• 11 reasons why grieving in "stages" makes no sense

    Grief is not necessarily a ‘symptom’ signalling something is wrong. It is active, normal, healthy, and a necessary process for recovery of any felt loss. The experience of grief is natural to humans. However, think about the last time you saw someone grieving in your clinical practice. Did you wonder what stage they were up to in their grief?
  • Shame Matters

    What is shame? Why is it present in so many therapists sessions?  How should clinicians approach it?  These questions and more are tackled by Suzette Misrachi in 'Shame Matters'.