Thought-provoking posts from our diverse community of therapists
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Analytic psychotherapist, Shane Sneyd explores how we can work with client’s feelings to help them become less overwhelmed by them.
Anna Honeysett, counsellor and author, explores the impact of the counselling room environment in organisational
and private-practice setting.
Psychotherapist Dan Williams explores the changing landscape of psychotherapy theory in relation to ourselves.
Counsellor Chloe Foster walks us through the often confusing world of pronouns.
Humanistic counsellor, Helen Kewell highlights some important points to consider when working with older clients.
Sue Flint reflects upon the role of spirituality in her counselling practice.
John Wenger gives us an introduction to the world of psychodrama.
Linda Berman helps us to understand the connection between thinking and walking.
Integrative psychotherapist, Dan Williams provides us with some insight into the practice of ghosting and how we might approach this issue with clients.
Phil Mitchell on things to consider when working therapeutically with sexually abused and exploited boys and men.