INSIDE OUT ISSUE 68 | AUTUMN 2012
Sarah Kay in Conversation on Death and Dying with her mother, Elspeth Bowman
Reflections A Decade On – 10th Anniversary Celebration of Inside Out
The place of touch in Counselling and Psychotherapy and the potential for healing within the therapeutic relationship
“New Values for a New Society” – a talk by Sister Stan A Decade On – 10th Anniversary Celebration of Inside Out
Everyone is doing it…why not you?
The Provision of Prescription Privileges for Psychotherapists: An Ethical and Legal Dilemma
“I Alone Must Do It, But I Cannot Do It Alone” – A Talk by John Lonergan A Decade On – 10th Anniversary Celebration of Inside Out
The challenges of supporting the spiritual and religious journey of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender clients.
Affective Neuroscience and Psychotherapy
The Irish Childhood Bereavement Network
Certificate Programme Review: Psychosynthesis: Attending to the Hidden in Everyday Life
While every care is taken in the selection and verification of material published in Inside Out, we do not accept responsibility for the accuracy of all statements made by contributors, nor do the views expressed necessarily represent the views of the Editors. Names of all contributors are known to the Editorial Board.
Editorial Board for this issue:
Thérèse Gaynor, Sarah Kay, Sylvia Rowe, Ursula Somerville and Shirley Ward