About Neel

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Neel Burton is a psychiatrist, philosopher, writer, and wine-lover who lives and teaches in Oxford, England.

He is a Fellow of Green-Templeton College, Oxford, and the recipient of the Society of Authors’ Richard Asher Prize, the British Medical Association’s Young Authors’ Award, the Medical Journalists’ Association Open Book Award, and a Best in the World Gourmand Award.

You can find Neel on Twitter and Facebook, and at www.neelburton.com.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. beyondanomie
    Jul 16, 2010 @ 10:17:39

    Good to see you blogging. I look forward to reading much wisdom!

    Reply

  2. Jane Smith-Eivemark
    Apr 27, 2014 @ 14:08:00

    Good Morning Neel,
    I discovered your work this morning. I am delighted with your approach, comprehensive understanding, and simple earthiness. I am at the last stages of training as a Jungian Analyst in Toronto, Canada. I work with those who are dying in a residential hospice and some women in the inner city in Hamilton, Ontario as well as having started a small practice as a candidate in training. I see depression, at times, helping people to prepare to die – this follows your sense of the “gift” of depression. I am captured by your approach – perhaps, because, I studied philosophy and theology for numerous years. Your approach as a psychiatrist is utterly refreshing. One day I would love to have a conversation. I believe in fantasy too!

    May you continue to succeed in all that you do. The world needs you.

    Reply

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