ARTICLES & LINKS
The University of Glasgow holds an R.D. Laing collection including Laing's personal papers and library, acquired from his estate, plus the unedited footage of his 1972 US tour, presented by director Peter Robinson's son, Kenneth. (Click on the text to visit the website.)
RELEVANT ARTICLES ON R.D. LAING
"Human, all too human: The Life and Work of R.D. Laing," featuring interview with R.D. Laing by Douglas Kirsner, Ph.D.
"Shamanism, Healing and R.D. Laing" by Francis Huxley. duversity.org.
"Sparks of Light: Faith, Hope and R.D. Laing" by Daniel Burston. Dharmacafe.com.
"A Road Less Traveled: The Dark Side of R.D. Laing's Conception of Authenticity" by Michael Guy Thompson, Ph.D. Psychotherapy in Australia, Vol. 18, No. 2: February 2012.
"R. D. Laing’s Legacy to the Psychotherapy Experience" by M. Guy Thompson, Ph.D. The Psychotherapist (a publication of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy [UKCP]). Issue 43, 2009.
"Awakening to Love: R.D. Laing's Phenomenological Therapy," by S. Gans. The Psychoanalyitc Review, Guilford Press, Volume 87, No. 4, August 2000.
"Remembering Ronnie" (with Steven Gans), Janus Head: The Legacy of R.D. Laing (special issue), 2000.
"The Fidelity to Experience in R. D. Laing’s Treatment Philosophy" by M. Guy Thompson, Ph.D. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Volume 33, No. 4:595-614, 1997.
"Deception, Mystification, Trauma: Laing and Freud" by M. Guy Thompson, Ph.D. The Psychoanalytic Review, Volume 83, No. 6:827-847, 1996.
R.D. Laing: 50 Years Since the Divided Self, Theodor Itten & Courtenay Young, Editors. PCCS Books, UK, 2013.
The Little Book of Goodness, by S. Gans. Booklocker, 2003. (Kindle)
Just Listening: Ethics and Therapy (with Leon Redler), S. Gans. Xlibris, 2001. (Kindle)
"What is Ethical Analysis?" by S. Gans. Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis. Volume 10.2 - Views Of Heidegger, 1999.
"Questioning Existential Analysis Today," by S. Gans. Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis. Volume 1, 1990.
"Levinas and Freud: Talmudic Reflections in Ethics and Psychoanalysis" by S. Gans in Facing the Other: The Ethics of Emmanuel Levinas, by Sean Hand, Curzon Press.