Tag Archives: person-centred supervision

Palace Gate Counselling Service – Independent Listener

This post introduces a new role: our independent listener. This is a new external resource for our therapists. The Context We structure this service to provide plenty of support to our therapists, in what can be an isolating profession. At … Continue reading

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John Bradshaw on Community (with some thoughts on person-centred supervision)

‘Community is a synthesis between mutuality and individuality. The truer the community, the more solid the individuals within it. To put it another way, people best achieve individuality in a true community and they create a true community only when … Continue reading

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Therapist-Patient Bond Can Make or Break Psychosis Treatment – Traci Pedersen

http://psychcentral.com/news/2015/04/11/therapist-patient-bond-can-make-or-break-psychosis-treatment/83408.html?utm_source=PsychCentral&utm_medium=twitter No surprises here from our perspective. This article is a brief summary, rather than a more detailed/in depth exploration of the theme – worth passing on, nonetheless. Our experience at this service daily tells us it is the relationship … Continue reading

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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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