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November 28, 2017

Often  when people try to increase their activity levels in an attempt to feel better, they often want to start with the things they “should be doing”, such as cleaning the house, sorting bills etc. Maybe things have got on top of them and they want to ‘clear the decks...

Our bodies are inseparable to our mental health, yet are often forgotten about in our head-orientated culture. In a society that gravitates towards a splitting of the spiritual and the physical (from book shop shelves to mindsets) this book is a helpful reminder of the...

November 18, 2017

Apart from the obvious dramatic appeal of a great story well told, The Secondary Victim also gives a thought provoking insight into the intimacy of the client/therapist relationship and the ethics of therapy.

November 12, 2017

Having a complaint made against me was not so much harrowing as extremely distressing.  From the beginning, I decided to write a play that was definitely not about my own experience, but which reflects a growing trend in therapy - and as it turns out, in the world gene...

November 11, 2017

One of my biggest crisis while a client and therapist occurred when I was diagnosed with cancer in 2012. You don't need to have been affected by cancer, indeed any health-related crisis, to know how a crisis can change us, short-term or long-term. It will affect ou...

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