (with Dr Margot Solomon, AUT
  • Indigenous psychotherapy in Europe (for a Special, themed issue of the European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling)
  • Temenos (with Dr Kathleen Gregory, Shambala Publications, USA)
  • Transactional analysis: A critique
  • Person-centred theory and practice (with Dr Brian Rodgers, AUT)
  • Values in supervision

Current Doctoral Supervision Projects

These include

  • Being curious about being curious (with Dr Elizabeth du Preez, AUT)
    Methodology: Heuristic.
  • Researching ethically with vulnerable communities: Whose voice matters? (with Professor Alan Beever, AUT)
    Methodology: to be confirmed
  • The mental health crisis and the relational mind (with Dr Daniel Sutton, AUT)
    Methodology: to be confirmed
  • Understanding psychological infanticidal experiences of adopted children as illuminated by a study of nineteenth century baby-farming (with Dr Frances Kelly, University of Auckland)
    Methodology: Heuristic
  • What is impact of the evolved theory of Karma on the Indian legal system for the persons with disabilities? (with Professor Kris Gledhill)
    Methodology: to be confirmed

Research outputs:

Books

Journal articles

  • Tudor, K. (2019). Religion, faith, spirituality, and the beyond in transactional analysis. Transactional Analysis Journal, 49(2), 71-87. doi:10.1080/03621537.2019.1577341

  • Grennell-Hawke, N., & Tudor, K. (2018). Being māori and pākehā: Methodology and method in exploring cultural hybridity. Qualitative Report, 23(7).

  • Tudor, K. (2018). JULY — In(ter)dependence Day: Lives mattering, freedom with responsibility, and social well-being. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 16(2). doi:10.1002/ppi.1447

  • Tudor, K. V., & Viljoen, B. (2018). Counselling and psychotherapy of and in the South Pacific. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 9(1). doi:10.1080/21507686.2017.1415944

  • Tudor, K., Cowan, C., Hennessy, J., MacEwan, I., & Warriner, R. (2018). Mental health support workers: Profession and professionalization. International Journal of Mental Health, 47(1). doi:10.1080/00207411.2016.1204824

  • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2018). The whole and inclusive university: A critical review of Health Promoting Universities from New Zealand. Health Promotion International, 1-9. doi:10.1093/heapro/day091

  • Wrennell, C., & Tudor, K. V. (2017). Finding a new place to stand: a conversation with Colin Wrennall about farming and psychotherapy. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 21(2). doi:10.9791/ajpanz.2017.16

  • Ioane, J., & Tudor, K. (2017). The fa’ásamoa, person-centered theory and cross-cultural practice. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, 16(4). doi:10.1080/14779757.2017.1361467

  • Heuer, G. M., & Tudor, K. (2017). On style. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 15(1). doi:10.1002/ppi.1402

  • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2017). Unravelling the Whāriki of Crown Māori health infrastructure. The New Zealand Medical Journal, 130(1458). Retrieved from https://www.nzma.org.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/56820/Came-FINAL.pdf

  • Tudor, K., & Begg, K. (2016). Radical therapies: A critical review. The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, 16(2).

  • Tudor, K. V. (2016). Raising (issues about) the banner: A critical reflection on New Zealand’s flag debate (2015–2016). Counterfutures, 2016(2). Retrieved from http://www.counterfutures.nz/journal.html

  • Hargaden, H., & Tudor, K. (2016). The Irish uprising of Easter 1916: A psychopolitical dialogue. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 14(3). doi:10.1002/ppi.1390

  • Komiya, N., & Tudor, K. (2016). ‘Reading the air’, finding common ground: Reconsidering Rogers’ therapeutic conditions as a framework for understanding therapy in Japan. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy. doi:10.1080/21507686.2016.1157088

  • Tudor, K. (2016). Permission, protection, and potency: The three Ps reconsidered. Transactional Analysis Journal, 46(1). doi:10.1177/0362153715617475

  • Tudor, K. (2016). "We are": The fundamental life position. Transactional Analysis Journal, 46(2). doi:10.1177/0362153716637064

  • Tudor, K. (2016). Seeing the world in an individual: A discussant paper. Transactional Analysis Journal, 46(2). doi:10.1177/0362153716628867

  • Tudor, K., & Shaw, S. (2016). Health regulation and the prescription – and proscription – of educational practice. Policy Futures in Education, 14(2). doi:10.1177/1478210315614197

  • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2016). Bicultural praxis: The relevance of Te Tiriti o Waitangi for health promotion internationally. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 54(4). doi:10.1080/14635240.2016.1156009

  • Smith, K., & Tudor, K. V. (2015). To be or not to be registered: Is that the question?. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling & Psychotherapy., 6(1-2). doi:10.1080/21507686.2015.1091020

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). The creativity in co-creativity. The Transactional Analyst, 4(3).

