The Therapist - Volume 3, No1 (1995)

Volume 3, No 1, 1995

The Therapist

Format: A4 Printed Journal (48pp) 

ISBN: 1350-4614 (ISSN)

  • Price: £3

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Editorial: Drought in a time of plenty

‘How we are’ – news, views and information on:

  • Creative resolution — Alternative philosophical assumption to existing psychiatric nursing
  • World Health Organisation report on mental illness
  • Stress and the amputee
  • The Dogma of depression — Pat Williams
  • Nutritrional Therapy.

Articles include

Ernest Rossi: Accessing the creative process

One of the pioneers of the mind-body link explains how the pathways of mind-body communication, not therapists, are the essence of healing.

Spectral evidence — fear and ignorance in the courts

Margaret Jervis describes the way primitive beliefs and poor training are promoting hysteria among police, social workers and counsellors.

Rebirthing, is is marvellous or terrible?

Joy Mannee takes a serious look at the background of a growing therapeutic practice.

‘Ethics’ in the criminal culture

Theodore Dalrymple argues that an insidious wave of nostalgia is glamorising crime.

Plus: News • Book Reviews • Letters • Publications


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