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A fishy moment in therapy

A client arrived for our session with a lovely angel-fish in a baggy. No longer allowed to have a fish-tank at home s/he wondered if the fish could live in my tank, rather than facing execution-by-toilet. A boat-load of traditionally … Continue reading

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The Therapist is a Client

I’ve been working with a personal trainer for the few months, and am struck by how many similarities it shares with the therapeutic process. When a client comes in for therapy, they know they want to change, but don’t know … Continue reading

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The Hardest Part

You know what the hardest part of being a therapist is? People always ask “how can you listen to people complain for hours on end?” thinking that is the hardest part of the job. It’s not. Complainers have no intention … Continue reading

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