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From the archive

Reweaving the self – approaches to chronic pain. In an article from November 2005, Rona Hardy unpicks the complex threads of depression, anger and anxiety woven up with chronic pain Read more

Behind the pictures

April’s illustrator Mark Smith describes what inspired his artwork Read more

News: updated 14 April

The latest news

Counselling beats psychology for job satisfaction


YoungMinds launches medication advice website
Survey backs counselling for female offenders
Choice rolled out to NHS counselling
New website seeks perfect match
Investing in therapy cuts psychosis costs
Ketamine may help severe depression Read more

Inside latest issue

How I became a therapist: Sally Ingram

As Director of Durham University’s counselling service, Sally Ingram feels privileged to be able to help young people grow into their potential Read more

News feature: Should we have the right to die?

With a Bill soon to come before Parliament, Catherine Jackson explores counsellors’ views about assisted dying Read more

Dilemmas: Client confidentiality online

What if a client believes you have discussed their case in an online professional development group? Read more

Whatever happened to critical thinking?

Colin Feltham says counsellors need to think more and emote less Read more

When the bully is a fellow therapist

Werner Kierski and Jessica Johns-Green talk to victims of this far from rare problem in organisations Read more

Setting up in private practice

Fiona Starr and Karen Ciclitira offer advice to counsellors setting up on their own for the first time Read more

 

TT.net wins award

Online Media Award for TherapyToday.net

TherapyToday.net won the 2013 Online Media Award for best health/education news site. The website was also nominated for best specialist site for journalism Read more

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