The story of how Joseph Lister transformed medicine in the Victorian days with his invention of antiseptic protocol is a finalist in the Wellcome Book Prize 2018
Netflix series Wild Wild Country tells the extraordinary story of how followers of Bhagwan Rajneesh moved en masse to a ranch in Oregon. Therapist Wendy Bristow analyses what the show tells us about cults
Having only just found welldoing.org, Nottingham therapist Lynda Britchford is already using the payment system and finding it "really simple, both for me and the client".
Understanding what anxiety is and its connection to compulsive behaviours involving sex, drugs and eating can be achieved with therapy posts Roger Fife
Teachers are under increasing pressure and many seek therapy to deal with it posts London therapist Holly Taylor
Clients are often deeply critical and judgemental of themselves; therapy helps them to see themselves with greater compassion says London therapist Marie Fernandes
You can relieve yourself of some of the power of anxiety and panic attacks by trying to accept the feelings rather than fighting them posts therapist David Darvasi
Being a parent is one of the most challenging roles anyone will experience. This is how a therapist may help negotiate it says Diana Simpson-Hinds
Paul Weeden sees largely professional clients in London and Littlehampton: "they often find it challenging to balance their professional and personal lives"
What can we learn about couples relationships by watching this year's Oscar-winning movies asks therapist Johnathan Sunley
Though altitude sickness is unpleasant, it ultimately keeps us safe by stopping us from going too high: psychoanalyst Ajay Khandelwal reflects on what he learnt about life on a recent ski trip