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, March 2019
In this issue ... contents and editorial
I wish I was water, then I would never die
Free article: The neurotypical world very often makes no sense at all to neurotypicals, so how on earth do we explain it to the neurodiverse? By Neville Tomlinson. Private Practice, March 2019
Free article: David Membrey and Barbara Mitchels outline the implications for therapists in private practice. Private Practice, March 2019
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