Radio National takes a peak into mysterious world of the 'talking cure'.
If you've ever wondered what goes on in the counsellor's office, this series on BBC Radio 4 titled 'In Therapy' will shine light on the process, with renowned psychotherapist of 40 years—Susie Orbach (pictured).
In this interview, she discusses the techniques and processes of psychotherapy through dramatised sessions with with clients.
Interesting listening and demystifies what the process and purpose of psychotherapy is.
Listen to the interview, Here
For the full BBC Series, Here
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Highly recommend for anyone curious to learn more about contemporary psychotherapy, and how it can nourish our lives.
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