Posts for the “Changes to practice” category

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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Open Letter to the CHRE/PSA’s consultation on Accreditation Standards

by Bruce Scott on July 5, 2012

To: Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE), 157-197 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1 9SP From: Dr Bruce Scott,   c/o Studio E, 39 The Avenue, London, MW6 7NR or (…)

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Sadeian power, the UK Government……… & CON-sultations

by Julia Evans on February 3, 2012

Contents   1)  A further post to : my response to a Government CON-sultation, assumptions & the concrete wall which protects the collaborators & excludes everyone else. 2)  How (…)

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The Importance of Being Scientific, an Earnest Reflection

by Philippe Grisar on December 8, 2011

Psychoanalysis is often refuted for not being scientific. Of course it isn’t scientific when one restricts science to neo-positivism. Neo-positivism is an epistemology, a theory of science. This stands for (…)

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How Government Action goes wrong…. ‘The report says the department pushed ahead without undertaking basic project approval checks, taking decisions before testing the ideas for feasibility.’

by Julia Evans on September 20, 2011

My comments  and the title are provoked by the report of the Fire service Reorganisation as in the Guardian[i]   From the Guardian report: – Margaret Hodge, the Labour chair (…)

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Forced Compliance in NHS: The dumbing down of thoughtfulness

by Bruce Scott on July 4, 2011

From job description of an NHS Trainee Child Psychotherapist post. “To take an evidence-based approach and show preparedness to collaborate with outcome measurement and generally comply with clinical and social (…)

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The distinction between Scientific knowledge and Subjective knowledge……. a new post

by Julia Evans on June 29, 2011

Hello, This article presented to a group working on Lacan’s ‘Science and Truth’ provoked me into an exploration of the different positions involved with relations to the two types of (…)

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An anonymous personal testimony: Putting the State Wellbeing strategy to work……..

by Julia Evans on February 10, 2011

Hello, This personal testimony is impressive.  It was provoked by the circulation of the Government’s strategy for Mental Health on 2ndFebruary – see Collaborators win: Putting the State Wellbeing Strategy to (…)

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Fit to Practice? The Experience of State Registration from the perspective of an art therapist

by Kevin Jones on October 9, 2009

Art therapy as a profession has never critically reflected upon the effects of state regulation on its teaching and practice. There is  no evidence that state regulation has improved either (…)

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Opposing the Section 60 Order which will make psychology a function of the state – as it was in Soviet Russia.

by Julia Evans on April 16, 2009

Letter of protest sent across both Houses of Parliament : Amended 6th November 2012 Julia Evans: Flat 1 (Basement Flat), 32 Nevern Square, Earl’s Court, London, SW5 9PE Web-site: (…)

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