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INSIDE OUT ISSUE 96 | Spring 2022

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What clients think of therapist self-disclosure

The intangibleness of ambiguous loss  

Elisabeth Kübler-Ross: A life’s work on grief, death and dying

How reading the novel Wuthering Heights may help us to better understand the human condition and the psychotherapy process

How do we choose our flavour of news: With a nose for truth or a flavour of adventure?

Time out of mind: The unspoken language of dissociation

Conflict in the therapy room  

Keep on (grey) rockin’ me baby: creative and imaginative approaches to dealing with narcissists 

The Dead Parrot

Book Review: Self: by Eilis Ward 

The inner journey

The Space... 

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Editorial Board for this issue:

Margaret Brady (Chair), Paul Daly, Eleanor Dunn, Mary Hamill, David Newman, Jamie O’Crowley and William Pattengill

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