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 2019
In this issue ... contents and editorial.
Free article: Joanna Griffin on the usefulness for clients of understanding emotions from an evolutionary perspective. Private Practice, September 2019
Welcome to the jungle
Free article: BACP Workforce Lead Kris Ambler shares insights on consortium development and public sector procurement. Private Practice, September 2019
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