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Group Psychotherapy: A place to overcome through connecting with others.

Psychotherapy groups are unique therapeutic experiences and are considered a radical departure from individual therapeutic approaches. The group itself represents a crucible for past and present experiences. Often the boundaries…

World Mental Health Day – 10th October 2019

Today is World Mental Health Day, and this year the World Federation for Mental Health has chosen ‘suicide prevention’ as the main theme for consideration. Maytree (www.maytree.org.uk) is a registered…

Book of the Month – October 2019

A Secret History of Christianity: Jesus, the Last Inkling, and the Evolution of Consciousness (2019) by Mark Vernon We are very pleased that Mark Vernon will be returning to WPF to…

Black History Month – Living and Learning

WPF Therapy’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is ongoing. During Black History Month we are highlighting these two valuable workshops. “The gap between the silence and the scream: Racism and…

Book of the Month – September 2019

We are very pleased that Juliet Newbigin and David Richards will be presenting a workshop at WPF Therapy in February 2020. The day will include material drawn from the recently…

Ways to avoid an ending

It was widely reported in the news last week that the suicide rate in the UK has risen to a 16 year high, with the sad and shocking statistic that…

50 Years of Therapy

Good to see our bamboo cups are getting out and about.  Don’t forget to post photos of yours on Twitter and Facebook.  Let us know @WPF_Therapy.

Keeping ‘in touch’

Sally-Ann Dunn is a WPF trained psychotherapist and writes about her recent experience of presenting a paper at an interprofessional conference considering ‘touch’ in therapy held by Essex University. The…

Autumn Blues

WPF’s Brief Therapists Margaret Mykura and Carla Franke reflect here on the upcoming changing seasons; There is something about the summer that lifts the spirits. Summer offers us hope; the…