Posts for the “d. Assumed knowledge” category

Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy Newsletter : SCoPEd & a new APPG?

by Julia Evans on October 31, 2019

Update December 2019 Introducing ‘Partners for Counselling and Psychotherapy’ (PCP) : see https://youtu.be/4VG1ukvvfuI We are a partnership of eleven counselling and psychotherapy organisations holding open a space to support the (…)

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Against UK political moves towards Statutory Legislation & locking out the clinics of all practitioners who do not comply

by Julia Evans on March 17, 2019

Previous texts : Newsletter against the BACP, BPC & UKCP SCoPEd project : Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy  on 8th February 2019 or here Three leading professional regulatory bodies create a new competence framework. by (…)

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What is concealed by the so-called “Cht” and why? : 9th March 2019 : Réginald Blanchet

by Julia Evans on March 9, 2019

Circulated on the New Lacanian School of Psychoanalysis’ Messenger, as [nls-messager] 3009.en/ TIDBITS – Reginald Blanchet – Towards the NLS Congress 2019 ‘Urgent!’, on 9th March 2019. Available from here Index (…)

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Newsletter against the BACP, BPC & UKCP SCoPEd project : Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy

by Julia Evans on February 8, 2019

Newsletter against the BACP, BPC & UKCP SCoPEd project 12th February 2019 from Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy (Blog : https://allianceblogs.wordpress.com/about/, Contact : info@allianceforcandp.org) __________________________________________________________ ACTION 1 You are asked to forward this (…)

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Three leading professional regulatory bodies create a new competence framework.

by Julia Evans on January 15, 2019

Further texts : Letter signed by Alliance for Counselling and Psychotherapy, Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, the Psychotherapy and Counselling Union and the College of Psychoanalysts : Against UK political moves (…)

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The European space: its articulation, its passions : 7th January 2019 : Marco Focchi

by Julia Evans on January 7, 2019

TOWARDS European Forum of Psychoanalysis : ‘Love and Hate for Europe’ : on Saturday 16th February 2019 in Milan, Italy Circulated : From : The Mailing List of the EuroFederation of Psychoanalysis (http://www.europsychoanalysis.eu (…)

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The Context for the APPG’s survey on prescribed drug dependence

by Julia Evans on November 30, 2018

A related text: I suggest you also read The Psychopharmacology of Everyday Life | by Jamieson Webster | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books  : Available here ________________________________ (…)

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Comments on ‘Gene map for depression’ sparks hopes of new generation of treatments 

by Julia Evans on April 30, 2018

Hello, I have over the years put this sort of research up for question – see below for those historic posts I can find easily. The texts on this ‘new’ (…)

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Mental health industry collaborates with damaging state welfare reforms (video) : 11th April 2018 : Denis Postle

by Julia Evans on April 11, 2018

Introduction by Julia Evans I first met Denis in 1979 – we think – though neither of us have a clear recollection of this momentous occasion, at a day on (…)

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Report on the Third Conversation of ZADIG : “Psychiatry in Democratic Times” (Tel Aviv, Israel)

by Julia Evans on February 7, 2018

This report of a meeting initiated by Marco Mauas in Israel, does bring out some of differences between traditional Psychiatry and the Talking Therapies. I have protested that Joanna Moncrieff is (…)

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