Licensed Psychologist PSY 8292
John H Neal, PhD retired from Clinical Practice as of August 1, 2017.
(Formerly) Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor,
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences,
Stanford Medical School

Note: Below are a list of publications. The first of these is available online as a PDF file. Click on the reference to go to the page on which it can be read in your browser (if you have the Adobe Acrobat Plug-in) or downloaded as a PDF file.

Neal, J.H. (1998). Narrative ideas for working with men in couples therapy.

Neal, J.H., Zimmerman, J. & Dickerson, V.C. (1999). Couples therapy and cultural discourse: A narrative approach. In J. Donovan (Ed.), Short-Term Couples Therapy . New York:NY, Guilford Press.

Neal, J.H. (1996). Consultation and training from a narrative perspective. Journal of Systemic Therapies, Special Issue on Narrative Therapy, 15,1, 11-26.

Neal, J.H. & Slobodnik, A. (1991). Reclaiming men’s experience in couples therapy. In M. Bograd (Ed.), Feminist Approaches for Men in Family Therapy, New York: Harrington Park Press. (Also published as Journal of feminist family therapy. 2, 3/4, 101-122).

Neal, J.H. and Herzog, D. (1986). The family dynamics and family treatment of anorexia nervosa and bulimia. Pediatrician: International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health, 12, 139-147.

Kantor, D. and Neal, J.H. (1985). Integrative shifts for the theory and practice of family systems therapy. Family Process, 24, 1. {Reprinted in Italian as Kantor, D. and Neal, J.H., (1986). Teoria e terapia sistemica: Una proposta di integrazione. Terapia Familiare, No. 20, 49-69.}

Neal, J.H. (1983). Children's understanding of their parents' divorces. In L. Kurdek (Ed.), New Directions in Child Development: Children and Divorce, No. 19, San Francisco, Jossey-Bass.

Neal, J.H. (1982). Review of Gregory Bateson's Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity. Harvard Educational Review, 52, 97-101