  • Dillon, G., Duncan, A., Fay, J., Land, C., Morice, M. P., & Woodward, W. (2014). Ngā Ao e Rua | The two worlds: Psychotherapy, biculturalism, and professional development in Aotearoa New Zealand. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 12(2). doi:10.1002/ppi.1329

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). The essence of psychotherapy: A review and reflections. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 18(2). Retrieved from https://ojs.aut.ac.nz/ata/index.php/ata/article/view/99

  • Tudor, K. V., & Grinter, C. (2014). Informing consent for the publication of case material: Principles, considerations and recommendations. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 18(1).

  • Tudor, K. (2014). What do we want? Critical psychotherapy and counselling! When do we want it? Now, now, now! A critical review of a critical issue. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 16(4). doi:10.1080/13642537.2014.957230

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Das in-beziehung-sein, das vertikale und das horizontale: Eine kritik an "Relational Depth" [The relational, the vertical, and the horizontal: A critique of “relational depth”]. Person, 18(2).

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Back to the future: Carl Rogers’ 'new challenges' reviewed and renewed. Self and Society, 41(2). doi:10.1080/03060497.2014.11084339

  • Tudor, K. V. (2013). Transactional analysis works: Getting excited about research. The TAttler: The newsletter of the New Zealand Transactional Analysis Association, 16(2).

  • Tudor, K. (2013). Person-centered psychology and therapy, ecopsychology and ecotherapy.. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, 12(4). doi:10.1080/14779757.2013.855137

  • Tudor, K. V. (2013). United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy: Questions to London Mayoral Candidates. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 11(1). doi:10.1002/ppi.1286

  • Tudor, K. V. (2013). From humanism to humanistic psychology and back again. Self & Society: An International Journal for Humanistic Psychology, 41(1).

  • Tudor, K. V. (2013). “Be careful what you wish for”: Professional recognition, the statutory regulation of counselling, and the state registration of counsellors. New Zealand Journal of Counselling, 33(2).

  • Tudor, K. V. (2013). Group imago and group development: Two theoretical additions and some ensuing adjustments. Transactional Analysis Journal, 43(4). doi:10.1177/0362153713516297

  • Tudor, K. V. (2013). A body politic: The political writings of Nick Totton. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 11(1). doi:10.1002/ppi.1291

  • Tudor, K., Cockburn, G., Daniels, J., Goulding, J., Hubbard, P., Larsen, S., . . . Stuthridge, J. (2013). Reflexive theory: Critical reflections on Western psychotherapy. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 17(1).

  • Tudor, K. V. (2012). Editorial [Psychotherapy and Politics International 10(3)]. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 10(3). doi:10.1002/ppi.1279

  • Tudor, K. V. (2012). Ebb and flow: One year on from The Turning Tide: Pluralism and Partnership in Psychotherapy in Aotearoa New Zealand. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 10(2). doi:10.1002/ppi.1271

  • Rogers, N., Tudor, K., Embleton Tudor, L., & Keemar, K. (2012). Person-centred expressive arts therapy: A theoretical encounter. Person-Centred and Expressive Psychotherapies, 11(1). doi:10.1080/14779757.2012.656407

  • Tudor, K. V. (2012). Southern psychotherapies. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 10(2). doi:10.1002/ppi.1265

  • Tudor, K. (2011). Rogers' therapeutic conditions: A relational conceptualization. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, 10(3). doi:10.1080/14779757.2011.599513

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). Professional pluralism and partnership: Strategies for resistance and action. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 9(3). doi:10.1002/ppi.255

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). Understanding empathy. Transactional Analysis Journal, 41(1). Retrieved from http://www.itaa-net.org/tajournal/tajjan11.htm

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). There ain’t no license that protects: Bowen theory and the regulation of psychotherapy.. Transactional Analysis Journal, 41(2).

