There are two remaining types of therapeutic relationship I’m going to explore. First i’ll explore: ‘person to person’ (or the personal) and finally the ‘transpersonal’ (or spiritual).… Read more “Person & Spirit Relationship… (Part 4)”
In my previous post I mentioned that there are 5 basic relationships that we witness in therapy. In this post I explore a type of relationship that… Read more “A Transference of Relationships… (Part 2)”
“So, what is therapy? What do you do?” I’ve already explained that the most important part of the therapeutic intervention is the relationship. So it’s easy to… Read more “So, What Is Therapy?”
Most people ask, how does therapy work? What do you do?
More than what happens, the real importance lies in how it happens. In truth, the most influential factor in any therapeutic intervention is the relationship between the therapist and the client.
One element of this relationship is based on an agreement that says:
“I’ll work on this even when I don’t want to”…
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Over the last year, I went into a semi social media hibernation. I don’t regret a second of it. It gave me a chance to regroup and… Read more “Hibernation”
As a drama therapist, a lot of time is spent waiting. Waiting for clients, waiting for referrals, waiting for therapists, supervisors, tutors, etc etc… Having such strict… Read more “Waiting”
Recently, I had a conversation about domestic violence, and how to deal with it in a therapeutic setting. I learnt early into this conversation that the person… Read more “What’s helpful…? What’s not…?”
Every so often in life, we get hurt. Pain can come in many forms and last from a second to a lifetime. In some cases, we find… Read more “De-rolling the past”
The more I work with clients, the more I reflect on how much of myself should be in the room. Authenticity and being present are necessities, but… Read more “Diary of a trainee drama therapist: Bringing yourself”
Nothing in life is easy. It just depends how much effort you are willing to put into the task. As a therapist of any sort, you need… Read more “Diary of a trainee drama therapist: The hard part”