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Carl Rogers on remembering our humanity

“Before every session, I take a moment to remember my humanity. There is no experience that this man has that I cannot share with him, no fear that I cannot understand, no suffering that I cannot care about, because I … Continue reading

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The Conflict – Update & Zarathustra

On 17 February, we published the following post about a conflict involving this service. https://palacegatecounsellingservice.wordpress.com/2014/02/17/the-conflict/ I was interested to see this article by Zarathustra, a.k.a. Phil Dore, on that post. http://notsobigsociety.wordpress.com/2014/02/27/exeter-counselling-service/ If you would like to read the full story … Continue reading

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