Posts for the “Government closes existing facilities: cases” category

Jumbled thoughts following the Alliance for Counselling and Psychotherapy’s rally

by Julia Evans on December 3, 2012

These are subjective impressions – they are my way of making sense of the conversations during yesterday’s Alliance’s (Strap line: Supporting diversity, responsibility, autonomy and innovation in the psychological therapies) rally: (…)

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I would love to meet you at ‘The Future of Counselling & Psychotherapy : Rally & Conference’ 2nd December 2012 in London N17

by Julia Evans on November 10, 2012

Dear Alliance  Supporters, Are You Coming To Our Conference? Sunday 2nd December 2012 From 9.30am at the Selby Centre, London N17 8JL Location: The Selby Centre  is a former Tottenham secondary (…)

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Letter to the Guardian: Cut-price therapy and the trauma underlying mental ill health

by Julia Evans on November 8, 2012

Some more on taint or stigma and the Government’s use of power. My recent posting is also relevant, available here The pot (HM’s Opposition party) calls the kettle (Celebrity culture) (…)

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Proposal for cooperation: Against Government action: John Rowan speaks

by Julia Evans on October 5, 2011

PROPOSAL FOR COOPERATION   John Rowan (Co-Chair, Association for Humanistic Psychology in Britain)   Humanistic psychology is in danger.  The rise of behaviourist therapies, financed by the Government in this (…)

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The collation of information on Government action continues…

by Julia Evans on September 29, 2011

BAAT  (British Association of Art Therapists) has had the same brilliant idea for action.   On Wednesday 28th September 2011, BAAT sent out an information request.  If you are currently (…)

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Government action closes existing facilities so contracted-out services can be used (& controlled): case 1

by Julia Evans on September 29, 2011

Save Redbridge Art Psychotherapy Services for people with Mental Health Challenges: NELFT Board of Directors   So much for ‘good intentions’ of Paul Burstow MP[i].  How cynical can it get?  (…)

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