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Psychological Therapies for Survivors of Torture: A Human-Rights Approach With People Seeking Asylum

Following an online event with Jude Boyles and colleagues we received several questions and comments from viewers. Here Jude and colleagues respond to those questions. The world of therapy is now heavily affected by the holy grail of evidence based practice, RCTs, time-limited work - what would you say about…

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Psychological Therapies for Survivors of Torture

Edited by Jude Boyles Introduction – Everyone should know what happens to us My first ever client who was a survivor of torture was an Iranian man called Reza. Two pictures from Tehran that his mother sent me still hang on the wall of my therapy room, and I have…

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Safe with Self-Injury - Review in BACP Journal Children and Young People

A review by counsellor Effie Lunn for Safe with Self-Injury by Kay Inckle. BACP Journal Children and Young People. June 2017 Click here to read the review in full http://www.pccs-books.co.uk/downloads/Safe_with_Self-Injury_Review_(002).jpg

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The Handbook of Person-Centred Therapy and Mental Health

This is an extract from Chapter 11 by Emma Tickle and Stephen Joseph entitled Using attachment theory in person-centred therapy The idea for this chapter arose from a recent teaching session with some of our students on a person-centred training course. They had recently started a new placement, working with children…

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