Christine Kupfer

Christine Kupfer is a lecturer in Counselling & Psychotherapy at the University of Abertay, Scotland, and works as a pluralistic therapist (MBACP). Her background and degrees (Masters, PhD) are in counselling, social and medical anthropology, education sciences, and psychology. Her research projects include a study on children’s mental health in India, a citizen science project on depression, ethnographic work with Ayurveda patients to understand their conceptualisations of health and healing, research on Rabindranath Tagore, and an ongoing project on the “Dark Side of Meditation”. She has published a monograph and many articles and is currently co-authoring a book titled Pluralistic Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques.

International Conference on Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy: ‘Applied Pluralistic Therapy: What are we doing in…