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13
APR
2014

A novel way to write a novel book

Process Oriented Psychology helped me write my book, so I wrote this blog on how to write  a book in a novel way. Writing a book. Exhilarating, inspirational, joyful; also frustrating, exasperating, hard work, and challenging. Writing in a different way re-inspires and unblocks...
20
MAR
2014

Handy Hints on How to Beat Stress. Quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper

Sherry Marshall, Process Oriented Therapist and Relationships Counsellor was interviewed by the Australian Sydney Morning Herald newspaper on how to beat stress on 14/3/2014. Part of her interview is included in this article here. While stress can either hinder or help us, we...
15
FEB
2014

Chasing Happiness. The Buddhist Path of Therapy

    Chasing Happiness Breathing under water is like chasing happiness. ‘I know a place where happiness lives. It can’t be hunted nor chased nor pursued or caught. Happiness lives here because it’s not from elsewhere. It simply radiates from everywhere. You simply come here...
18
JAN
2014

Love, Loss and Loyalty. A Dog’s Tale

This is a true love story of a dog who waited based on a real event in Tokyo in the 1920’s.  (Spoilers following!) I recently saw a movie on DVD called ‘Hachi. A Dog’s Tale.’ It’s about a puppy from Japan who is sent to America, gets lost on arrival and meets a music professor...
14
DEC
2013

Trust the Therapy Process.Wellington Boots in Venice. We are all Venetians Now.

 Trust the therapy process. What on earth do wellington boots in Venice have to do with therapy or Process Psychology or counselling? And did you know that you can buy wellington boots from ice cream vendors in Venice? ‘An apartment for rent states, we always supply five pairs of...
19
NOV
2013

A Search for Meaning. Connecting with Buddhist Teachers

This new E. book, A Search for Meaning, Connecting with Buddhist Teachers has been published from a paperbook edition (Simon and Schuster) to an E. book on Amazon, Smashwords and Apple. To BUY THE BOOK, scroll to the end of the article  for website links.  It makes great reading...
04
NOV
2013

The Best Therapist. No Demand Barking. Woof!

 The best therapist in the world can be our dog enthusiastically wagging its tail to greet us as we come home. Sometimes when we are working in therapy or as a therapist, counsellor or psychologist, we  really wish to give our clients everything they think they need and want. In...
02
AUG
2013

PROCESS PSYCHOLOGY AND ENLIGHTENMENT

Process Psychology What does Process psychology, being a counsellor or therapist have to do with enlightenment and spiritual practice?  Dr. Arnold Mindell says that at the ‘centre of process work will be a compassionate awareness of our own perceptions. Loving kindness and...
20
JUL
2013

The Journey of Love

Oh sometimes how we yearn for love, dreaming of our beloved who appears to us. Like looking in a mirror and seeing the unknown aspects of ourselves, reflecting back to us. We fall in love, yet it is not called falling for nothing! We fall out of our rational, thinking minds and...
09
JUN
2013

Conflict Resolution Skills with Sydney Process Counselling and Therapy

This article discusses Conflict Resolution Skills from more ‘traditional’ methods and also ways of working from Process Psychology. As a therapist, counsellor and relationships therapist, it is important to become skillful in conflict resolution skills. The Facilitator...