Tag Archives: touch in therapy

Aggression and the Vigorous Snuggle: Rachel Schofield, Hand in Hand Parenting

http://www.handinhandparenting.org/article/handling-a-childs-aggression-setting-limits-with-vigorous-snuggle/ Click on the link for this ‘conscious parenting’ site, and an excellent article by Rachel Schofield on the meanings of aggression in children, and how to meet this as a parent in a way that will support you and … Continue reading

Posted in acceptance, anger, Carl Rogers, child development, client as 'expert', clients' perspective, conflict, congruence, core conditions, cultural questions, Disconnection, empathy, growing up, Hand in Hand Parenting, healing, interconnection & belonging, love, parenting, person centred, person centred theory, physical being, relationship, therapeutic relationship, violence, working with clients | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Story of Maddy & Fiona: A modern fable: Palace Gate Counselling Service

I first published this on my personal blog on 2 April 2013. Lindsey Talbott, Therapist Palace Gate Counselling Service Mary Kilborn (1943-2000)“Her preparedness to take risks and to run the danger of being accused of over-involvement (a favourite term of … Continue reading

Posted in core conditions, Disconnection, empathy, empowerment, ethics, fear, internal locus of evaluation, kindness & compassion, love, person centred, physical being, political, regulation, therapeutic relationship, touch in therapy, values & principles | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment