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The Menopause in Therapy

  • 18th Oct 2021
  • Emma Palmer

What role can we play in supporting clients who are experiencing the perimenopause or menopause? To mark World Menopause Day, Emma Palmer reflects on the rich range of responses to this life stage she has encountered – and the diverse work this calls for in therapy, from giving space to what is culturally silenced to celebrating new potency.

Hope in Therapy

  • 11th Jan 2021
  • Denis O'Hara

What place does hope occupy in therapy? What about during a global pandemic? As we look to the year ahead, Professor of Counselling Dr Denis O’Hara discusses the nature of hope, its power to shape our futures, and the role therapists can play in helping clients to discover, uncover, or even create their own hopes.

How Dance Movement Psychotherapy Helps Young People

  • 3rd Jun 2019
  • Kimberley Pena

How can we best support young people in today’s demanding world? Through rebuilding their relationship with their moving and feeling body, argues Kimberley Pena. A dance movement psychotherapist, she explains how neuromuscular pathways are shared by gestures and emotions, making the moving body vital in improving children’s mental health.

Brexit on the Couch

  • 22nd Mar 2019
  • Sarah Niblock

The UK is currently in the grip of a colossal identity crisis – something therapists know rather a lot about. With the clock ticking ever louder on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, Professor Sarah Niblock, CEO of UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), considers the nature of ‘Brexit anxiety’, and the vital importance of understanding ourselves before we can move forward.