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The big issue: Playing the numbers game
Open article: If we don’t do more to bring young therapists into our profession, we risk becoming obsolete, says Ali Xavier. Therapy Today, July 2020
The mother-daughter puzzle
Societal expectations routinely set mothers and daughters up for conflict, says Rosjke Hasseldine. Therapy Today, July 2020
Finding new languages for loss
How can we help clients express the inexpressible in this time of coronavirus? By Sasha Bates. Therapy Today, July 2020
Coming in the September 2020 issue, published 27 August:
- racism – understanding the hurt and anger
- encountering unconscious bias in training
- the therapists’ guide to neuroscience
- the big interview: Gabor Maté
- how to achieve presence in supervision
- the power of coaching for social change
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