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Respecting the Phenomenology

I have been thinking this week about a component of humanistic (person centred) psychotherapy known as ‘client phenomenology’. I would not consider myself any more challenged with the travails of this world than the next person, however I have been considering the different counselling approaches that I learned about during my degree in relation to improved wellbeing. 618 more words

Psychology

Sowing Seeds

I found this dandelion clock when I took my camera on a mindful stroll around the streets where I live. It reminded me part of the process of practicing mindfulness. 249 more words

Mindfulness

How do we Teach and Practice Hypnotherapy?

As a transpersonal student community it is helpful to have an insight into what is going on in other courses.  For example you might be wondering “what are those people doing in that Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy, and how does it fit within the transpersonal field? 400 more words

Newsletter - July 2014

Meeting as Equals: The Value of Person-Centered Therapy

In an earlier post, I discussed the counseling style I adhere to: person-centered therapy. Today, I’d like to share a short video clip from an interview with the founder of person-centered therapy, the late Carl Rogers.   556 more words

Kennesaw Counselor

On Change

As I am retraining to become a counsellor, often I am called upon to reflect on my personal experiences in the context of some theory or another. 427 more words

“To be with another in this way means that for the time being you lay aside the views and values you hold for yourself in order to enter another’s world without prejudice.

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Palace Gate Counselling Service

Quote Of The Day

The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change.

Carl Rogers”