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Therapist feedback on working for Palace Gate Counselling Service

In June, we published a new page on this blog giving examples of client feedback we have received recently:- https://palacegatecounsellingservice.wordpress.com/client-feedback/ In the next couple of days, we will publish a companion page of feedback from our therapists, past and present, … Continue reading

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Aggression and the Vigorous Snuggle: Rachel Schofield, Hand in Hand Parenting

http://www.handinhandparenting.org/article/handling-a-childs-aggression-setting-limits-with-vigorous-snuggle/ Click on the link for this ‘conscious parenting’ site, and an excellent article by Rachel Schofield on the meanings of aggression in children, and how to meet this as a parent in a way that will support you and … Continue reading

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