I have written a chapter for a book on psychotherapy, to illustrate how EDT can be adapted for use with adolescents in general, and, specifically, underachieving gifted adolescents:

‘Using Intensive Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy to Treat an Underachieving Gifted Adolescent’, in ‘The Theory and Practice of Experiential Dynamic Therapy’, edited by Ferruccio Osimo and Mark Stein. Published by Karnac in July 2012.

"I wholeheartedly recommend this book. It enables the reader to observe closely the therapeutic process, highlighting the healing ingredients across different therapeutic styles. One of the book's strengths is in displaying plenty of variations on the theme of Experiential Dynamic Therapy (EDT) therapeutic techniques, always highlighting the real, personal aspects of the therapeutic relationship. This is consistent with research findings that emotional experiencing, therapeutic alliance, and motivation lie at the core of successful outcome. Annotations to the clinical material are accurate and well to the point, giving the reader a direct view and understanding of the change process." Leigh McCullough, PhD, Associate Clinical Professor, Harvard Medical School

"This original and thoughtful book is distinctive in the way it emphasises that EDT is an over-arching term, embracing a number of therapeutic approaches. All of them, however, have a common conceptual core, which is outlined very clearly at the beginning. Ferruccio Osimo and Mark Stein, with a group of talented therapist colleagues (many working in the British NHS), have demonstrated how effective EDT can be with a range of patients in many settings. Impressively inclusive of a number of different techniques, each therapist gives a comprehensive, clear account of the methods that they are using, illustrating them with verbatim vignettes of actual therapies, all of which are touching stories in themselves. Additionally, the therapists explain as each therapy unfolds, why they made the interventions that they did, and do so in a refreshingly honest way that not only brings the whole process to life, but adds an important quality to the book as a whole." David Malan, DMFRC Psych, FRCPsych; IEDTA Emeritus President, Consultant Psychiatrist at the Tavistock Clinic, London (retired)


I have written psychologist’s advice columns that deal with relationships, sexuality, and other personal and inter-personal issues:

Zij aan Zij

My monthly column Uit de Praktijk appeared in the Dutch lesbian/bisexual magazine Zij aan Zij from 2006 to the end of 2013.


My monthly column Life Expert appeared in the UK lesbian/bisexual magazine Diva from 2005 to 2009.


Bi Social Network

My twice-monthly column Bi Life with Ronete Cohen appeared in the US bisexual website Bi Social Network, from my appointment as psychologist and columnist for the site in 2011 until the site went offline in May 2012.


My Reply to BACP re SCoPEd, following their response to my email below, was published here on 10 March 2022.

My article 'SCoPEd: my words to the BACP', a slightly edited version of my email to the BACP regarding my feelings about SCoPEd in general and my membership in particular, was published on this website on 21 February 2022.

My article 'Queer Disorientation: The Loss of the East' was published on the Person Centred Association blog on 15 January 2022.

My article ‘The truth about “curing” gays: Exposing the lies of a pseudo science’ is a free resource that has been posted online worldwide to help people at risk of being coerced into conversion therapy.

My article 'L-Porn: Real Pleasure in Front of the Camera' was originally published in Zij aan Zij in Dutch and now appears in English on the website Sense About Sex.

My article 'We Want It! We Love It!' was originally published in Zij aan Zij in Dutch and now appears in English on the website Sense About Sex.