Clinical Dilemmas When Working With Older Clients

Clinical Dilemmas When Working With Older Clients

By Helen Kewell – Humanistic Counsellor (MBACP)   Working therapeutically with those in later life is not often seen as the cutting edge of the counselling world and it is researched and written about relatively infrequently. For those of us that do, we...
Spirituality in Therapy

Spirituality in Therapy

By Sue Flint – Retired Person-Centred Counsellor & Supervisor   Do you declare your religion on Therapists’ advertising websites?  Perhaps you think this is too much disclosure?  Having faith and listing yourself as Christian, Catholic, Muslim or any...
What Is Psychodrama?

What Is Psychodrama?

By John Wenger- Counsellor & Psychotherapist    Psychodrama is an action methodology pioneered by Dr Jakob L Moreno in the early part of the 20th century and which encompasses a range of techniques that aim to facilitate deep insight and healing, and which...
Thinking and Walking: A Transformative Partnership

Thinking and Walking: A Transformative Partnership

By Linda Berman – Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist   ‘Methinks that the moment my legs begin to move, my thoughts begin to flow.’ – Henry David Thoreau In this post we will work towards an understanding of the inspirational effects of walking outside...
Ghosting

Ghosting

By Dan Williams  – Integrative Psychotherapist   The origins of these reflections This article offers advice on work with clients who ghost or are ghosted in online dating. To illustrate my views, I have used my own experience of being the ghost and of...

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