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The site contains a searchable archive of over 500 articles published in Therapy Today since September 2005. Some articles are freely available, whereas others can be bought via the online purchasing system (log in to access more articles). To subscribe, click here.
Too few mothers get help for perinatal depression
Government sets waiting time targets for talking therapies
Physical activity linked to lower depression risk
Reading Well scheme reports first year success
Eva Bee describes the inspirations behind her illustrations for the October issue Read more
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Catherine Jackson previews Kicking the Bucket, a festival of living and dying that aims to challenge our fears about engaging with death Read more
Jackee Holder says that the counselling profession still doesn’t recognise the reality of racism and its impact on black people’s experience Read more
A near-fatal walking accident has given Alistair Ross a new appreciation of his own vulnerability and that of his clients Read more
Jayne Godward finds it can be hard for counselling tutors to manage the expectations of students and their institutions Read more
Clare Pointon looks at how university counselling services are facing increasing demand and more complex client needs Read more
Jude Fowler reviews the DVD August: Osage Country, directed by John Wells Read more