Free assessment with former head counsellor of Hope Rehab Thailand. Before Dylan Kerr became an internationally acclaimed and accredited counsellor he was the head Counsellor of Hope Rehab located in Si Racha, Thailand. After Hope Rehab Dylan Kerr went on tour with the British Rock Band the Libertines, where he toured most of the worldContinue reading “Hope Rehab Thailand”
Category Archives: empathy
Are you an Enabler?
What’s an enabler and how is the role of the enabler different from helper or counselor? Click below to find out:
Why Your “support network” Might Not Be Good Enough
who are you going to call when the shit hits the fan? It might be better to call no one at all and work on self improvement.
Family Therapy – Part 2
The founder of “Conjoint Family Therapy” was Virginia Satir. It’s impossible to write about family therapy without mentioning her name. Although some may consider her work to be dated and unscientific she undoubtedly made some very uncanny observations about the way we as human beings behave in families. Her contribution to this field is withoutContinue reading “Family Therapy – Part 2”
Carl Rogers Lecture on Empathy
An Interview with MYSELF
A curious little exercise I decided to embark upon. I interviewed myself, what lead me into counseling, what continues to be my driving force and what problems doe it create for myself and others…. I asked myself the following questions: 1. What are your main motives for counselling? 2. Do you ever feel curious whenContinue reading “An Interview with MYSELF”
Empathy – What use does it have?
Empathy is one of the main driving forces in establishing a relationship with a client in counseling, but how useful is it as a tool to make a long lasting difference in someone’s life?