Psychotherapie Innsbruck Dr. Loacker


Psychosoziale Vereine und Angebote

Sozialtherapeutische Arbeitsgemeinschaft Tirol (start pro mente Tirol)

pro mente (pro mente Tirol)

Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie Krankenhaus Hall (Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie-Abteilungen des LKH Hall in Tirol)

Psychosozialer Krisendienst (Psychosozialer Krisendienst des Landes Tirol)

ÖAS Online-Ambulanz (kostenloses therapeutisches online-Angebot der ÖAS)


Psychotherapeutische Vereine und Einrichtungen

Österreichische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Systemische Therapie und Studien (ÖAS)

Milton Erickson Institut Dr Bartl (Milton Erickson Institut Innsbruck)

Verein für Personenzentriertes Lernen (VPL VRP Wien)

Tiroler Landesverband für Psychotherapie (TLP)

PsyOnline (Plattform für Psychotherapie und die Suche von PsychotherapeutInnen)


Akademische Publikationen (Selektion)

Loacker, B. (2022). Does the ethos of law Erode? Lawyers’ professional practices, self‑understanding and ethics at work? Journal of Business Ethics.

Butler, N. and Loacker, B. (eds.) (2022). Capitalist unrealism: Countering the crisis of critique and imagination. ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 22(2).

Loacker, B. (2021).  Challenging thought at ephemera: Attempting to think and organise differently. ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 21(4).

Loacker, B. (2021). Entrepreneurship and the struggle over order and coherence: A thematic reading of Robert Musil’s The Man without Qualities. Culture and Organization, 27(5).

Heinrichs, R., Loacker, B. and Weiskopf, R. (eds.) (2019). Speaking truth to power? The ethico-politics of whistleblowing in mass-mediated societies. ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 19(4).

Jeanes, E., Loacker, B. and Sliwa, M. (2019). Complexities, challenges and implications of collaborative work within a regime of performance measurement: The case of management and organisation studies. Studies in Higher Education, 44(9).

Loacker, B. and Sliwa, M. (2018). Beyond bureaucracy and entrepreneurialism: Examining the multiple discursive codes informing the work, careers and subjectivities of management graduates. Culture and Organization, 24(5).

Jeanes, E., Loacker, B. and Sliwa, M. (2018). Revisiting struggles over gender inequalities: An account of three academics. M@n@gement, 21(3).

Loacker, B. and Sliwa, M. (2016). ‘Moving to stay in the same place?’ Academics and theatrical artists as exemplars of the ‘mobile middle’. Organization, 23(5).

Loacker, B. and Sullivan, R. (2016). The liminality of branding: Interweaving discourses ‘making up’ a cultural intermediary occupation. Marketing Theory, 16(3).

Chertkovskaya, E. and Loacker, B. (eds.) (2016). Consumption of work and the work of consumption. ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 16(3).

Jeanes, E., Loacker, B., Sliwa, M. and Weiskopf, R. (eds.) (2015). Mobilities in contemporary worlds of work and organising. ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 15(4).

Sandberg, J., Loacker, B. and Alvesson, M. (2015). Conceptions of process in organization and management: The case of organizational identity. In Garud, R., Simpson, B., Langley, A. and Tsoukas, H. (eds.): The emergence of novelty in organizations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Loacker, B. and Peters, L. (2015). ‘Come on, get happy!’: Exploring absurdity and sites of alternate ordering in Twin Peaks. ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 15(3).

Jeanes, E., Loacker, B. and Sliwa, M. (2014). Researcher collaboration: Learning from experience. In Huzzard T. and Jeanes, E. (eds.): Critical management research: Reflections from the field. London: Sage.

Loacker, B. (2013). Modulated power structures in the arts and their subjectivity-constituting effects: An exploration of the ethical self-relations of performative artists. Business and Professional Ethics Journal, 32(2).

Loacker, B. (2013). Becoming culturpreneur: How the neoliberal ‘regime of truth’ affects and redefines artistic subject positions. Culture and Organization, 19(2).

Loacker, B. (2011). ‘Be Creative!‘ – Kulturorganisationen und Künstler als Vorreiter deregulierter Arbeits- und Lebenswelten?. In Fonds Darstellende Künste (ed.): Report Darstellende Künste. Wirtschaftliche, soziale und arbeitsrechtliche Lage der Theater- und Tanzschaffenden in Deutschland. Essen: Klartext Verlag.

Hoedemaekers, C., Loacker, B. and Pedersen, M. (eds.) (2012). The commons and their im/possibilities. ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 12(4).

Loacker, B. (2010). ‘Kreativ prekär‘: Künstlerische Arbeit und Subjektivität im Postfordismus. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag.

Loacker, B. and Muhr, S.L. (2009). ‘How can I become a responsible subject?’ Towards a practice-based ethics of responsiveness. Journal of Business Ethics, 90(2).

Loacker, B., Weiskopf, R. and Auer, M. (2006). Spannungsfelder der Personalpolitik an Universitäten – das Beispiel der Österreichischen Universitätsreform. Zeitschrift für Hochschulmanagement, 3(1).

Weiskopf, R. and Loacker, B. (2006).  ‘A snake’s coils are even more intricate than a mole’s burrow’: Individualization and subjectivation in post-disciplinary regimes of work. Management Revue, 17(4).