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Want to train as a counsellor or psychotherapist? Here’s what you need to know.

Want to train as a counsellor or psychotherapist? Here's what you need to know. Training to be a counsellor or psychotherapist are two of the most rewarding professions there are. Traditionally, training was a rigorous journey which focused on the trainee’s self and spiritual development as much as it did academic and professional development. It provided the [...]

2019-02-23T04:19:45+00:00By |articles, Therapy Rocks|8 Comments

Best Bloggers Who Advocate for Mental Health and Wellness

Frustrated with the state of psychotherapy in Australia - a few years ago - I started my blog Therapy Rocks! My main aim was to help educate the public about the true nature and benefits of psychotherapy. As well as blogging about how therapy rocks, I also write from a soul-centred perspective about women's emotional, psychological and spiritual health [...]

2019-02-23T04:20:44+00:00By |articles, Therapy Rocks|0 Comments

Why Psychosynthesis Therapy Rocks!

A Psychology of Soul: Psychosynthesis Psychosynthesis as a modality is much loved by both therapists and clients because of the hopeful context that is held. I recently interviewed some of my colleagues  - here is what they had to say about psychosynthesis; the benefits for them personally, professionally and for their clients. Ratna Dyer, New [...]

2019-02-23T04:23:38+00:00By |articles, Therapy Rocks|0 Comments

Creative Spaces: Inside 25 Counselling & Psychotherapy Rooms

Welcome to my blog series Therapy Rocks! To celebrate National Psychotherapy Day on September 25, I have collected images of therapists' counselling and psychotherapy rooms from around the globe. Gone are the days of the blank screen, these spaces reflect warmth, creativity and authenticity. In Mark Pearson’s paper on Ideal Counselling Rooms, he shares, “...Privileged through lack [...]

2019-02-23T04:29:04+00:00By |articles, Therapy Rocks|30 Comments

Clinicians on the Couch: 10 Questions with Therapist Jodie Gale

Clinicians on the Couch You can find an edited published version of this post at PsychCentral. By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. "Every month we put practitioners on the spot — figuratively known as the clinician’s couch — and pick their brains about everything from the trials and triumphs of working with clients to how they healthfully cope with [...]

2019-02-23T04:32:13+00:00By |articles, Therapy Rocks|6 Comments

Why counsellors, psychotherapists and their clients are better off without Medicare and insurance rebates

  There are numerous reasons counsellors and psychotherapists around the globe think that therapy paid for by insurance and/or Medicare is not all that it is cracked up to be! Medicare and insurance are useful for those who require a psychiatric diagnosis, those who need short-term therapy and for people who cannot afford therapy at [...]

2019-03-29T09:43:31+00:00By |articles, Therapy Rocks|16 Comments

Therapy Rocks! Psychosynthesis Bloggers in Action

Psychosynthesis Bloggers in Action Psychosynthesis is known worldwide as the psychology with a soul. Roberto Assagioli, psychoanalyst, neurologist and the founder of psychosynthesis was way ahead of his time by incorporating mindfulness and spirituality into western psychiatry and psychology. He was a major influence in the fields of humanistic and transpersonal psychology. Piero Ferrucci, psychosynthesis [...]

Why Your Therapist Should Be in Therapy! Featuring Bleachers: I Wanna Get Better [Video]

In one of my daily psychology alerts this week, I came across the latest music and video news in Rolling Stone - I found myself laughing out loud at Lena Dunham and boyfriend Jack Antonoff’s first collaboration for his solo debut, ‘I Wanna Get Better’.  John Bliston writes, ‘Breakups are never fun, especially when they [...]

2019-02-23T04:43:58+00:00By |articles, Therapy Rocks|20 Comments

Does Psychotherapy Work? Short Answer: Yes

Psychosynthesis - the style of therapy that I practise - is known worldwide as the psychology with a soul. Roberto Assagioli, the founder, was trained in neurology and psychiatry - he was part of the early psychoanalytic movement with Freud and Jung. His style of psychotherapy was deeply influenced by eastern and western spirituality - [...]

2018-11-24T11:20:56+00:00By |articles, Therapy Rocks|0 Comments

In Conversation with Sydney Counsellor & Psychotherapist Jodie Gale – Featured on Australia Counselling

This article was originally featured on Australia Counselling This week we speak with Australia Counselling member and Sydney psychotherapist Jodie Gale. Jodie is a therapist who has a passion for working with women and the issues that women experience throughout their lifetime. Jodie also uses an approach called psychosynthesis, which she explains in her responses [...]

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