Monthly Archives: February 2015

Therapy Videos and Discussion

For anyone with an interest in the counselling and therapy debate, Psychotherapy Networker has as good videos for you to watch. Follow the link; https://www.youtube.com/user/PsychNetworker/videos Advertisements

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Australian Cross Disability Alliance.

The decision fund the alliance is a timely one and is one that steps back from the workfare policies initiated by the Howard government and perpetuated by Rudd and Gillard. Under the previous governments, adherence to competitive funding has reduced … Continue reading

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A Pluralist Approach to Counselling and Therapy.

In this article, the Pluralist Counselling paradigm promoted by Mick Cooper and John McLeod is discussed. The article provides a glimpse into what might be the next movement in counselling and psychotherapy. Worth considering given the health professions welded on … Continue reading

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Brain and Mind Research Institute Becomes a SPARC

Under the leadership of world renowned mental health expert, Professor Ian Hickie, The University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Research Institute (BMRI) was established to reduce the burden of disease due to brain and mind disorders through interdisciplinary, collaborative, basic, … Continue reading

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