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Pete Sanders in conversation with Philip Thomas

Pete Sanders and Philip Thomas discuss Psychiatry in Context - Experience, Meaning & Communities

Gillian Proctor in conversation with Pete Sanders (2 of 3)

Dr Gillian Proctor has a particular interest in ethics, politics and power and the importance for counselling from the insights of sociology and philosophy. 

Gillian Proctor - The Dynamics of Power in Counselling and Psychotherapy (3 of 3)

Dr Gillian Proctor has a particular interest in ethics, politics and power and the importance for counselling from the insights of sociology and philosophy. 

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Dr Kay Inckle - Self-Injury. The Inner World.

Dr Kay Inckle talks about the inner world: what is it like being you?

Dr Kay Inckle - A Social Model. Context is Everything

Dr Kay Inckle talks about self-injury in relation to a social model

Dr Kay Inckle - Self-Injury Essentials

Dr Kay Inckle introduces the essentials of self-injury

 

Dr Kay Inckle - Embodying Distress

Dr Kay Inckle talks about the functions of self-injury.

 

Lisbeth Sommerbeck

Lisbeth Sommerbeck is a Danish clinical psychologist practicing person-centred therapy in a psychiatric setting. She has written several journal papers and chapters on different aspects of personm-centred theory and practice, and her well-received book The Client Centred Therapist in Psychiatric Contexts was published in 2003 by PCCS Books.

Marius Romme MD, PhD

Marius Romme MD, PhD in conversation with Pete Sanders. Marius Romme is a Professor of Social Psychiatry. His research over the last twenty-five years has focused on voice-hearing experience, and has been a cornerstone of today's recovery focused approaches to hearing voices.

Mick Cooper & Research

Mick Cooper in conversation with Pete Sanders about research in counselling and psychotherapy (2012). Amongst other things, the pros and cons of Randomised Controlled Trials are discussed. . Mick is Professor of Counselling at Strathclyde University, Glasgow.

Mick Cooper & existentially-informed person-centred therapy

Mick Cooper in conversation with Pete Sanders about existentially-informed person-centred therapy (2012). Mick is Professor of Counselling at Strathclyde University, Glasgow.