Call for Papers

We are delighted to invite submissions for the fifth international conference on pluralistic counselling and psychotherapy, hosted by The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland. Please find the submissions form here. Venue: Online via ZoomFriday 3rd June (6.00 pm – 7.30 pm) (social event from 8.00 pm)Saturday 4th June (9.15 am…

Writing a Blog for Pluralistic Practice

Blogs should be emailed, ideally as a Word file, to Mick Cooper at mick.cooper@roehampton.ac.uk Pluralistic practice welcomes blog posts from all members of the counselling and psychotherapy community, as well as the wider field. You don’t have to be a ‘signed up’ pluralist or agree with what pluralistic therapists have…

Working Online: A Practitioner Reflects

Allie Scott, BACP (Accred), PMCOSCA, ACTO Within the world of counselling and psychotherapy right now there is an awful lot of pressure on therapists to transition their work to the online environment – this is all very well and good but actually nowhere near as simple as might be hoped! Online counselling consists of a range of relatively…