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). Empathy: A co-creative perspective. Transactional Analysis Journal, 41(4). Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). Chi dà potere a chi?: La politica e la psicologia di biculturalismo [Who empowers whom?: The politics and psychology of biculturalism].. Da Persona a Persona: Revista di Studi Rogersiani [From Person to Person: The Journal of Rogerian Studies], 2.

  • Morrell, J., Ricketts, T., Tudor, K., Williams, C., Curran, J., & Barkham, M. (2011). Training health visitors in cognitive behavioural and person centred approaches for depression in postnatal women as part of a cluster randomised trial and economic evaluation in primary care: The PoNDER trial. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 12(1). doi:10.1017/S1463423610000344

  • Tudor, K. V. (2010). Building bridges across troubled waters: regarding humanistic and psychodynamic psychotherapies. Forum : The Journal of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists, 15.

  • Tudor, K. (2010). The state of the ego: Then and now. Transactional Analysis Journal, 40(3-4). Retrieved from http://www.itaa-net.org/tajournal/tajjuloct10.html

  • Tudor, K. (2010). Transactional Analysis: A little liberal, a little conservative, and a little radical. The Psychotherapist, 46. Retrieved from http://www.psychotherapy.org.uk/

  • Tudor, K. (2010). Person-centred relational therapy: An organismic perspective. Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies, 9(1). Retrieved from http://www.pce-world.org/

  • Tudor, K. (2010). Commentary: Turning over "the relational. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling, 12(3). Retrieved from http://pdfserve.informaworld.com/561409_751313697_927679676.pdf

  • Tudor, K. (2010). Alpha und Omega, oder: Umfasst die Aktualisierung den Tod? [Alpha and omega, or, Does actualisation encompass death?]. Person: The International Journal for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counselling, 14(2).

  • Tudor, K. (2009). L'analisi transazionale o è radicale o non è analisi transazionale [Transactional analysis is radical or it is not transactional analysis]. Neopsiche.

  • Tudor, K. (2009). 'In the manner of': Transactional analysis teaching of transactional analysts. Transactional Analysis Journal, 40(4).

  • Tudor, K., & Widdowson, M. (2008). From client process to therapeutic relating: A critique of the process model and personality adaptations. Transactional Analysis Journal, 38(3).

  • Tudor, K. (2008). We cannot imagine without the other: Contact and difference in psychotherapeutic relating. Forum [The Journal of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists]. Forum [The Journal of the New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists], 14.

  • Tudor, K. (2008). Therapy is a verb. Therapy Today, 19(1).

  • Tudor, K. (2008). "Take it": A sixth driver. Transactional Analysis Journal, 38(1). Retrieved from http://www.itaa-net.org/tajournal/tajjan08.htm

  • Tudor, K. (2008). Persoonsgerichte therapie: grondslagen en fundamentele inzichten [Person-centred therapy: Foundations and fundamentals]. Tijdshrift Cliëntgerichte Psychotherapie, 46(2). Retrieved from http://www.tcgp.nl/en/db_detail.php?recordID=1858

  • Tudor, K. (2007). Making changes. ITA News, 34(1).

  • Tudor, K. (2007). Geestelijk gezond; autonoom én homonoom [Psychological health: Autonomy and homonomy]. Tijdshrift Cliëntgerichte Psychotherapie, 45(1). Retrieved from http://www.tcgp.nl/en/db_detail.php?recordID=1800

  • Tudor, K. (2007). Exam exegesis. EATA Newsletter, 88(February). Retrieved from http://www.eatanews.org/

  • Cornell, W. F., Hargaden, H., Allen, J. R., Erskine, R., Moiso, C., Sills, C., . . . Tudor, K. V. (2006). Roundtable on the ethics of relational transactional analysis.. Transactional Analysis Journal, 36(2).

  • Tudor, K., & Lewin, P. (2006). Fit for purpose: the organisation of psychotherapy training. Self & Society, 34(1).

  • Naughton, M., & Tudor, K. (2006). Being white. Transactional Analysis Journal, 36(2). Retrieved from http://www.itaa-net.org/tajournal/tajapr06.htm

  • Tudor, K. V. (2005). Die neo-psyche: der Integrierende Erwachsenen-ichzustand
    [The neopsyche: The integrating adult ego state]. Zeitschrift Für Transaktionsanalyse, 3. Retrieved from https://www.dgta.de/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2002). Transactional analysis supervision or supervision analyzed transactionally?. Transactional Analysis Journal, 32(1). Retrieved from https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1177/036215370203200107

  • Tudor, K. V. (2000). The case of the lost conditions. Counselling, 11(1).

