As the only Therapist working in SE Asia with Crypto, it’s safe to say I am the leading therapist in treating crypto in this area. So far as I’ve been mentioned on Bloomberg, and was featured on their TV station crypto show: “It’s very similar to being at a roulette table,” says Dylan Kerr, anContinue reading “Thailand’s Leading Therapist on Crypto Mentioned on Bloomberg”
My most valid observations on Crypto currency trading being akin to gambling have caught the attention of Cointelegraph’s Magazine. I was asked to comment on the rise of crypto currency addiction. Read the full article here:
In August 11th 2015 I was featured in article in the New Musical Express magazine, not for my musical talents but for my counselling venture within the music industry. I often think to myself it was a rather uncanny experience, as I had grown up and spent most of my life with musicians in bandsContinue reading “My Feature in NME Magazine”
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Dylan Kerr is now a member of International Council of Psychologist. Dylan Kerr became a member in 2021.
Music and drugs have been so closely linked over the years, but who is leading who when it comes to influences? Is the music you are listening to promoting a lifestyle that will leave you high and dry?
The end of 2018, into the light of 2019 This is the last post of 2018, in a few hours (thai time) this year will come to an end. What better way to celebrate than a video with explaining the difference between Integrative and Eclectic Therapy.
Here a is a useful video explaining briefly the PTSD program why we have it here at the Dawn:
I no longer work for the Dawn, please check out this exciting new approach to treatment of addiction in Thailand: https://horizonrehabthailand.com/ “It was the gateway to one of the world’s largest opium trading routes, the place you came if you needed a hit: Chiang Mai, northern Thailand’s largest city. Back in the 1950s, commercialContinue reading “Another Vice Magazine Feature”
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”