Many of these papers can be found here.

2016      An archetypal approach to treating combat posttraumatic stress disorder. In D. Downing and J. Mills (Eds). Outpatient treatment of psychosis: psychodynamic approaches to evidence based practice, pp. 171-195. London: Karnac Books.

2016      Some common themes of psychology as a human science. In C. Fischer, L. Laubscher, & R. Brooke ( Eds.). The qualitative vision for psychology: invitation to a human science approach, pp. 17-30. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press.

2016      Phenomenology of the transference. In J. McCurry (Ed.). The radically human world, pp. 3-12. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press.

2015      Jung and phenomenology. Classic edition. London and New York: Routledge. This is a republication, with minor changes, of the 1991 original edition. Reviews of the book can be found under the Reviews tabs here. (Note: Trivium Pubs printed the book in 2009, but there were numerous typological and textual errors. Trivium has agreed not to print anymore of these; some may still be in circulation. They are not recommended due to their numerous errors.)

2015     An honored guest in the iMfolozi and the possibility of homecoming. In M. Sipiora (Ed.). Imagining psychological life: philosophical, psychological, & poetic reflections, pp. 69-75. Pittsburgh: Trivium Publications.

2014   “The upright posture” revisited: Introduction to four papers in critical philosophical anthropology. The Humanistic Psychologist, 42: 80-82.

2013    Brooke, R. And Axelrad, J. (2013). Cost-effectiveness of psychological services. Brief summary in The Pennsylvania Psychologist, 73(6), pp. 13-14. Extended version (+20 pages) in my blog and online at: effectiveness of Psychological Services copy.pdf

2012    An archetypal perspective for combat trauma. Bulletin of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology, 13 (1), 2-7.

2012    Notes on the phenomenology of interiority. International Journal of Jungian Studies, 5, (1),  1-16

2012    Unusual treatment: a personal memory of helping people with PTSD in South Africa.  The Specialist: Newsletter of the American Board of Professional Psychology. Summer 2012, 51-53.

2012    Psychological trauma and the combat veteran. Officer Review, Dec.

2009     Jung and phenomenology. 5000 word entry in Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion. Managing editor, David Leeming. Springer Pubs.

2009     The self, the psyche, and the world: a phenomenological interpretation. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 601-618.

2009     Jung and phenomenology. Republished by Trivium Pubs. *See footnote below

2008        Ubuntu and the individuation process: toward a multicultural analytical psychology. Psychological Perspectives, 51: 36-53.

2006     The return of expertise in clinical practice. Psychologist/Psychoanalyst, 21, 2, pp. 26-28. Slightly modified version of The fall and rise of expertise (ref. below).

2006     The fall and rise of expertise. Bulletin of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology, 10, 1, Fall ’05/Winter, 8-11.

2002     Humanistic sensibilities in the assessment of dementia patients. The Humanistic Psychologist, 30, 136-149.

2000     Emissaries from the underworld: psychotherapy’s challenge to Christian fundamentalism. In P. Young-Eisendrath and M. Miller (Eds), The Psychology of Mature Spirituality,145-159. London and Philadelphia: Routledge.

1999     Pathways into the Jungian World. Edited and introduced. London and Philadelphia: Routledge.

1997     Phenomenologists reading Jung. The San Fransisco Jung Institute Library Journal, 16, 1, 25-28.

1997     Jung in the academy: a reply to Tacey.  The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 42, 2, 285-296.

1996     Analytical psychology and existential phenomenology: an integration and a clinical study. The Psychoanalytic Review, 83, 4, 525-545.

1995     Jung’s recollection of the life-world. Harvest, 41, 1, 26-37.

1994     Assessment for psychotherapy: clinical indicators of self-cohesion and self- pathology. The British Journal of Psychotherapy, 10, 3, 317-330.

1993     A Coyote barks at Prometheus:  archetypal images of the therapeutic stance. The Humanistic Psychologist, 21, 1, 58-64.

1991     Jung and Phenomenology. London and New York: Routledge.

1992     Phenomenological analytical psychology: a clinical study. Harvest, 37, pp. 88-100. Reprinted in: R. Papadopoulos (Ed.). Carl Gustav Jung: Critical Assessments. 4 Vols. Routledge, 1992.

1991     Psychic complexity and human existence. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 36, 4, 505-518.   

1991     Hermeneutic keys to the therapeutic  moment:  a Jungian phenomenological perspective. In R van Vuuren (Ed). Dialogue beyond Polemics, pp. 83-94. Pretoria, H.S.R.C.

1990     Reflections  on Jung’s  Experience in  Africa. In G. Saayman (Ed.) Modern South Africa in Search of a Soul, pp 81-95. Boston: Sigo Press.

1986     Merleau-Ponty’s  conception of the unconscious. The South African Journal of Psychology, 16, 4, 126-130.

1986     What is guilt? The Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 16, 2, 31-46.

1985     Jung and the phenomenology of guilt. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, Vol. 30, 2, 165-184.