  • Summers, G., & Tudor, K. V. (2000). Cocreative transactional analysis. Transactional Analysis Journal, 30(1). doi:10.1177/036215370003000104

  • Tudor, K. V., & Embleton Tudor, L. (1999). The philosophy of Temenos. Self and Society, 27(2).

  • Tudor, K. (1998). Value for money? Issues of fees in counselling and psychotherapy. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 26(4). Retrieved from http://pdfserve.informaworld.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Tudor, K. V. (1997). The personal is political - and the political is personal: A person-centred approach to the political sphere. Person Centred Practice, 5(2).

  • Tudor, K. V. (1997). Being at dis-ease with ourselves: Alienation and psychotherapy. Changes An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy, 15(2).

  • Singh, J., & Tudor, K. V. (1997). Cultural conditions of therapy. The Person-Centered Journal, 4(2). Retrieved from https://www.adpca.org/

  • Tudor, K. V. (1996). Transactional analysis intragration: A metatheoretical analysis for practice. Transactional Analysis Journal, 26(4). doi:10.1177/036215379602600411

  • Embleton Tudor, L., & Tudor, K. V. (1995). Acting up as acting out: Containing anxiety in Social Services. Changes An International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy, 13(4).

  • Tudor, K. V. (1995). Power and pleasure: male identity and intimacy in relationships. Journal of Couples Therapy, 5(1-2). Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1300/J036v05n01_07

  • Tudor, K. V. (1995). What do you say about saying good-bye?: Ending psychotherapy. Transactional Analysis Journal, 25(3). doi:10.1177/036215379502500307

  • Tudor, K. V. (1994). Congruence reconsidered. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22(2). Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03069889408260314

  • Robertson, G., & Tudor, K. V. (1993). Counselling in the context of community care. The Journal of the British Association for Counselling, 4(3).

  • Tudor, K. V. (1991). Children’s groups: Integrating TA and gestalt perspectives. Transactional Analysis Journal, 21(1). doi:10.1177/036215379102100103

  • Tudor, K. V. (1991). One step back, two steps forward: Community care and mental health. Critical Social Policy, 10(30).

  • Tudor, K. V. (1989). The politics of disability in Italy: La Lega per il Diritto al Lavoro degli Handicappati. Critical Social Policy, 9(25). doi:10.1177/026101838900902503

  • Brown, K., & Tudor, K. V. (1981). Social work education and practice: Reform and revolution - a theory for change. Contemporary Social Work Education, 4(2).

Book chapters

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). The law is an Act! The Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Pluralism in psychotherapy: Critical reflections from a post-regulation landscape (revised and extended edition of The turning tide) (pp. 135-157). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Introduction to the first edition [Pluralism in psychotherapy]. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Pluralism in psychotherapy: Critical reflections from a post-regulation landscape (revised and extended edition of The turning tide) (pp. 23-33). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Part VI: The psychotherapy community. Introduction. In K. Tudor (Ed.), The book of Evan: The work and life of Evan McAra Sherrard (pp. 317-318). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Part IV: Transactional analysis. Introduction. In K. Tudor (Ed.), The book of Evan: The work and life of Evan McAra Sherrard (pp. 215-217). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Part II: Ministry. Introduction. In K. Tudor (Ed.), The book of Evan: The work and life of Evan McAra Sherrard (pp. 51-54). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Part I: Agriculture. Introduction. In K. Tudor (Ed.), The book of Evan: The work and life of Evan McAra Sherrard (pp. 31-32). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Introduction [The book of Evan]. In K. Tudor (Ed.), The book of Evan: The work and life of Evan McAra Sherrard (pp. 13-27). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). The question of regulation and registration. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Pluralism in psychotherapy: Critical reflections from a post-regulation landscape (revised and extended edition of The turning tide) (pp. 187-219). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Taking the current: Working and living in a post-regulation landscape. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Pluralism in psychotherapy: Critical reflections from a post-regulation landscape (revised and extended edition of The turning tide) (pp. 355-369). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Section D: Questions on theory and literature. In K. Jovanoska (Ed.), From script to CTA: Tips and encouragement for successfully completing the written examination in transactional analysis (pp. 78-89). Ljubljana, Solvenia: CTA-ebook-skupno. Retrieved from http://www.karolina.si/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Recognition, regulation, and registration. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Pluralism in psychotherapy: Critical reflections from a post-regulation landscape (revised and extended edition of The turning tide) (pp. 37-54). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Person-centred therapy. In C. Feltham, T. Hanley, & L. A. Winter (Eds.), The Sage handbook of counselling and psychotherapy (4th ed.) (pp. 280-285). London, UK: Sage.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). Introduction to the revised and extended second edition [Pluralism in psychotherapy]. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Pluralism in psychotherapy: Critical reflections from a post-regulation landscape (revised and extended edition of The turning tide) (pp. 13-22). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Sills, C., & Tudor, K. V. (2017). Transactional analysis. In C. Feltham, T. Hanley, & L. A. Winter (Eds.), The Sage handbook of counselling and psychotherapy (4th ed.) (pp. 355-360). London, UK: Sage.

