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Person-Centred Basics – Janet Tolan on Listening to the whole person

This is is the first of an occasional series we are launching, refreshing some basics of person-centred theory. We are beginning with Janet Tolan, on the importance of affording the core conditions to self-structure. ‘Listening to the whole person One … Continue reading

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A Letter to my Son about Porn: Harriet Pawson & Cindy Gallop for TED Thanks to Katheryn Trenshaw on Facebook for this link. I have today updated this post in a few respects (1 May 2015). The direct path is … Continue reading

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