New Therapist 21
The big ideas edition
Oiling the wheels of change
The mixed fortunes of an ambitious UK programme to boost emotional literacy.
Honouring our clients' resistance to violence and oppression
Allan Wade tells Tom Strong of his preference for focusing on clients' efforts to beat their abuse rather than talk about its effects
Process work practitioner Lesli Mones talks about worldwork, the big idea which ha emerged from Arny Mindell's process approach.
Servant-leadership: The doorway to community
Why serving is the world-changing form of leading.
Have you noticed lately how well the placebo is faring in the drug trial circuit? Have you noticed that some people seem to not want to notice?
New Therapist 19
The retrospective edition
Common hope from common shock
The heart and soul of family therapy:
A review of and extract from Lynn Hoffman's candid new book on her career in family therapy.
Life or Theory?
The evolution of a therapist across life transitions
All the freshest therapy news, research, book reviews and conferences.
New Therapist 20
The brief edition
The lay of the solution-focused land, its inhabitants and its customs
No problem: Talking solutions with Steve de Shazer
An exclusive, no-nonsense interview with the no-nonsense co-founder of no-nonsense solution-focused brief therapy
An interview with Bill O'Hanlon about the possibilities of his Possibility Therapy and its departures from all the schools in which Bill spent his thereutic apprenticeships
DOBT tool kit for rapid, in-depth effectiveness
Methods and concepts of depth-oriented brief therapy
Rodney Yoder puts "mental illness" on trial