  • Bailey, P., & Tudor, K. V. (2017). Letters across “the Ditch”: A trans Tasman correspondence about regulation and registration.. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Pluralism in psychotherapy: Critical reflections from a post-regulation landscape (revised and extended edition of The turning tide) (pp. 87-127). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Fay, J., & Tudor, K. (2017). Part III. Clinical education. Introduction. In K. Tudor (Ed.), The book of Evan: The work and life of Evan McAra Sherrard (pp. 175-178). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K., & Fay, J. (2017). Responsible and irresponsible authority: The rise and fall(ibilities) of the Psychotherapists Registration Board of Aotearoa New Zealand. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Pluralism in psychotherapy: Critical reflections from a post-regulation landscape (revised and extended edition of The turning tide) (pp. 159-183). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Minikin, K., & Tudor, K. V. (2016). Gender psychopolitics: Men being, becoming, and belonging. In R. Erskine (Ed.), Transactional analysis in contemporary psychotherapy (pp. 257-275). London, UK: Karnac Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2016). Some critiques of person-centred theory from within and without the person-centred "nation". In C. Lago, & D. Charura (Eds.), Person-centred counselling and psychotherapy: Origins, developments and contemporary applications. (pp. 131-140). Buckingham, UK: Open University McGraw Hill.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2015). Vorwort zur Deutschen ausgabe [Introduction to the German edition]. In Erwachsen dem kind eltern sein - Band 1 [The adult is parent to the child; Transactional analysis with children and young people Vol. 1] (pp. 10-11). Frankfurt, Germany: dgta.edition.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2015). Humanistic psychology: A critical counter culture. In Handbook of critical psychology (pp. 127-136). London, UK: Routledge. Retrieved from https://www.book2look.com/embed/9781317537175

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Afterword [Co-creative transactional analysis]. In Co-creative transactional analysis: Papers, responses, dialogues, and developments (pp. 227-234). London, UK: Karnac Books.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Foreword. In C. McQuaid (Ed.), What you really need to know about counselling and psychotherapy training: An essential guide (pp. vii-viii). London, UK: Routledge. Retrieved from http://www.sponpress.com/books/details/9780415813341/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). A critical commentary on “The relational turn”. In D. Loewenthal, & A. Samuels (Eds.), Relational psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and counselling: Appraisals and reappraisals (pp. 193-211). London, UK: Routledge. Retrieved from http://www.sponpress.com/books/details/9780415721547/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). A co-creative “TA 101”: Notes on the syllabus. In K. Tudor, & G. Summers (Eds.), Co-creative transactional analysis: Papers, responses, dialogues and developments (pp. 251-262). London, UK: Karnac Books. Retrieved from https://books.google.co.nz/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Politics, counseling and the changing professional world [Abstract]. In R. Scherman (Ed.), Walking the talk: The 2013 collection of oral presentations from the AUT School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies (pp. 35-36). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Relationships and transactions [Abstract]. In R. Scherman (Ed.), Walking the talk: The 2013 collection of oral presentations from the AUT School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies (pp. 117). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Impasses and impasse theory in co-creative transactional analysis [Abstract]. In R. Scherman (Ed.), Walking the talk: The 2013 collection of oral presentations from the AUT School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies (pp. 129). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Reflection on "The place of 'thinking' and 'logic' in the ecology of clinical thinking" [Synopsis]. In R. Scherman (Ed.), Walking the talk: The 2013 collection of oral presentations from the AUT School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies (pp. 196-198). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT UNiversity.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Critical perspectives in and from western psychotherapy [Synopsis]. In R. Scherman (Ed.), Walking the talk: The 2013 collection of oral presentations from the AUT School of Public health and Psychosocial Studies (pp. 199-203). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Presenting and publishing research. In V. Wright-St. Clair, D. A. Reid, S. Shaw, & J. Ramsbotham (Eds.), Evidence-based health practice (pp. 196-208). Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2013). From humanism to humanistic psychology and back again. In R. House, D. Kalisch, & J. Maidman (Eds.), The future of humanistic psychology (pp. 136-148). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.

