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Greg Madison

  • PhD
  • 19PublicationsNumber of items in Greg's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
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About

Dr. Greg Madison is a Registered Psychotherapist (UK, EU & World Certified), Chartered Counselling Psychologist (BPS & HPC), Senior Lecturer, Qualitative Researcher & International Trainer. Dr. Madison offers psychotherapy and coaching in his consulting rooms in Brighton & London W1. He also offers therapeutic services online via skype and by telephone to private clients, corporate agencies and organisations. He lectures internationally on topics including Focusing Therapy, Advanced Counselling Skills, Psychotherapy Services, Team Conflict Resolution, and contemporary experiences such as Cross-Cultural Relocation & Migration. Greg has recently published a book on the topic of cross-cultural relocation and the deeper meanings of 'home' and 'belonging' in their widest senses. In his work Greg emphasises each individual's actual lived experience and how we each make sense of the situations in our lives. This requires taking account of our cognitive, behavioural, emotional, and cultural spheres of being. Learning to access and express our felt experience can bring fresh creativity and sensitivity to individuals, relationships, families, groups and organisations. Greg has over twenty years of professional experience and fifteen years of university education and post-graduate training. He remains active in academic settings as a lecturer, supervisor, researcher and writer. He has worked therapeutically with people in a great variety of settings, from high level corporate clients to children living on the streets. Greg has special interests in the application of an existential approach to therapy and coaching as well as various other practices. He also remains active in the area of migration experience and the existential motives underlying cross-cultural relocation.

Recent publications

  • Focusing on Existence: Five Facets of an Experiential–Existential Model

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  • Unsettling Thought. An alternative to sedentary concepts and a defence of Frodo

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