David Fryer’s ambition is to develop and deploy critical ways, which do not reinscribe the problematic features of the psy-complex, to engage progressively and effectively with power, subjectivity and community. David prefers to collaborate with others inside and outside mainstream academia to uncover and contest oppressive practices within and against communities. He has learned much about this from Scottish community activist, Cathy McCormack and from reading the works of Joao Biehl, Judith Butler; Nikolas Rose and Linda Tuhiwai Smith. David worked over 20 years at the University of Stirling developing a critical version of community psychology. During that time he served as Co-Editor, Praxis Section Editor; Book Review Editor and Associate Editor of the Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. David is currently based in Brisbane, Australia, where he is currently Head of Discipline (Social Science) in the School of Counselling at the Australian College of Applied Psychology. He is also Honorary Associate Professor in the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences at the University of Queensland, where he is a member of the supervisory teams of 4 brilliant PhD students doing critical work. David is also Professor Extraordinarius at the University of South Africa Institute for Social and Health Sciences. Community Psychology: Subjectivity, Power and Collectivity by David Fryer and Rachael Fox will be published in Ian Parker (Ed.). Handbook of Critical Psychology. London: Routledge. You can listen to a conversation (with musical interludes) between David and Cathy McCormack at: http://www.mixcloud.com/CathyMcCormack/cathy-mccormack-interviews-david-fryer-ep2/ You can email David at: firstname.lastname@example.org.