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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…

Living in Language – new work by Stephen Gross

By October 2018 Stephen Gross will have been at WPF Therapy for 30 years. During this time he has been devoted to much more than teaching, supervision and clinical practice…

WPF Therapy – Meet the Staff

Jackie Becker spoke about working at WPF Therapy.  I work as a supervisor with the therapists in training. I graduated from WPF Therapy in 2003. At the time I was…

“They think it’s all over…..” Football and The Pain of Defeat.

I remember many years ago watching Manchester United playing Liverpool one Saturday lunchtime, in a pub in the East End: it was a beautiful early Spring day and a great…

WPF Therapy – Meet the Staff

I work as a psychodynamic psychotherapist and as a seminar leader at WPF Therapy where I teach Difference and Diversity to postgraduate psychotherapists in training. I’ve also taught on the…

WPF Therapy Book of the Month – June 2018

The Last Asylum by Barbara Taylor This is a fascinating read and quite compelling. It is a mixture of the history of treating mental illness in recent times and a…

Something’s bothering me…..I just can’t quite put it into words…..

This is a familiar feeling to many people: a sense that something isn’t quite right, a feeling of being troubled by emotions, thoughts or memories, but of not being able…

Remembering the London Bridge Attack

Like many people locally and across London, we have been thinking of the victims of the attack twelve months ago this weekend: those who lost their lives and the hundreds…