I came across and article in Medium by Alison Crosthwait in Thinking about Psychotherapy. Called There is no hack that will get you around your unconscious
What I liked about this article was the way Alison was able describe in plain words what brings people to psychotherapy, what the incumbent needs for it to work and glimpses of the journey.
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Two courses have just been announced from Conscious Embodiment in cooperation with the International Society of Pre and Perinatal Psychology and Medicine; Emotional First Aid: From Trauma to Attachment. Crisis Intervention and Attachment Support for Parents, Babies and Toddlers – with Thomas Harms on 13th May and Templates of Embodiment – with Matthew Appleton & Jenni Meyer beginning in September 2016.
Emotional first aid
Templates of Embodiment
Exploring the place of Silence in Psychotherapy, Society and our World.
James Hillman famously titled his book “We’ve Had a Hundred Years of Psychotherapy and the World is Getting Worse”.
Despite the weight of increasing stress, depression and fear on a global scale, can the presence of Silence break open our isolation and sense of separateness and offer us a deeper connection to meaning, to ourselves, each other and to the world at large?
Continue reading “The Heart of Silence Conference April 16/17th 2016”