Tag Archives: Arthur Musgrave

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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Arthur Musgrave – The Emergence of ‘State-endorsed Therapy…?

http://matthewbowespsychotherapy.co.uk/emergence-state-endorsed-therapy/ Click on the link to visit Matthew Bowes’ website for this paper by Arthur Musgrave, delivered at the UPCA Conference in November under the full title: ‘From Cottage Industry to Factory Production – The Emergence of ‘State-endorsed Therapy…?’. Gratitude to … Continue reading

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