psychotherapy

Working Therapeutically with Someone in a Narcissistic Relationship

In September 2021 Brighton Therapy Partnership hosted an online workshop on ‘Narcissism and Working with the Children of Narcissists’ (on-demand catchup available) with our brilliant guest speaker Professor Julia Buckroyd.…

Bereavement Resources: Working with Children & Young People

Bereavement Resources: Working with Children & Young People In a previous blogpost we looked at Bereavement and Grief Resources for Therapists, mainly focusing on working with adults who have been…

Working with Challenging Clients in Counselling

In our therapeutic careers, we will undoubtedly encounter clients who are challenging, difficult, or hard-to-reach. This article examines how we can support such clients in counselling.

Spotlight on Phil Mollon – a Voice Against the Psychotherapy Status Quo

Dr Phil Mollon qualified in clinical psychology at Leeds University in 1976 whilst behaviourism was still in its heyday. Yet already at this early stage in his training, Phil wasn’t one to meekly sit back and accept the commonly espoused ideas of the day.

Clinical Supervision in the 21st Century: a Place Of Fear Or Love?

Professor Colin Feltham will be chairing our Conference on Supervision which takes place in Brighton on Saturday 29th April. In this article he shares some of his ideas on the practice of supervision in the UK.

Perspectives on Interpretation in Psychoanalytic Counselling

Dr Maggie Turp, Dr Aaron Balick and Patrick Casement came together to discuss the nature and value of ‘the interpretation’ in counselling. Is it still a valid therapeutic tool? Or has it reached the end of its useful shelf life?