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Resparking: Conquering Post-Covid Challenges with Courage and Resilience

The following blog post is an adapted version of an original article, written by Graham Music called: Finding courage, resilience and hope after fear, disconnection, and post-Covid malaise and originally…

Private Practice: Making it Sustainable and Successful

Written by Shelley Holland, Owner of Brighton Therapy Partnership We are very fortunate to have the amazing Simonne Gnessen join us at Brighton Therapy Partnership for an online evening seminar…

Legacy and Identity: Famous Replacement Children

Throughout history, many renowned figures in various fields, including William Shakespeare, Carl Jung and Elvis Presley, have been identified as “replacement children” – individuals born following the death of a…

Breaks in Therapy: A Therapist’s Personal Account

Breaks in Therapy are a core part of the therapeutic work, and impact both clients and therapists in different ways and at different times. The following article is written by…

The Replacement Child: Why we should care to grieve

The definition of the term ‘replacement child’ is complex and depends on the individual and their family psychodynamics.  As a starting point The Replacement Child Forum define how a person…

The Impact of Breaks in Therapy & Attachment Styles

Therapy is a dynamic process, typically based on a consistent relationship ultimately resulting in trust and growth. But like all other engagements, there are occasional interruptions, be it due to…