Magnus Englander is phenomenological psychologist and associate professor at the Faculty of Health & Society at Malmö University. His research is situated within the interdisciplinary research context on the topic of health and society. Englander’s phenomenological research covers interdisciplinary perspectives such as social psychology, social psychiatry, and social cognition. He served for five years as the book review editor of the Journal of Phenomenological Psychology and is the author of multiple articles on phenomenological psychology. He is the volume editor of Phenomenology and the Social Context of Psychiatry.
Susi Ferrarello is assistant professor at California State University, East Bay. She writes for Psychology Today. Among her publications there are novels, poetry, and academic books on philosophy, including Bioethics and Emotions, Phenomenology of Sex, Love, and Intimacy, The Ethics of Lived Experience: A Phenomenology and Husserl’s Ethics and Practical Intentionality.