16 March 2017
The March issues of our 'Children & Young People', 'Private Practice' and 'University & College Counselling' journals have just been published.
Non-members can read a selection of featured articles from these and earlier issues online.
In ‘The transgenerational perspective’, school counsellor, supervisor and tutor Lucy-Jean Lloyd looks at how grandmothers, uncles, great-grandfathers or long-lost cousins can haunt or help a young person’s life.
In ‘When is it time to retire?’ Anne Power, a visiting lecturer and counsellor in private practice, explores some issues faced by therapists approaching retirement. She discusses the challenge of closing down a service they may have been offering for decades.
In ‘What could they be thinking? Understanding the adolescent brain’ Michael Nagel explores the impact of brain maturation on emerging adult emotion and behaviour, highlighting the importance of awareness of this process on delivering effective therapeutic services. Michael is Associate Professor in Human Development and Learning in the School of Education at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia.
We produce seven quarterly divisional journals
, as well as ‘Therapy Today’ and the online ‘Counselling and Psychotherapy Research’. If you would like to join a division or subscribe to a journal, please contact us