Mark Morris is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst living in the UK and working in the UK National Health Service in Cambridge as a Consultant Medical Psychotherapist. He trained in medicine and psychiatry in Glasgow, Scotland as the seventh generation through the University of Glasgow, although the others studied law. He moved to London in 1990 to train with the British Psychoanalytic Society and after training in the Cassel Hospital Richmond as a psychotherapist, he worked in the Charing Cross Gender Clinic and as a consultant in St Bernard's Hospital (the old Hanwell Asylum that housed Charlie Chaplains mother for a period) before moving to be the Director of Therapy in HMP Grendon, the internationally renown high secure prison treatment facility run as a set of therapeutic communities. Next he worked in the Tavistock/Portman clinic, another NHS forensic psychoanalytic unit before spending a decade in independent sector hospitals leading secure personality disorder units and hospitals, before returning to work in the NHS.
His research interests have revolved around the personality of leadership, an subject in which he completed research doctorate in Keele University, and continental philosophy, particularly phenomenology, with its overlap into understanding psychiatry and psychopathology. He has written mainly on psychotherapeutic issues pertaining to working with people with personalty disorder and antisocial personality to date. Approaching retirement, he plans to write more, so watch this space.
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Hitler: Philosopher King
by Mark Morris
Hitler’s Aspergic personality and postmodern philosophy combined to enable both his personal political success and then the nature of the postmodern power state that he constructed, recreating a new culture and morality in order to yield the maximal amount of the only currency that survives the caustic deconstruction of postmodernism, namely power itself.
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