  • Solomon, M. P., & Tudor, K. (2013). Listening: A way of thinking and being. In R. Scherman, C. Krageloh, & S. Nayar (Eds.), Walking the Talk: The 2012 Collection of Oral Presentations from the AUT School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies (pp. 84-88). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2012). Series preface (2012) Existential therapy. In L. Barrett, & G. Madison (Eds.), Existential therapy: Lagacy, vibrancy and dialogue (pp. xv-xvi). London, UK: Routledge.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2012). Series preface (2012) Gestalt Therapy. In T. Levine Bar-Joseph (Ed.), Gestalt therapy: Advances in theory and practice (pp. 1-2). London, UK: Routledge.

  • Tudor, K. V., & Sills, C. (2012). Transactional analysis. In C. Feltham, & I. Horton (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counselling (3rd Edition) (pp. 333-338). London: Sage. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.co.uk/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2012). Person-centred therapy. In C. Feltham, & I. Horton (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counselling (3rd edition) (pp. 318-322). London: Sage Publications Ltd. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.co.uk/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). Series preface (2011) Lacanian psychoanalysis. In I. Parker (Ed.), Lacanian psychoanalysis: Revolutions in subjectivity (pp. vii-viii). London, UK: Routledge.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). Introduction (2001) in the turning tide. In K. Tudor (Ed.), The turning tide: Pluralism and partnership in psychotherapy in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 15-27). Auckland, New Zealand: LC Publications.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). The question of regulation and registration. In The Turning Tide: Pluralism and Partnership in Psychotherapy in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 129-158). Auckland: LC Publications.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). The law is an Act: The Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003. In The Turning Tide: Pluralism and Partnership in Psychotherapy in Aotearoa New Zealand. (pp. 39-68). Auckland: LC Publications.

  • Bailey, P., & Tudor, K. (2011). Letters across “the ditch”: A trans Tasman correspondence about regulation and registration. In The Turning Tide: Pluralism and Partnership in Psychotherapy in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 77-95). Auckland: LC Publications.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2010). Series preface (2009) Constructive psychotherapy. In G. Chiari, & M. L. Nuzzo (Eds.), Constructive psychotherapy: A narrative hermeneutic approach. London, UK: Routledge.

  • Tudor, K. (2010). Being in process, being in context: A person-centred perspective on happiness. In D. Loewenthal, & R. House (Eds.), Critically Engaging CBT in an Age of Happiness (pp. 84-97). Buckingham: Open University Press. Retrieved from http://www.mcgraw-hill.co.uk/openup/chapters/9780335238293.pdf

  • Tudor, K. V. (2009). Past present: Person-centred therapy with trauma and enactment. In D. Mann, & V. Cunningham (Eds.), The Past in the Present: Therapy Enactments and the Return of Trauma (pp. 136-154). London: Routledge. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.com/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2008). Time, limits, and person-centred therapies. In K. Tudor (Ed.), Brief person-centred therapies (pp. 13-28). London, UK: Sage.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2008). Psychological health: Autonomy and homonomy. In Reflections on Human Potential: Bridging the Person-centered Approach and Positive Psychology (pp. 161-174). Ross-on-Wye.: PCCS Books. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.com/

  • Tudor, K. V. (2008). Person-centred therapy, a cognitive therapy. In R. House (Ed.), Against and for CBT: Towards a Constructive Dialogue? (pp. 118-136). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.co.uk/

  • Tudor, K. (2008). Verbal being: From being human to human being. In B. Levitt (Ed.), Reflections on Human Potential: Bridging the Person-centered Approach and Positive Psychology (pp. 68-83). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books. Retrieved from http://www.amazon.com/

  • Tudor, K., & Hobbes, R. (2007). Transactional analysis. In W. Dryden (Ed.), The Handbook of Individual Therapy (5th Edition) (pp. 256-286). London: Sage. Retrieved from http://www.uk.sagepub.com/books/Book229181

  • Brown, K., & Tudor, K. V. (1981). ... Afterword. In Unknown Book (pp. 117-118).

