Remember 2012? A lot of water has passed under the bridge since then, but who would have predicted some of the events that have taken place in the intervening years? Who would have predicted the 2012 Olympic Games would have been a stunning success that brought people in the UK, albeit briefly, closer together? Who…Read More
Glimpses behind the therapy room door…
Doing effective therapy is hard enough on its own. Integrating measures of outcome into the process adds additional complexity. Do it well, and the purpose, meaning and value of using measures is integrated into conversations. Do it poorly, and we hear the crunch of gears and a trail of potential alliance fractures. As this recent…Read More
What actually makes therapy work?
Meet Jordan Harris, a counselor based in the US. Our previous blog was the result of an invite from Jordan to contribute to his website. Here, we return the complement and make space for a perspective from Jordan, who shares (as part of a blog series) how his approach to alliance building helps him to…Read More