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Quelques considérations sur les impacts psychologiques de la crise du Brexit

Le 23 juin, une majorité de l’électorat britannique s’est prononcée en faveur d’un retrait du Royaume-Uni de l’Union Européenne. Au delà des conséquences politiques et économiques immédiates et à long terme, les individus eux-mêmes sont touchés profondément par cet événement sans précédent. Ce court article, à l’usage des pscyhothérapeutes et des personnes intéressées par le … Continue reading Quelques considérations sur les impacts psychologiques de la crise du Brexit

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In Brief: what happens during the initial consultation?

People who come to see me for the first time often tell me: “I’ve never done this, what happens now?”. The workings of psychotherapy appear indeed to be shrouded in mystery, which is why I’d like to list a few useful bearings for people who are considering psychotherapy or counselling and haven’t carried out extensive research. … Continue reading In Brief: what happens during the initial consultation?

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Psychotherapy on Skype

Psychotherapy and Counselling on skype

I offer psychotherapy and counselling consultations on Skype. Some of the people who see me regularly sometimes use Skype to ensure that, wherever they may be in the world, they  can keep to regular appointments. Skype offers a greater depth of communication than the phone, because it is possible to convey a greater array of non-verbal cues … Continue reading Psychotherapy on Skype

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Article review – Peter Fonagy on psychotherapy in the NHS

Article review – Peter Fonagy on psychotherapy in the NHS I am reading Martin Pollecoff”s interview of Peter Fonagy in the Psychotherapist, the magazine of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy, of which I am a member, and find myself resonating with Pollecoff’s concern that “in IAPT (increasing access to psychological Therapies) you have people who … Continue reading Article review – Peter Fonagy on psychotherapy in the NHS

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Integrative psychotherapy and coaching – how do the two mix?

Integrative psychotherapy and coaching – how do the two mix? As published in the Autumn edition of the Newsletter for the Association of Integrative Coach-Therapist Professionals (AICTP) Coaching interventions in psychotherapy: challenges to the transferential relationship As I was looking for inspiration to write this short piece about how we can draw upon our coaching … Continue reading Integrative psychotherapy and coaching – how do the two mix?

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Four elemental questions for therapeutic psychology: a personal view

In this article, David Zigmond, who is a GP, Psychiatrist and psychotherapist, gives us four fundamental questions to ponder when we see patients for psychotherapy. Zigmond is concerned that the medical model, prevalent in the NHS, does not equip us with the mindset that is necessary for an authentic encounter. He proposes four fundamental questions … Continue reading Four elemental questions for therapeutic psychology: a personal view

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Should a psychotherapist be prescriptive with his or her clients?

Cedric Bouet-Willaumez, London psychotherapist, received an email from a person who visited his website (www.london-counselling-psychotherapy.org.uk) and who wrote to him: “My parents sent me a place to be talked out of [my feeling self-conscious] once a week for quite a time when I was very young. It did not good at all”. Very often there is … Continue reading Should a psychotherapist be prescriptive with his or her clients?

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Workshop at the annual conference of the College os Sexual and Relationship Therapists

Cedric Bouet-Willaumez, Harley Street psychotherapist, workshop leader at the annual conference of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapy London psychotherapist Cedric Bouet-Willaumez was invited by the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT) to run workshops for its annual conference on 19 and 20 May 2012. The conference had as a central theme the importance … Continue reading Workshop at the annual conference of the College os Sexual and Relationship Therapists

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