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The Magical Healing Power Of Caring and Hope in Psychotherapy – Allen Frances

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/allen-frances/the-magical-healing-power_b_7020540.html Allen is a Professor Emeritus at Duke University. His perspective differs in some important respects from the writer’s – and she wholeheartedly agrees with some of his key statements, which closely reflect how we work at this service:- ‘….a … Continue reading

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Dreamspeak: Ancestral Healing – Toko-pa Turner Thanks (once again) to Monica Cassani for the link to this beautiful and interesting post by Toko-pa Turner.┬áToko-pa talks about healing trauma/inward wounds passed through generations, drawing in her own family experiences, and the … Continue reading

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