The November issue features the following articles...
‘You don’t talk your business to people’
Helen George explores the barriers that prevent African Caribbean older women from seeking counselling
The NHS in 2015
Gillian Proctor reflects on the politics and values of the NHS in 2015 and how things have changed since 2002
Retirement – a tale of attachment and loss
Anne Power outlines the push and pull factors for therapists considering retirement
When supervision goes wrong
Els van Ooijen considers what can go wrong when supervisors are not adequately prepared for the role
Working on the edge: supporting aid workers
Fiona Dunkley reports on how InterHealth Worldwide supports aid workers who respond to international crises
Dilemmas: Maintaining boundaries in couple work
Recently couples counsellor Avril separated from her husband after discovering he was accessing an online dating site. A client emails her to confess to an online porn addiction; he begs her not to tell his wife in their next session and asks for individual counselling to help him overcome his addiction. What should Avril do?
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