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Masculinity Is Not Our Enemy

Challenging mischaracterizations of masculinity will help us raise healthy boys. Taken from a blog post, Jan 24 2019 in Psychology Today Something has happened to our academic culture–the culture that teaches educators how to teach, therapists how to counsel, and … Continue reading

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What is Voice Dialogue

The Psychology of Selves, was developed in the 1980s by therapists Hal & Sidra Stone, who started to dialogue the different voices in each other as a way of gaining clarity around difficulties in their own relationship. They soon realised … Continue reading

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What is Psychosynthesis?

Psychosynthesis is a transpersonal psychology. It  offers a model of the human psyche and  processes for enabling personal growth based on what is right about us, as well as what is wrong with us. It talks about human potential, drawing … Continue reading

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