Mensing, M. (Writing in progress). Spirituality, the key to human growth: A scientific analysis (Book).

Mensing, M. (2023). Facing the world materialist science leads us towards. The Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 23 (2), 15-20.-->Read Article

"Is subjective experience a brain product, generated by chemical and electrical processes that can be replicated in machines? This article explores the implications of what we believe to be true"

Mensing, M. (2023). An exploration of the role of neuroscience and neuroimaging in the psychodynamic approach. The Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 23 (1), 23-28.-->Read Article

"Psychodynamic psychotherapy assumes that much of human experience occurs unconsciously. Could memory reconsolidation provide a key to alleviate unconscious emotional learnings?"

Mensing, M. (2021). How relevant is some knowledge of neuroscience for those working to help sex addicts recover? The Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 21 (3), 9-13.-->Read Article

"Many psychotherapists doubt that effective therapy needs neuroscience, but the damaging impact of early contact to internet pornography on the complex brain system cannot leave us cold"

Mensing, M. (2020). Effectiveness of cognitive behavioural therapy versus metacognitive therapy on the treatment of anxiety. The Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 20 (2), 13-17.-->Read Article

"Recent studies about the effectiveness of MCT and CBT on the treatment of anxiety show a promising potential for MCT compared to CBT, especially in the treatment of General Anxiety Disorder. The results of a longitudinal online survey about social anxiety further challenge the underlying assumption in CBT that irrational beliefs are the root of the problem."