Conference contributions

  • Tudor, K. V. (2015). The critical adult: A critical concept for "interesting times". In UK Association for Transactional Analysis Conference. Edinburgh.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2015). Counselling: A co-creative perspective. In Singapore Association for Counselling Symposium 2015. Singapore.

  • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2015). Health Promoting Universities: A Moemoeā from Aotearoa New Zealand. In International Conference on Health Promoting Universities and Colleges. Kelowna.

  • Steiner, C., & Tudor, K. V. (2014). Still radical after all these years: TA and politics. In International Transactional Analysis Association World Conference. San Francisco.

  • Came, H., & Tudor, K. (2014). Health promoting universities: Concepts, critique and strengthening practice (Invited address). In Population Health Congress. Auckland. Retrieved from http://www.conference.co.nz/nzphc14/programme

  • Tudor, K. (2009). Building bridges across troubled waters: Regarding humanistic and psychodynamic psychotherapies. In The AUT Psychotherapy Forum. Auckland.

  • Tudor, K. (2009). Bridges across troubled waters: Regarding humanistic and psychodynamic psychotherapies. In The Hallam Institute of Psychotherapy. Sheffield.

Edited books/volumes

Oral presentations

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Alienation,aliens and alienists: A critical and cross-cultural perspective on psychopathology (keynote speech). Yokohama, japan.

Other outputs

  • Tudor, K. (2018). Editorial. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 3). doi:10.1002/ppi.1470

  • Tudor, K. (2018). Editorial. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Vol. 16, Iss. 2). doi:10.1002/ppi.1452

  • Woodard, W., Tudor, K., & Poutu - Morice, M. (2018). Editorial (Ata: Journal). In Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand (Iss. 2).

  • Tudor, K. V. (2018). Editorial [Psychotherapy and Politics International]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 1). Wiley. doi:10.1002/ppi.1444

  • Morice, M., Tudor, K., & Woodard, W. (2017). Editorial. In Te kāinga te ūkaipō - Promise of home [Special Issue]. Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand (Iss. 1). doi:10.9791/ajpanz.2016.09

  • Tudor, K. V. (2017). On ageing. In Self and Society (Iss. 2). doi:10.1080/03060497.2017.1334911

  • Sherrard, E. M., & Tudor, K. V. (2017). Evan Sherrard and transactional analysis: A reflective dialogue. In K. Tudor (Ed.), the Book of Evan: The Work and life of Evan McAra Sherrard (pp. 219-233). Auckland, New Zealand: Resource Books.

  • Tudor, K., Poutu-Morice, M., & Woodard, W. (2017). Editorial. In Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand (Iss. 2).

  • Rodgers, B., & Tudor, K. (2017). Editorial: The politics of research. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 3). Wiley. doi:10.1002/ppi.1422

  • Fay, J., & Tudor, K. (2016). Editorial. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 2). John Wiley and Sons Ltd. doi:10.1002/ppi.1376

  • Tudor, K. (2016). Editorial [Psychotherapy and Politics International, 14(3), 141-143]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 3). John Wiley and Sons Ltd. doi:10.1002/ppi.1389

  • Tudor, K. V. (2015). Review of the book Sexual revolutions: Psychoanalysis, history and the father, by G Heuer. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 13(3)). doi:10.1002/ppi.1361/abstract

  • Tudor, K. V. (2015). Editorial [Psychotherapy and Politics International 13(1):1-3]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 1). doi:10.1002/ppi.1347/abstract

  • Tudor, K. V. (2015). Editorial [Psychotherapy 13(2):79-81]. In Psychotherapy (Iss. 2). doi:10.1002/ppi.1348

  • Tudor, K. V. (2015). Editorial [Psychotherapy and Politics International 13(3):155-157]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 3). doi:10.1002/ppi.1366/abstract

  • Tudor, K., & Hall, A. (2014). Editorial. In Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand (Iss. 2). doi:10.9791/ajpanz.2014.09

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Daring to stand alone - and together: A personal-political appreciation of Tony Benn (1924-2014). In Self & Society (Iss. 4).

