About our CPD Resources

On these pages you will find all our resources - writings and presentations as well as an ever-expanding range of teaching materials like handouts and audio recordings.

For the last few years, all of these have been publicly available, but from now on - as previously announced - access to most of the resources is restricted to subscribers/members of the site.It is free to register for the site, and it only takes a minute - all you need to do is give your name and email, and you will receive a confirmation email. As a member of the site you will then receive occasional newsletter updates, never more than 6 per year (usually it’s about 4).

Once you have registered, every time you want to access any of the resources, all you need to do is log-in to the site, using the log-in link in the top right corner of each page. You are welcome to use and distribute these materials, including for your own teaching, as long as you reference them and observe the copyright, by keeping copyright details visible.

The Client’s Bodymind – Perceiving and Understanding Non-Verbal Process

A presentation introducing attention to the pre-verbal and non-verbal communication at the heart of what modern neuroscience considers an essential feature of the client-therapist interaction: right-brain-to-right-brain communication. Although ordinarily this communication is often considered too subtle or subliminal, there is [...]

POP

In this workshop I will be relating the terms and perspectives of Process-oriented Psychology to - what I perceive to be - current trends and the cutting edge in the rest of the psychotherapeutic field, especially regarding traumawork, neuroscience, the [...]

The Fractal Self – Parallel Process as an Organising Principle for 21st-century Psychotherapy (UKCP 2007)

For this inaugural UKCP Supervision Conference I prepared this presentation, extending the established notion of parallel process (how the dynamic between client and therapist is reflected and replicated between therapist and supervisor) by three significant steps: how the dynamic between [...]

What Supports the Sustainability of our Practice as Therapists? – Part 2 (2015)

After some years of not writing very much, I have written a substantial article on this crucial topic: mainly based on years of supervision experience and seeing supervisees' practices struggle or flourish, I explore the key factors that influence how [...]

What Supports the Sustainability of our Practice as Therapists? – Part 2 (2015)

After some years of not writing very much, I have written a substantial article on this crucial topic: mainly based on years of supervision experience and seeing supervisees' practices struggle or flourish, I explore the key factors that influence how [...]

What Supports the Sustainability of our Practice as Therapists? – Part 3 (2015)

After some years of not writing very much, I have written a substantial article on this crucial topic: mainly based on years of supervision experience and seeing supervisees' practices struggle or flourish, I explore the key factors that influence how [...]

The processing body – integrating EMDR and Body Psychotherapy (Morit Heitzler 2008)

The processing body - integrating EMDR and Body Psychotherapy   To gain access to the full resource, please log-in if you are a member already, or to become a member of the site register here (it's free). Link to Article: [...]

The Essential Relational Conflict Inherent in the Therapeutic Position: Object- versus Subject-Relating (2014)

This handout crystallises the essential tension inherent in the therapeutic position, between: 'I-it' object-relating (which can be both deeply healing and deeply wounding) on the one hand, and dialogical 'I-I' subject-relating (which can be both deeply healing and deeply wounding) [...]

Adams, M. (2013) The Myth of the Untroubled Therapist: Private life, professional practice

Book Review:Adams, M. (2013) The Myth of the Untroubled Therapist: Private life, professional practiceBook Review to be completed. Please feel free to submit your own comments below to be included in the review.Reference: Adams, M. (2013) The Myth of the [...]

Almaas, A. H. (1996) The Pearl Beyond Price: Integration of Personality into Being – an Object Relations Approach

Book Review:Almaas, A. H. (1996) The Pearl Beyond Price: Integration of Personality into Being - an Object Relations ApproachBook Review to be completed. Please feel free to submit your own comments below to be included in the review.Reference: Almaas, A. [...]

Bauer, G. P. (1994) Essential Papers on Transference Analysis

Book Review:Bauer, G. P. (1994) Essential Papers on Transference AnalysisBook Review to be completed. Please feel free to submit your own comments below to be included in the review.Reference: Bauer, G. P. (1994) Essential Papers on Transference Analysis. Jason Aronson [...]

Beebe, B. & Lachmann, F. (2013) The Origins of Attachment: Infant Research and Adult Treatment

Book Review:Beebe, B. & Lachmann, F. (2013) The Origins of Attachment: Infant Research and Adult TreatmentBook Review to be completed. Please feel free to submit your own comments below to be included in the review.Reference: Beebe, B. & Lachmann, F. [...]