relationships

Intimacy and Attachment From Cradle to Grave

On 21st May Brighton Therapy Partnership are hosting a unique event with world renown systemic psychotherapist Dr Reenee Singh, CEO of the Association of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice in…

Professor Divine Charura Interview

Professor Divine Charura is a full Professor of Counselling Psychology and the Programme Director for the Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at York St John University (York, UK). He is a…

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.…

What to do When Counselling Isn’t Working

Whether it’s a feeling of being ‘stuck’ or just not getting to where you aimed to with a client, this article distills some of the key learning points from the day that you can put into practice with your clients.

Working with Projective Identification in Counselling and Psychotherapy

Mostly these unconscious projections will just pass us by, but there may be times when we end up feeling extremely troubled, angry, inadequate, impotent or just rather fazed in the face of unconscious projections from others.

Support for Anxious Attachment

This article looks in detail at anxious attachment and the role therapists can play in their lives. It distills some of the key learning points from a Brighton Therapy Partnership training course with Linda Cundy.