Peter Todd

Peter B. Todd has been a research psychologist at the Neuropsychiatric Institute, Sydney, a member of the Biopsychosocial AIDS Project at the University of California, a consultant in the department of immunology at St. Vincent’s Hospital, and a research co-ordinator at the Albion Street AIDS Clinic, Sydney.

His papers have appeared in the British Journal of Medical Psychology, the interdisciplinary journal Mind and Matter, and Teilhard Studies, the journal of the American Teilhard Association. His most recent book is The Individuation of God: Integrating Science and Religion (Chiron Publications, 2012).

He is currently a psychoanalytic psychologist in private practice in Sydney, Australia.


The neglected holocaust

EssayAustralia's position on the neglected holocaust of AIDS, even in the immediate region, is overwhelmed by relentlessly beating the tribal drum about the spectre of global terrorism. This continues to eclipse the challenge of the HIV/AIDS pandemic from the...

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