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The big issue: Generation COVID
Open article: How will COVID-19 affect children’s futures? Catherine Jackson reports on the impact so far and how we can ‘build back better’ for our children’s mental health and wellbeing. Therapy Today, May 2021
The big interview: Dwight Turner
Open article: Catherine Jackson talks to Dwight Turner about race, anger, authenticity and intersectionality. Therapy Today, May 2021
Taking supervision to other professions
We can use our rich pool of supervision skills and experience to help other professions work ethically and effectively, says Steve Page. Therapy Today, May 2021
Coming in the June issue...
- addressing hidden trauma in the gay community
- what you need to know about conversion therapy
- managing online dating as a therapist
- the therapeutic benefits of open-water swimming
- when therapists are guilty of fat shaming
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