Month: July 2020

The Existence of Amy
Psychotherapy

[gifted] Book Review: The Existence of Amy, by Lana Grace Riva

A short book review of The Existence of Amy by Lana Grace Riva. From an existential, feminist and psychotherapy point of view, of course.

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feminist writer
Existentialism
Feminism

I might have just found my new favourite feminist writer

In this blog post I share with you a new feminist writer I have found. You will have access to her blog and some of her works. You’re welcome!

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finding it hard
Psychotherapy

I’m finding it hard to… say I find things hard

In this blog post I explore why some therapists (including me) struggle to admit to finding it hard to deal with some clients and situations.

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after the lockdown
Existentialism

After the lockdown, back to ‘normality’

A very short blog post about recent reflections on life after the lockdown. It’s been harder than I thought and I still have questions.

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being white
Black Lives Matter
Existentialism

The unbearable lightness of being white

In this short reflection, I explore the theme of white invisibility and being white in a world where that is considered to be the norm.

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diversity
Psychotherapy

The lack of diversity in the psychotherapeutic profession is highly problematic

A reflection on the homogeneity and lack of diversity in the psychotherapeutic profession. How it starts and how it continues.

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toxic positivity
Existentialism
Psychotherapy

The dangers of Toxic Positivity

I take a look at toxic positivity and its role in the way we experience the life of others and our own life. Is bad always bad?

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