Why can’t we be friends? – Counseling Today

Over the past three decades, researchers have examined multiple relationships between psychotherapists and their current and former clients, and boundary issues have been explored in the ethics literature.

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Mental health crisis takes huge and increasing share of police time

Exclusive: Guardian research reveals 33% rise in cases linked to mental health over three years

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‘I thought I was going to prison, I owed the council that much money’

Victims of public sector debt collectors explain the impact of bailiffs, inflexible demands and unaffordable payments on their mental health

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Hypnotism used to treat shell shock victims: archive, 3 February 1920

Manchester Guardian, 3 February 1920: Soldiers who suffered in the war years have responded well to the unusual form of therapy, say observers

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Love and dementia: ‘Grandad’s like a naughty five-year-old’ – video

Dominic Sivyer’s portrait of his grandparents as they come to terms with the onset of his grandfather’s dementia

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Dear patient, thank you for reminding me to listen

I was frustrated that I couldn’t do anything to help a woman with mental health problems, but then I realised that just listening could help

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NICE critique: a call for more research, not excuse for less treatment

NICE guidelines for psychotherapy were criticised last week. Clinical psychologist Lucy Maddox discusses their value in practice.

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