A selection of conference papers presented
Aonghus Gordon Focus grasp and step - Contemporary apprenticeship learning; John Lees The advent of the manager-practitioner and the death of the practitioner-researcher: the end of professionalism in counselling and psychotherapy?; Arthur Musgrave The emergence of 'state-endorsed therapy'...? Michael Rustin Psychotherapy in a neo-liberal world; Del Loewenthal Psychotherapy and counselling: From cottage industry to factory production - can we survive, do we want to?
Catherine Altson What are the perceived implications, if any, for non-IAPT therapists working in an IAPT service?; Anthony Johnstone When IAPT came: a folk narrative concerning ethical practice; Mo Mandic Work, alienation and the limit and scope for psychotherapy; Elizabeth Nicholl Psychiatric diagnosis: medicalisation, market forces and society; Sharon O' Driscoll Fear of the free thinking therapist; Denis Postle Short film: The Psycommons and its enclosures - professionalized wisdom and the abuse of power; Anastasios Gaitanidis Psychotherapy and commodity fetishism; Gillian Brooks Time-Limited Endings in Therapy - a Heuristic Study; Paul Atkinson Psychotherapy’s embrace of neoliberalism: are we interested in alternatives?; Jean Burke The Psychotherapist's experience of being courageous in their practice