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The big issue: Hope in the shadow of conflict
Open article: Catherine Jackson explores the role of the therapeutic professions in times of war and global threat. Therapy Today, May 2022
‘I still believe an ethical complaints structure is crucial’
Matthew Campling describes how he coped when a former client made a complaint against him. Therapy Today, May 2022
Dilemma: Is it OK to end work with a client because you don’t like them?
Our Ethics team and Therapy Today readers consider this month’s dilemma. Therapy Today, May 2022
Coming in the June 2022 issue:
- fear, anxiety and the toxic trans debate
- why every practitioner needs a practice rationale
- working with the pursuer/withdrawer dynamic
- supporting Gypsy, Roma and Traveller clients
- using the outdoors as part of the therapeutic process
- do we all need 1.5 hours of supervision a month?
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