Category Archives: self development

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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Critical Disability Studies Forum.

If you have an interest in the future of disability, then this forum my be of interest to you. https://www.tasa.org.au/events/symposium-disability-support/

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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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