Since the foundational work of Karl Jaspers phenomenology has been among the foremost philosophical contributors to mental health care.
Continuing the tradition of Twentieth Century phenomenology and psychiatry established by Karl Jaspers, a wide range of contemporary researchers and clinicians contribute to clinically oriented research in phenomenological psychopathology.
We give s sample of these in this section. Others are listed in the Index of Research and in the Index of Educational Resources on other pages of this website.
A comprehensive selection of work in contemporary phenomenology relevant to mental health is given in The Oxford Handbook of Phenomenological Psychopathology.
The following table gives a sample of those working in areas of contemporary phenomenology relevant to clinical care in mental health