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The latest news: updated 26 November

Therapy reduces suicide risk


Government to publish 'blueprint' for school counselling
An unhappy marriage can break your heart
Women 'depressed by authority'
Adoption support fund rolled out across England
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Linked to this month’s cover feature on bereavement by homicide, Peter Jenkins explains current legal advice on accessing pre-trial therapy Read more

Behind the pictures

Eleanor Shakespeare describes the inspirations behind her illustrations for the November issue Read more

Inside latest issue

The interview: The unexpected is inevitable

Nick Totton talks to Colin Feltham about his life and work and the quest for social justice that inspires and guides him Read more

Dilemmas: Can we ask clients for testimonials?

In today’s online world, client testimonials may seem the obvious way to market your private practice. But is it ethical to solicit them? Read more

How are you managing?

Counsellors’ work is directly influenced by the way their service is managed. So why isn’t management higher up the professional agenda, asks Alison Brown? Read more

Counselling clients bereaved by homicide

Complicated grief doesn’t begin to describe what it’s like to be bereaved by homicide, writes Janet Nicholls Read more

Why do women get postnatal depression?

Postnatal depression is rarely only about motherhood yet too often a woman’s life history is ignored, says Anna Kinnaird Folkman Read more

Therapists are human too

Marie Adams delves into a deep reluctance among therapists to seek help themselves Read more

 

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