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… other interesting and possibly useful websites featuring psychotherapy facts, figures, theory and practice; click on the links below to visit our current selection. We hope you like this addition to our content and look forward to your feedback.


Family Trauma Centre

Former active combatants relate experiences of returning home suffering from PTSD and trying to live with family members, wives and children. www.familytraumacentreuk.co.uk


The Facts are Friendly

Prof. Mick Cooper from the University of Strathclyde presents data that show the efficacy of many types of counselling and psychotherapy and the factors which most affect how therapy works.


Psyche Visual

This website offers online videos on the psyche in health and illness. Conditions featured include: OCD, Shame and PTSD  www.psychevisual.com


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