Boost your self-understanding with a navigational approach
Physical and mental navigation involve overlapping brain processes, casting new light on the notion of an ‘inner journey’
by Mykyta Kabrel
Freedom and choice
Recognise free will is an illusion and reap the emotional benefits
The idea that all our choices are determined by past events may seem dispiriting – but it can be emotionally liberating
by Francis Merson
How to choose a therapist
It’s time for change but who should you see? The choice can be baffling but asking the right questions will make it clearer
by Kate Smith
Climate fears make Sindha feel doomed. Can eco-therapy help?
Directed by Sindha Agha
Getting what we think we want can reveal just how complex desire is
Helping my clients probe their unspoken wants creates a space of freedom to express the possibilities that lie dormant
by Charlotte Fox Weber
Sand-tray therapy can reach feelings at the ‘edge of awareness’
Originally developed for use in child therapy, sand trays are now helping adults with their difficult thoughts and emotions
by Doreen Fleet
Psychotherapy under the microscope: how exactly does it work?
To improve psychotherapy, researchers are looking beyond what happens in a session to learn exactly how change is achieved
by Ciarán O’Driscoll
What does it mean to be an expert in psychodynamic therapy?
In a field with no easy answers or quick fixes, what does it mean to say that you have the expertise your patients need?
by Darren Haber