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Meet the staff

Welcome to another in our series of introductions to key teaching staff at WPF Therapy. We are very pleased to welcome Shirin Biria MSc, MBA, PGDip Psychotherapy (Dist.), to the role…

Thinking of Training but don’t know where to start?

Thinking about training as a psychotherapist? Wondering where to start? If you haven’t done any psychotherapy or counselling courses before, you would need to start with our Foundation Certificate in…

Book of the month – October 2021

Living While Black: The Essential Guide to Overcoming Racial Trauma by Guilaine Kinouani Some of the reviews for this recent book that is a timely and informative read in this,…

Book of the month – May 2021

Bringing together a dozen contributions from psychoanalysts of many different countries and theoretical orientations, Psychoanalysis and Covidian Life: Common Distress, Individual Experience a collective work edited by Howard Levine and Ana…

Reflections on “Our House, Our Home” by Psychotherapist CF   

Lockdown has affected us all differently. The experiences we will all be left with are unique and disparate. One thing, though, that we all have in common is that we…

Book of the month – April 2021

The clinical staff at WPF Therapy who were able to attend, had the pleasure of attending a workshop facilitated by Gillian Isaacs Russell and Todd Essig about working online with…

Women’s History Month

As we arrive at the end of March 2021, designated Women’s History Month, we want to acknowledge 12 transformative female therapists who have all taught at WPF Therapy and published…

Book of the month – February 2021

Available from March 4th, Eugene Ellis’s book The Race Conversation: An essential guide to creating life-changing dialogue explores the intersection of race and trauma, the non-verbal communication of race and…

Where are they now?

Continuing our look at psychotherapists who have graduated from WPF Therapy, we caught up with Abi Canepa-Anson who qualified in 2012.    Before embarking on psychotherapy training at WPF Therapy I worked in…