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The ‘professional’s’ role in a free society

‘It is my opinion that the professional’s role in a free society should be limited to contributing technical information men need to make their own decisions on the basis of their own values. When he pre-empts the authority to direct, … Continue reading

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Existential Therapy by Richard Bargdill

A helpful diagrammatic summary from Richard, with thanks to him and to the Facebook page for the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Division 32. Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter

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Dan L. Edmunds: Center for Humane Psychiatry Click on the title for an interesting Facebook post about a U.S. service which sounds similar in purpose and ethos to this one. Palace Gate Counselling Service

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