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Labour pledges school-based counselling for all
Manchester University closes counselling course
Counselling organisations join forces against reparative therapy
Unemployed young people 'highly anxious'
Matthew Booker describes the inspirations behind his illustrations for the December issue Read more
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Dr Andrew Reeves, BACP’s new Chair, talks to Colin Feltham about his journey into counselling and the beliefs and values that drive and inspire him Read more
TV presenter Alistair Appleton draws on the richness of both traditions in his meditation and psychotherapy practice Read more
You know a colleague has lied about their qualifications but said nothing. Now they want you to support them against a client’s complaint. What do you do? Read more
Mothers of problem gamblers may need help to break free from their own dependency, says Anne Glynn Read more
Naomi Moller challenges counsellors to address unacknowledged fat stigma in the therapy room Read more
Sarah Skarbek reports a LinkedIn discussion about why bullying thrives in counselling Read more
Find a supervisor or supervision group in your local area or online Read more
Find a placement in your local area on the placements noticeboard Read more
Help students with their studies by participating in their research Read more
Find a networking group to join in your local area Read more
Abi Howarth reviews A short introduction to counselling by Sally Aldridge Read more
Catherine Jackson reviews Queering health: critical challenges to normative health and healthcare Read more
Jackie Townsend reviews Cry of pain: understanding suicide and the suicidal mind by Mark Williams Read more