Tom Strong, Ph.D.
Tom Strong is a psychologist and recently retired counselor-educator with the Counselling Psychology area at the University of Calgary. Tom practiced social constructionist, or discursive, approaches to therapy in northwestern British Columbia for years before his academic career. Central to his academic research and writing has been a focus on the collaborative and critically reflective potentials he sees afforded by discursive approaches to psychotherapy. This focus translated to using discursive and action-oriented ideas and methods to research the practices, institutional and professional constraints on, and outcomes of, discursive therapy – in micro and macro ways. For details on his books, articles and chapters, and continued interests please consult his website, check out his many downloadable publications at ResearchGate ( or contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org). Tom now resides in beautiful Duncan, BC Canada where he continues to build on his ceaseless interest in social constructionist ideas and practices.
Strong, T. and Paré, D.A. (Eds.). (2004).
Furthering Talk: Advances in the Discursive Therapies.
New York. N.Y.: Kluwer Academic/Plenum.
Andy Lock (Editor), Tom Strong (Editor)
Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice [Paperback]
Olga Smoliak (Editor), Tom Strong (Editor)
Therapy as Discourse: Practice and Research (The Language of Mental Health)
Tom Strong, Ph.D. Manuscripts
- A Review of Lorraine Daston and Peter Galison’s Objectivity (25.13 KB)
- Collaboration, Generativity, Rigor & Imagination (56.34 KB)
- Considering the dialogic potentials of cognitive therapy (55.48 KB)
- Depression Science and Treatment?
- Talking about the DSM-V (69.71 KB)
- Wordsmithing in counselling? (78.54 KB)