Parents never really understand, do they? They just go about their business. But anything could happen. It’s as if they don’t realize how important they are. And then, later, it’s as if they don’t realize how unimportant they are.
Posts Tagged ‘UKCP’
Hoping to raise its profile over the coming years, the BABCP has produced a 35-page development plan and is asking its members for feedback. However, the BABCP is a strange organization in that it does not actually exist for the benefit of its members, nor indeed of its members’ patients. This strangeness is reflected in the plan.
Posted in CBT, For therapists, Review, Techniques, UK, tagged anonymity, blogging, Carl Rogers, CBT, conguence, counseling, counselling, delusion, entrapment, HPC, identity, mental health, mental illness, paradox, psychodynamic, psychotherapy, R.D. Laing, reality, terminology, therapy, UKCP, victim on October 24, 2009| 8 Comments »
Ever since I started writing here, I have thought of myself as an anonymous blogger. That’s not the case at all, it turns out, as two separate things that happened to me last week revealed. The two experiences illuminated opposite sides of what it means to have an identity, and why identity is important for psychotherapists.