The May issue features the following articles...
In the shadow of detention
Jude Boyles and Mohammed Shaez describe the role of counsellors supporting asylum seekers.
Opening the door to Muslim women
What are the particular challenges facing Muslim women in the UK today Ė and how can counsellors help, asks Catherine Jackson?
When CBT doesnít help
Helen Hadfield deplores the predominance of CBT.
Empathy key to CBT
Rod Holland revisits CBTís fundamental principles.
The strength to change
Mark Farrall and Nick Young on a new approach to tackling menís domestic violence.
Face to face with Rembrandt
Peter Cook describes a moment of truth inspired by the Old Master.
What if itís your child?
A first-person account from a parent and therapist whose child has been sectioned.
Peer supervision and collaborative power
Emma Wilkinson explores the challenges of peer supervision.
The value of place
Claire Sparrow works from a shepherdís hut in her garden.