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Bringing yourself to the room as therapist

It is vitally important the therapist authentically brings their wholeness of being to the room – and not a presentation: a sanitised, tidied, diluted ‘professional’ version of themselves. We need to risk being ourselves, because that then invites the client … Continue reading

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A Person-Centred Take on Conflict Resolution

A Person-Centred Take on Conflict Resolution Click on the title for this Facebook picture and story. Like one or two of the commentators, I am not necessarily sure of the factual accuracy of this – and like others of the … Continue reading

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