On therapy: the dumb myths that surround it, and the reasons to try it out
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On therapy: the dumb myths that surround it, and the reasons to try it out

By Katie Cowan Believe it or not, I was a reluctant therapy attendee.  You wouldn’t know it now, what with my “Therapy for every adult!” soapbox, but it’s true.  So as a convert from sceptic to evangelist I thought I would illuminate therapy a little, for any readers who are curious but not convinced. Going … Continue reading

The Professional Hazard of Mental Health Issues
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The Professional Hazard of Mental Health Issues

When I was six my school got very excited about Edward de Bono’s Thinking Hats. This was an innovation methodology, applied to education, and intended to teach children about different perspectives, and how to navigate their own minds. There was the yellow hat to think about the good things about an idea or situation, the … Continue reading