Living Therapy Research & Publication
Here you will find some of our published and unpublished works, and psychotherapy and counselling information. Please feel free to have a browse. We welcome your feedback, get in touch if you have any questions, comments or queries.
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- When Daughters Become Mothers: A transpersonal understanding of difficult postnatal feelings. (2012) M.A. dissertation by Anna Kinnaird Folkman.
- Photograph as catalyst: An exploration of client experiences with photographs in therapy. (2012) M.A. dissertation by Laura Prins. This paper looks at client experiences of using a photograph in therapy. Findings of the research report four main themes: tension, bridging the past, movement into emotion, and generativity. The paper deepens understanding of how a photograph serves as a catalyst for self-transformation.
- What goes around comes around: A study of karma. (2013). Integral Transpersonal Journal article. Traces the history and understanding of karma in Buddhism. Discusses how karma is an empowering principle of self-transformation. Explores the true use of karma as a method for initiating health and wellbeing.
- Photographs in Therapy. (2013). Therapy Today article by Laura Prins. Discusses the practice and benefits of using photographs with clients in psychotherapy and counselling.
- Why do women get postnatal depression? (2014). Therapy Today article by Anna Kinnaird Folkman. Discusses the impact of childhood events on womens’ experiences of postnatal depression and implications for psychotherapy and counselling.