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Ethics versus Compliance. The Institution, Ethical Psychotherapy Practice, (And Me) – Farhad Dalal

This is the third of our series looking at some of the issues around BACP’s proposed changes to its Ethical Framework – and why we and other practitioners so strongly object to its movement from an ethics-based code to a … Continue reading

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Neurocardiology: Your Heart Has A Brain: Steven Templin Click on the title for this interesting post on Facebook….. Excerpt: ‘Did you know that your heart consists of more neurological tissue than muscle? Your heart actually has its own brain, a … Continue reading

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