Tag Archives: accountability

Human

For the writer, this says all that is necessary. It illustrates what is (catastrophically) left out of account by the ‘perpetrator’/’victim’ binary mindset favoured in our cultures as they stand…. Thank you to Yaacov Darling Khan for posting this on Facebook, and … Continue reading

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James Garbarino on the connection between adult violence & childhood trauma

Here’s a brief excerpt to give you the flavour. James Garbarino is a psychologist, a writer, and a professor at Loyola University in Chicago, who has spent years working with men convicted of violent crimes. His (experiential and evidenced) perspective … Continue reading

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Brené Brown on Blame – The RSA Shorts

The writer found the animation a little distracting (for which she has decided not to blame The RSA). You may love it or you may consider closing your eyes for Brené’s neat little exploration of blame: what it is and what … Continue reading

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Two letters to Tim Bond on BACP’s proposed changes to the ethical framework – Els van Ooijen

http://www.nepenthe.org.uk/ethics/ The second in our series of posts on BACP’s proposed changes to its Ethical Framework. We share the concern of many therapists about the nature and direction of these changes (and BACP’s political ambitions). We do not think this … Continue reading

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