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, September 2018
In this issue ... contents and editorial
Mental health: time for a rethink
Free article: Johnathan Sunley asks if making what troubles us a medical matter could be causing us to lose our minds. Private Practice, September 2018
Sex addiction: The search for a secure base
Free article: Whether or not we wish to use the term ‘sex addiction’, it’s clear that sexual compulsivity poses a significant problem for an ever-growing number of people, writes Joanna Benfield. Private Practice, September 2018
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