Tag: depth psychology theory and practice

  • Couple therapy for business partners

    You may not want to be as close to your business partners as there two are – but here is how couple therapy helps them (even though they are not a couple) http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/19/fashion/anger-management-why-the-genius-founders-turned-to-couples-therapy.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share&_r=0    

  • Every story matters

    Last year we collected 2100 answers from Prince Albert residents to the question: If your voice could reach the ears of the whole world, what would you say? This year we would like to go one step further. We are inspired by this TED talk below which indicates that the act of telling our story…

  • The clever unconscious mind

    New studies show that apparently the unconscious mind has an intelligence that operates without our conscious intervention – http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20150217-how-smart-is-your-subconscious        

  • Incidents and accidents and the unconscious mind

    As coaches and facilitators, we are often in the vicinity of the unconscious mind and its strategies. In trying to understand unconscious communication – including slips of the tongue, physical and other symptoms and it seems, accidents – we may be accused of making too much of certain events. However, in my experience, if we want to…