Alongside articles which highlight best practice and share cutting-edge thinking, Private Practice offers relevant, practical information and practitioners’ personal perspectives and experiences. It provides a space for personal and professional reflection, a forum for conversation and debate, and an opportunity to network, so helping to reduce the isolation which can be felt by those in private practice.
Private Practice, Winter 2017
In this issue ... contents and editorial
Me and not-me
Free article: Eating disorders challenge the concept of the personal self as single, ongoing, consistent and conscious, writes Lesley Finney. Private Practice, Winter 2017
Free article: If we empower clients who bring the topic of gender identity into the therapy room with an awareness of their psychological process, and help them to become emotionally robust, they will make healthy choices, writes Michelle Bridgman. Private Practice, Winter 2017
Private Practice is published in March, June, September and December.
The next issue is published on 15 March 2018 and will feature:
- what it means to be 'authentic' from a range of therapeutic perspectives
- what therapists need to know when working with intersex clients
- the importance of endings in therapy
- ways in which a therapist's own body image might impact on client work
- the challenges of maintaining confidentiality in private practice
- working with gender, sexuality and different relationship structures
- what your clients say about you
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