Thought-provoking posts from our diverse community of therapists
Psychoherapist Ian Pittaway explains how the Parent-Adult-Child model of transactional analysis can uncover the roots of a client’s patterns of being.
If you’ve not yet delved into the hi-tech world of offering virtual client sessions, counsellor Chloe Foster explains why you might want to try it.
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.
We’re currently on hold…
Thanks to everybody who contributed content to the site in 2019.
I’m currently taking a breather to pursue other things. So I won’t be adding new content to the site until further notice.
Please check with individual organisers whether groups, trainings and other events are running before going to them!
Thanks and best wishes for 2020.