Homophobia and Healing: Psychotherapy and the Psychology of Prejudice

New book by Dr Joseph Randolph Bowers We are pleased this title has finally seen the light of day, as it has been delayed during…

Clay, Art Therapy, NDIS, and Covid Isolation

Clay and culture go hand in hand, literally and in every other way. Clay sculptures date back over 10,000 years. In relative terms, even the…

GLBTI2S Couple and Marriage Counselling – Video

On the cusp of Australia’s revealing the results of our postal vote on same sex civil marriage, show host Dr Joseph Randolph Bowers discusses the…

Patterns and Perfection

Nature patterns and builds in dys-function to offset atrophy and create opportunity for variation in a species. Imperfections are part of the pattern of perfection…

The Politics of Faith: A Psychotherapist’s Critical Reflection on ‘Lumen Fidei’ Light of Faith by Pope Francis

The Politics of Faith: A Psychotherapist’s Critical Reflection on ‘Lumen Fidei’ Light of Faith by Pope Francis Critically reflecting on Pope Francis encyclical letter to…

Homophobia and the everyday mechanisms of prejudice: Findings from a qualitative study, Dr Joseph Randolph Bowers

During a time when overt and often militant homophobia is actually on the increase and resistance to LGBTI+ human rights including to equal access to…

Couple Counselling Couple Enrichment

Couples wait an average of six years before seeking counselling for issues that arise in their marriage or significant relationship. Six years is just long…

Couple Counselling and Couple Enrichment

Few therapists specialise in couple and family counselling because, as studies suggest, counsellors find couple and family work to be more demanding. This translates into…

Key Factors in Sexual Identity and Behaviour: Taking An Integrative Middle Path

After reviewing new studies of 2016 I confirm three factors linked to sexual behavior and orientation. Genetic. Neurobiological developmental. Environmental social. Not much has changed…