Volume 5, No 2, 1998
Format: A4 Printed Journal (48pp)
ISBN: 1350-4614 (ISSN)
- Price: £3
2 in stock
Editorial: Drop ‘counselling’
‘How we are’ – news, views and information on:
- Power of suggestion
- Menstruation and asthma
- Problem children
- Blood pressure and humour
- Steroids and depression
- Inappropriate counselling
- Young girls who diet
- Pleasure and health
Not only canaries need sing
Making proper use of the voice is vital for both individual and collective well being, explains Angela Caine.
Blowing off the stress
Peter Levine says we can learn from the wild how best to handle post traumatic stress.
“Imagine a miracle”
Ron Wilgosh on the benefits of brief therapy — for both client and therapist.
False illness in children — or simply false accusations?
Lisa Blakemore-Brown describes the shocking outcome of wrongly applied labels of Munchausen syndrome by proxy.
Half an hour can change a marriage
John Gottmann talks to Barry Winbolt about his research into relationships and how therapy can help when they are going wrong.
Talking about death
To help others face death, it helps if we can face our own, says Richard Reoch.
Plus: News • Legal Column • Book Reviews • Letters
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