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University and College Counselling November 2017
In this issue ... contents and editorial
Some challenges for psychodynamic counselling in further and higher education
Free article: Although our various trainings may have helped us find our feet as therapists, the received wisdom of therapeutic traditions may also blind us to new truths and concepts. Colin Feltham encourages us to ask ourselves some hard but necessary questions about the nature of our therapeutic realities. University and College Counselling, November 2017
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