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A different pathway for therapists too

As Lindsey has already posted, we are putting together some words to describe who we are and what we offer. We have already posted a rewriting of Carl Roger’s 19 Propositions, and our client ethos statement. This is what we … Continue reading

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A different pathway – what we offer

On 16 January, I posted:- ‘Our Service Ethos, and Carl Rogers’ 19 Propositions: A revisiting’ https://palacegatecounsellingservice.wordpress.com/2014/01/16/our-service-ethos-and-carl-rogers-19-propositions-a-revisiting/ In it, I described our recent decision not to renew our organisational membership of the BACP. Clearly one of the potential benefits of membership … Continue reading

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Our Service Ethos, and Carl Rogers’ 19 Propositions: A revisiting

We chose in October last year not to renew our organizational membership of the BACP, although many of our 30 or so individual therapists remain members of this, UKCP or another such organization. We continue to support them in working … Continue reading

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