Powell, Andrew – Dr.

Dr Andrew Powell was formerly Consultant Psychotherapist and Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry, St George’s Hospital and University of London; and Consultant Psychotherapist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, the Warneford Hospital and University of Oxford. Founding Chair of the Spirituality and Psychiatry Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK (www.rcpsych.ac.uk/spirit) and past council member of the Scientific and Medical Network.

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  • Correspondence with Andrew Powell Email from Tom McLeish Dear All Perhaps a brief comment on reductionism, following this fascinating conversation, – I have become increasingly of the view that this isn’t so much a philosophy as an empirically testable statement about the universe we live in. I can imagine, in other words, worlds in which all causal agency was located in ...
  • Members and Advisers Galileo Commission Co-ordinators Prof Dr Harald Walach (Germany and Poland), Professor, Medical University Poznan, Lecturer and Visiting Professor, Department of Psychology, University Witten-Herdecke David Lorimer (France), Programme Director SMN Richard Irwin (UK), Director SMN Advisers  Dr Eben Alexander III (US), neurosurgeon and author Prof Chris Bache (US), philosopher, Youngstown State University Anne Baring (UK), Jungian analyst and author Prof Imants Baruss (Canada), psychologist, King’s University College Dr Vasileios ...
  • Powell, Andrew – Dr. Dr Andrew Powell was formerly Consultant Psychotherapist and Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry, St George’s Hospital and University of London; and Consultant Psychotherapist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, the Warneford Hospital and University of Oxford. Founding Chair of the Spirituality and Psychiatry Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK (www.rcpsych.ac.uk/spirit) and past council member ...
  • The Healing Potential of Anomalous Perceptual Experiences Dr Andrew Powell ‘If the Doors of Perception were cleansed, everything would appear to Man as it is, infinite. For Man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro’ narrow chinks of his cavern’. William Blake 1 Introduction In this short paper, I want to outline the nature of anomalous perceptions, challenge some assumptions about what we mean by reality and ...