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The Five Freedoms of Virginia Satir

I’ve been loaned a great book of a brilliant friend and wanted to share a part of it with you today.  The book is called Satir Step by Step: A Guide to Creating Change in Families and is an account of the work of Virginia Satir, one of the most prolific therapists of the 20th Century.  […]

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The English Man Who Went Up a Mountain

  I was a very lucky man last weekend. My partner took me to Scotland for my 40th birthday. We went to the Inversnaid Hotel on the ‘bonny bonny banks of Loch Lomond’. We had a fantastic slow drive up there (5 hours from Newcastle with a few coffee stops) and when we arrived the […]

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Vulnerable

There’s a theme emerging to my work over the last 7 days. From the corporate training to the private clients the common thread has been the subject of vulnerability. Vulnerability is a word that means many things to many people, some might say, weakness or scary…. others might say challenging or strength. Ask yourself now, […]

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