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Talking About Mental Health

Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have enlisted a rapper, a Royal Marine and a Labour spin doctor to try to push stigma about discussing mental health…

“You’re so vain” – Holding up a mirror to narcissism

We are all increasingly aware that recent societal, political and personal changes have led to an increase in the narcissistic tendencies that are now part and parcel of everyday interactions. Narcissistic…

New CEO for WPF Therapy

WPF Therapy is very happy to announce that Sam Downie has been appointed as the new permanent CEO of WPF Therapy. She will formally take up her new position on…

Launch event for Let’s Talk About Sex programme of events

To begin this WPF Therapy series of lectures, workshops and discussions it was appropriate to begin with an event that focussed more on the process than the content of all that…

BBC Radio 4 – Freud for Our Times

Psychoanalysis is increasingly seen as the preserve of the time- and cash-rich minority, with other, cheaper forms of therapy now favoured by the NHS, but historian and psychoanalyst Daniel Pick…

Presentation at the Institute of Welfare

On 17th November Lynsey Hotchkies, Director of Training, was invited to provide a short presentation at the Institute of Welfare Annual General Meeting.  The Institute comprises corporate and individual members…

Let’s Talk About Sex

How do we start to talk about sex and sexuality with our clients? This is often a painful and difficult area for individuals, couples and groups. Some therapists may feel…

Lynsey Hotchkies Appointed Director of Training

We are very pleased to announce that WPF Therapy has appointed with immediate effect a new Director of Training, Lynsey Hotchkies.  Lynsey has worked at WPF for many years undertaking…

Brexit: Depression in more ways than one

The impact of the Referendum vote on Thursday will be reverberating through the UK, EU and further afield for years ahead.  Here at WPF Therapy we are aware of the…