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Trust: A Leap in the Dark

In 2012, during the Para-Olympic Games, I watched the long-jump competition for sight-impaired athletes. To make the competition fair, all competitors were blind-folded (since some had some sight and others…

Working with Trauma 2017-2018

WPF Therapy is hosting this event on Saturday, 10th November 2018. What have we learned about working with the impact of trauma over the last 100 years?

NEW COURSE : Certificate in Supervision January 2019

Applicants are required to be at least 2 years post-qualification with at least 500 hours clinical practice (some of which may have been completed during training). This course is open…

Memory

Memory, what we remember and don’t remember and how we remember, is a central theme in much therapy. Sometimes the problem can be that we can’t stop remembering: if you’ve…

Remembering

September 11th 2001: everyone, unless they were very young at the time, will remember where they were that day and how they heard the news. It was a defining, devastating…

Stress

Stress is a word everyone uses and we all have an idea of what it feels like, but do you every really think about it and try to understand where…

Working with Trauma: 1918-2018

We are delighted to announce that Phil Mollon will be joining us as one of our speakers at the Trauma Conference 1918-2018 on Saturday, 10th November 2018. Dr Mollon is…

Fragments

People often come into therapy with a clear sense of what is wrong and what they want to talk about and can speak and think freely about what is happening….

John Shirley Obituary

John Shirley, who graduated from WPF Therapy as a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist in 2016, has sadly died from cancer. John established a private practice after qualification. Psychotherapy was a second career…