Posts for the “Organisational” category

CHRE(PSA) trumpets its success in creating a ghetto of wellbeing practitioners who are compliant (for a fee) to the Government’s fantasy of safeguarding.

by Julia Evans on October 3, 2012

Contents: 1.  Introductory questions 2.  The CHRE(PSA) 3rd October 2012 circulation 3.  Attachments to the CHRE(PSA) circulation of 3rd October 2012 (i) Accredited Voluntary registers:  Standards for organisations holding a (…)

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The UK Government’s ethnic or practice cleansing of talking therapies: a response to CHRE/PSA consultation

by Julia Evans on July 10, 2012

Response to CHRE/PSA Consultation: Accreditation standards for organisations that hold voluntary registers for health and social care occupations: 17 April 2012 to 10 July 2012 Addressed to: Council for Healthcare (…)

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English context of Autism in relation to medical and other political formulations

by Julia Evans on June 30, 2012

The real in the XXI st century: 27th April 2012: Jacques-Alain Miller

by Julia Evans on April 27, 2012

Title: The real in the XXI st century Presented by Jacques-Alain Miller on 27th April 2012 in Buenos Aires on : Presentation of the Theme of the IXth Congress of the (…)

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…his lack of any self-limiting principle. If the problem is limits, then this is a problem without an easy solution, because we too have learnt to be limitlessly acquisitive: Christopher Caldwell

by Julia Evans on April 27, 2012

Power and limits. I suggest, following the theologian René Girard[i], that there are two foundations for the way in which we choose to relate to others.  I will be developing (…)

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For your participation: The CHRE CON-sults

by Julia Evans on April 18, 2012

The CHRE [Endnote i] posted its consultation on voluntary registers its website on 18th April 2012.  Closing date is 10 July. Available here Thank you, as ever, to my informant – (…)

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“It feels like a train crash happening in slow motion…”: One of Tesco’s top 10 shareholders.

by Julia Evans on April 4, 2012

Reasons for circulating: I have oft declared that, without evidence or impact surveys or establishing what is going on now, the Government is inserting a Tesco-like system for managing the (…)

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The conflict comes when we separate ethics and economic progress and when we equate the latter with happiness: Desmond Tutu and Bettina Gronblom

by Julia Evans on April 4, 2012

From: Camels can pass through a needle’s eye: by Desmond Tutu and Bettina Gronblom: Financial Times: April 4th 2012: available here [] added: The conflict comes when we separate ethics (…)

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Who regulates – The all-knowing Government from a position of total control or institutions based in the development of practice….

by Julia Evans on April 3, 2012

Well, of course, the all-knowing Government using Privy Council power, See below: Letter published in the  Daily Telegraph – 3rd April 2012  and available here Regulating dentists  SIR – The (…)

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Research which aims to understand and prevent adverse effects of psychological therapies – yes, really

by Julia Evans on March 8, 2012

Contents:  b) Comments on this misuse of research a) Information received – a description of research which is in progress. a) Comments on the misuse of research Over the years, there (…)

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