New Therapist 27
The survival edition
Tom Strong intrviews National Geographic explorer-in-residence Wade Davis on shamans, therapists and the death of the world's least recognised culture.
Surviving my shadow
An astonishing, true story about how one therapist survived gangsterism, friendship, her shadow and the most unlikely of therapeutic relationships.
Those who survive Bhambayi, one of South Africa's most treacherous townships, do it by more then wit and guile. These are the stories of the unique few who get out with their emotional lives.
New Therapist 25
The mediatory edition
Weaving stories through conflict
Tom Strong talks to Gerald Monk about his narrative approach to mediation.
Moments of email therapy
Long-time psychotherapist Gail Gottlieb and her client R give an insider's view on-and assessment of-their forays into email-based therapy.
Out of the frying pan
Rodney Yoder, who's been fi ghting to get out of a mental health centre for over a decade, is now apparently sane enough for a low security facility...
... oh, yes, and a charge of attempted first degreemurder, too.
Weapons of mass projection:
A psychotherapist's take on the war with Iraq.
New Therapist 26
The clean edition
The spotless low-down on the philosophy behind, techniques underpinning, and nagging questions about, Penny Tompkins and James Lawley's reading of David Grove's minimalist Clean Language therapy.
Paula Caplan, DSM IV committee member turned whistle-blower, tells New Therapist of the bizarre politics behind the APA's prevarications on who it decides to call mad
Tim Barry has been experimenting with the use of video in therapy with his clients.