Narendra Keval is a Psychoanalyst, Adult and Adolescent Psychotherapist, and Consultant Clinical Psychologist. He worked as a senior clinician with patients suffering from complex personality disorders in a range of NHS settings and consulted to organizations in both the public and corporate sector on issues of suicidal risk. He is a visiting lecturer at the Tavistock Clinic, London and has been a visiting speaker at Psychoanalytic training institutes in the UK, Cape town, South Africa and USA. His perspective on racism as an obstacle to curiosity was published in his book Racist States of Mind. He works in full-time private practice.
Tune in to Narendra Keval’s episode on the Choose to be Curious podcast:
Want to teach Narendra Keval’s Curiosity Studies chapter? Consider pairing with:
- Francisco Goya (1797–1799), El sueno de la razon produce monstruos (The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters)
- Stephen: The Murder that Changed a Nation, BBC Documentary Series (2018).
Read more from Narendra Keval on curiosity!
- Racist States of Mind: Understanding the Perversion of Curiosity and Concern (Karnac Books, 2016).