Category Archives: empathy

I’m Day’d Out!

Everyday I receive a few notifications about “the day of” or “international week of” which I now find that I treat as white noise. It makes me wonder why as a society that we have to yell loudly from the … Continue reading

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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

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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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Something to Ponder

I came across this today in a book I’m reading. It made me pause and think about Australia and what’s missing from political discussion in this country. What do you think? “There‚Äôs a lot of talk in this country about … Continue reading

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