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Psychological Process: When a System Splits

As a clinical psychologist, I’m interested in how groups of people (referred to here as the system) work with and around a client, and what this tells us about the service user’s personal experience and relationships. As clinicians, or allied

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Why People Self-Harm & How To Help

It’s always concerning to hear that self-harm is on the up. With the amount of stress young people are under, it’s no surprise some are struggling. In this post, I will share the reasons why people self harm; an understanding formed through

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When Therapy Ends

Endings are an inevitable part of therapy. It is usual, particularly for time limited work, to be clear about endings from the start of therapy. This offers clear boundaries and clarifies timescales but doesn’t mean endings are easy. Thankfully, the majority

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