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Extract from Other Tongues by Beverley Costa

Chapter 1 - A multilingual client is different from a monolingual client. But multilingualism is largely ignored in core therapy trainings, which tend to be rooted in a monolingual ideology. That is quite surprising, given that multilingualism is on the increase.1 I have spent a long time wondering why this might…

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Extract from Psychiatry and Mental Health: a guide for counsellors and psychotherapists

Chapter 8. - Ethical issues in psychiatry and mental healthcare Chapter outline -  Key ethical frameworks Autonomy Ethical issues in psychiatry and mental healthcare practice Conflicts and tensions between psychiatry and counselling Introduction Whether we are aware of it or not, everything we do as helpers (whether we are mental…

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Questioning Psychology By Brian E Levitt

Part 1: Science is dead Chapter 1 - Life-giver Every single one of us goes through life depending on and being bound by our individual knowledge and awareness. And we call it reality. Itachi Uchiha (Kishimoto, 2016: 104) We often prefer statements to questions. They are more comforting, solid, stable. We can settle into…

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Brian Levitt on his new publication Questioning Psychology

Read Brian Levitt’s explanation of his new publication Questioning Psychology: beyond theory and control

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An extract from Psychogeography and Psychotherapy: connecting pathways

Introduction by Chris Rose Walking together can take different forms. It may be companionable – sharing an appreciation of the surroundings, discussing subjects of mutual interest; argumentative – one in front of the other, a long way apart or squeezed together on a narrow pathway; playful or earnest –…

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