About me ...
Joanne Elizabeth Hunt
Independent disabled researcher and therapist on hiatus, Stroud UK
MSc (distinction), MBACP, GMBPsS
firstname.lastname@example.org (blogsite related)
Bio forthcoming ...
Hunt, J. (2022). Towards a critical psychology of chronic fatigue syndrome: Biopsychosocial narratives and UK welfare reform. Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, 22(1), 18-28. (click here for full access final pdf)
Hunt, J. (2022). Holistic or harmful? Examining socio-structural factors in the biopsychosocial model of chronic illness, ‘medically unexplained symptoms’ and disability. Disability & Society, 18 July. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687599.2022.2099250
Hunt, J. (2022). Making space for disability studies within a structurally competent medical curriculum: Reflections on long Covid. Medical Humanities, 19 July. https://doi.org/10.1136/medhum-2022-012415
Hunt, J. (2022). Examining the psychology of practitioners, institutions and structures: ‘Medically unexplained symptoms’ and biopsychosocial discourse reflexively revisited. Outlines. Critical Practice Studies, 23(1): 6–49. https://doi.org/10.7146/ocps.v23i1.129191
Hunt, J., Blease, C. and Geraghty, K. (2022). Long Covid at the crossroads: Comparisons and lessons from the treatment of patients with myalgic encephalomyelitis / chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Journal of Health Psychology, 27(14), 3106-3120. https://doi.org/10.1177/13591053221084494
Hunt, J. (2022, November 9). Biopsychosocial model or bio-political Ideology? Medically unexplained symptoms, welfare reform and the implications for Long-Covid. Citizen Network Research. https://citizen-network.org/library/biopsychosocial-model.html ISBN download: 978-1-912712-44-1
Hunt, J. (2023). On the need for structurally competent counselling and psychotherapy: Neoliberal ideology, disability and the psy disciplines. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 5 April. https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12649
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Hunt, J. (2022, October 5). Mapping out a critical psychology of ‘medically unexplained symptoms’: Neoliberalism, academic-state-corporate agendas, and the need to justify the self and the system. Click here for preprint.