Psychodynamic counselling

Search:
Subject:

‘Tis the Season of Projective Identification – Fa la lah!

‘Tis the Season of Projective Identification – Fa la lah!

The Holiday Seasons can make people who embrace solitude switch into feeling miserable loneliness. Object Relations psychodynamic theory may shed some light on this socially-related unconscious process.

Read More

About Brief-Focal Counselling

About Brief-Focal Counselling

When you need a brief solution, you'd choose Dean Richardson's brief focal counselling. Brief counselling is a specialised, time-limited form of counselling that offers you a set number of sessions (discussed between you and Dean at the beginning). By being focussed upon a single, important subject, the counselling work becomes swift, concentrated … and budget-able. Brief psychodynamic counselling is not suitable for everyone but whether six sessions, twelve, or a number specific to your needs, Dean will help you decide if this can be a good therapy for you…

Read More

Right brain: Now – Left brain: Past/Future

Right brain: Now – Left brain: Past/Future

An understanding of how the right brain is responsible for processing the "now", and how the left brain is responsible for categorising past events in order to process the "now" whilst preparing "future" outcomes can support counsellors and clients in psychotherapy.

Read More