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Making Ourselves Known- Self disclosure

TT self-disclosure.pdf (chandcounselling.co.uk) “Making ourselves known” by Rakhi Chand The debate about self-disclosure and whether it is right to share anything with our clients of ourselves is illuminated by this article. Rakhi Chand defines self-disclosure as “the act of making… Continue Reading →

Shame and Humiliation

We have added this paper to the site (inspite of the rather repelling title!) , firstly because the Stone Institute based in Wellesley College, Massachusetts USA have developed a Relational-Cultural model of therapy that has been influential in bringing the… Continue Reading →

What works and doesn’t work in therapy. Mick Cooper reflects.

Personal Therapy: A Reflexive Account What have I, as a client, found helpful in therapy? What have I found unhelpful? And, What, for me, has been the process of change? We’re currently working on an analysis of young people’s experiences… Continue Reading →

Norcross & Lambert 2018 metanalysis: Psychotherapy Relationships that Work III

Psychotherapy © 2018 American Psychological Association 2018, Vol. 55, No. 4, 303–315 0033-3204/18/$12.00 http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pst0000193 Psychotherapy Relationships That Work III John C. Norcross Michael J. Lambert University of Scranton Brigham Young University This article introduces the journal issue devoted to the… Continue Reading →

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