Monthly Archives: February 2012

Liminal States of Love

Since attending a recent lecture about the feelings of, “Not Knowing,” in life I have been drawn to exploring more about the liminal status we can find ourselves in with relationships. Anthropologist Victor Turner’s book The Ritual Process, Turner describes … Continue reading

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Counselling and Coaching: A Collision or Collaboration?

I am delighted to have been asked to present an evening talk entitled Counselling and Coaching: A Collision or Collaboration? TAP (Taunton Association of Psychodynamics) provide monthly talks in Taunton suitable for counsellors, psychotherapists, social workers, teachers, nurses, clergy, doctors … Continue reading

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New Leaf New Love – Keeping love alive

With Valentine’s Day I thought I would say a few thoughts about love and relationships. At New Leaf we see a lot of clients who are struggling in their relationships, either they have grown apart or find themselves becoming resentful … Continue reading

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