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Two important first steps have their 50th anniversary

WPF is sharing its 50th anniversary year with the 50th anniversary year of the launch of Apollo 11, the first mission to land men on the Moon. It was a…

The life and work of Joan Riviere. Freud, Klein and Female Sexuality Lecture with Marion Bower

We are looking forward to welcoming  Marion Bower to WPF Therapy on Saturday 27th July 2019 to give a talk on Joan Riviere’s life and her experiences. Marion will focus…

Book of the Month – July 2019

Going Sane by Adam Phillips (2006, Penguin) Reviewed by our staff:  Abi  Canepa-Anson “Adam Phillips explores an aspect of the mind that we are afraid to explore, the fear of…

Another 50th Anniversary of an event that has made a difference to many lives

WPF Therapy is sharing our 50th anniversary (#50yrsoftherpy) with the 50th anniversary of the The Stonewall riots. These riots are widely considered the single most important event leading to the…

Book of the Month – June 2019

Learning Along the Way: fresh insight on psychoanalysis and psychotherapy by Patrick Casement Published 2018 by Routledge “This book, my latest and surely my last extensive writing on psychoanalysis, contains…

WPF Therapy – Meet the Staff

Krysia Zalewska has recently joined us as a Training Manager. This role includes overseeing, and being actively involved in, conducting the selection process of potential trainees for the Clinical Qualification…

Celebrating Volunteer Week 1- 7 June 2019

Volunteer Week runs from 1 – 7 June 2019 and WPF Therapy would like to take the opportunity to say a BIG thank you to all our volunteers. We are…

WPF Therapy’s Bamboo Cups

The WPF Therapy bamboo cup materials are 80% bamboo fibre, 10% cornstarch and 10% melamine (a plastic commonly used for cups and bowls). All bamboo cups have some melamine or…

When your mind and body become a battlefield

The body image focus of the recent Mental Health Awareness Week is still resonating with many people. This account recalls one ongoing struggle and how therapy is helping. “I have…