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Anxiety taking over?

Sometimes anxiety can creep up on you and before you know it, it is controlling your life. It can become more pronounced around the times like celebrations and holidays. Day…

Working with Trauma

Positive feedback is still arriving for the recent Working with Trauma 1918-2018 conference, with participants finding the different view points – historical, contemporary and complex trauma treatment – stimulating and…

WPF Therapy Book of the Month – November 2018

How to Flourish as a Psychotherapist by Professor Brett Kahr. How do you develop a truly rich and rewarding career in psychotherapy? How can you find joy in such painful work? How do…

Your gift made easy

WPF Therapy has made it easy to donate towards the charitable work that we do by joining AmazonSmile. This means that when shopping for items via Amazon there is a…

Does the trauma ever leave us?

It would be difficult to be unaware that there are many organisations and events acknowledging the 100 year anniversary of WWI, with much of the material highlighting the resulting trauma…

WPF Therapy – Meet the staff

Rayna is a Client Services Administrator working as part of the clinical team that is the first contact for clients onto the therapeutic pathway, both on the telephone and in…

Living in Language – Book Launch 27th October 2018

The launch for the new book by Stephen Gross on Saturday, 27th October was well attended by WPF Therapy staff, graduates and colleagues.  Stephen Crawford welcomed everyone to the event…

WPF Therapy Book of the Month – October 2018

Living in Language: Poetry and Prose by Stephen Gross A conversation with Stephen in a café is to be transported to the Café Landtmann in fin de siècle Vienna (with Freud sitting…

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…