Where to find Counseling in Asia? I am often asked by people where to find good counseling in Asia, it can actually be surprisingly difficult in Asia to find a counselor who is A)In the same time-zone B) understands your needs in your own language. I work in the field of addiction within private-rehabs soContinue reading “Counseling in Asia”
Historically psychotherapy has always been about treating the individual, some methods of therapy (of which there are in excess of 160 different kinds!) still believe in just treating the individual completely independantly of their family or friends. Bowlby and Freud started working with some family members, in particular Bowlby was concerned about attachments that weContinue reading “Family Therapy – A Brief History of Part 1”
Here a is a useful video explaining briefly the PTSD program why we have it here at the Dawn:
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 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?
Just a quick throwback thursday to when I was mentioned in NME in October 2015:
Here’s a clip of a time where I was in a documentary about the Libertines and how I was their on tour counselor: “Throughout, Dylan Kerr, Pete Doherty’s drug counselor, explains to the band the nature of addiction. People who’ve used as heavily as Pete, he tells them at one point, are usually dead byContinue reading “Libertines – A Documentary”