  • Tudor, K. V., & Hall, A. (2014). Editorial: Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand, 18(1). In Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand (Iss. 1).

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). [Editorial] Psychotherapy is political or it is not psychotherapy [Special Issue]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 1). doi:10.1002/ppi.1320

  • Tudor, K. V. (2014). Editorial: Psychotherapy and Politics International, 12(2). In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 2). doi:10.1002/ppi.1332

  • Pavón-Cuéllar, D., & Tudor, K. V. (2014). [Editorial] Marxism and psychotherapy [Special Issue]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 3). Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ppi.1339/abstract

  • Tudor, K. V. (2013). Editorial [Psychotherapy and Politics International 11(2)]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 2). Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/ppi.1298

  • Tudor, K. V. (2013). Editorial [Psychotherapy and Politics International 11(1)]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 1). Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/ppi.1294

  • Tudor, K. V., & Hall, A. (2013). Editorial [Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand 17(1)]. In Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand (Iss. 1).

  • Tudor, K., & Hall, A. (2012). The face of the other. In Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand (Iss. 2). New Zealand Association of Psychotherapist. doi:10.9791/ajpanz.2012.15

  • Tudor, K. V. (2012). Editorial [Psychotherapy and Politics International 10(2)]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 2). Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/ppi.1269

  • Tudor, K. V. (2012). Editorial [Psychotherapy and Politics International 10(1)]. In Psychotherapy and Politics International (Iss. 1). Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/ppi.1259

  • Tudor, K. V. (2012). Abstracts from other journals January – June 2012. In Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand (Iss. 1). The New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists.

  • Tudor, K. V. (2011). Appendix I: The functions, powers and obligations of the Psychotherapists Board of Aotearoa New Zealand under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003. K. Tudor (Ed.), (pp. 222-230). Auckland, New Zealand: LC Publications.

  • Billot, J. (2010). Editorial. (Iss. 2).

  • Summers, G., & Tudor, K. (2010). Predstavljanje Ko-kreativne TA [Introducing co-creative TA]. Retrieved from http://www.sata.co.rs/files/introducing_co-creativa_ta_in_serbian.pdf

  • Tudor, K. V. (2006). Rebel with a cause: John Farrow (1946-2005). In Therapeutic Communities (Iss. 3). Emerald. Retrieved from https://www.therapeuticcommunities.org/

  • Embleton Tudor, L., & Tudor, K. V. (1999). The history of Temenos. In Self and Society (Iss. 2). Association for Humanistic Psychology in Britain. doi:10.1080/03060497.1999.11085934

Awards:

Research Prizes, Fellowships, Awards and Appointments
  • 2018. Finalist. Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Awards – Research Impact. AUT University.
  • 2018. Tourism New Zealand Award (with Dr Brian Rodgers, for winning the bid to host PCE2020).
  • From 2015. Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Roehampton, London, UK.
  • From 2015. Visiting Associate Professor, University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia.
  • From 2015. Fellow, The Critical Institute (http://www.criticalinstitute.org/)*
  • 2015. Finalist (as part of the Psychotherapy Programmes Team). Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Awards – Excellence in Teaching. AUT University.
  • 2014. Excellence in Publication (Overall Excellence), School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies, AUT University. Citation: “In recognition of his outstanding publication excellence”.
  • 2014. Excellence in Supervision, School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies, AUT University. Citation: “In recognition of his outstanding post-graduate supervision, as evidenced by quantity of students, quality of supervision and by successfully assisting students to publish their work”.
  • 2013. Excellence in Mentorship, School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies, AUT University. Citation: “In recognition of his outstanding post-graduate supervision, as evidenced by quantity of students, quality of supervision and by successfully assisting students to publish their work”.
  • 2012-2018. School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies. Research Assistance Grants.
  • 2010, 2011. Faculty of Health & Environmental Sciences. Travel Grants.
  • 1999–2002. Honorary Lecturer, School of Health, Liverpool John Moores University, UK.
  • 1995. The Bruce Burns Annual Mental Health Promotion Award, The Bruce Burns Trust, Birmingham, UK.