Dancing for Daddy
Over the last 24 hours the idea of actually liking human beings again started to look like a genuine possibility.
The days of getting giddy or casually falling in love seem like another century. The Covid age of other-people-urgh.
And then you meet someone who quite without sense or explanation sucker punches you out of the existentials, with just a few words or a joke or an act of kindness. The promise of other-people-are-ace.
Clare Slaney had me at “dancing for daddy”. I can’t do justice to the wisdom and hilarity that she has bestowed on me. Steady activism in the face of trolling and being patronised by blokes on twitter. She’s just the best.
Listen and learn kids as Clare talks about where the therapy game is going.
Over the next few weeks Surviving Work will be sending you clips from the speakers of Industrialisation of Therapy event hosted by the British Sociological Association and its journal Work, Employment & Society (WES).
- Clare Slaney, Psychotherapist and founder of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility and founding member of the Partnership for Psychotherapy and Counselling will be talking about the premise that work is good for us and the rationale for supporting therapeutic work.
- Rosie Rizq, therapist and academic from University of Roehampton who researches into work and politics in mental health, co-editor of The Industrialisation of Therapy, PCCS books will be talking about the industrialisation of care and the myths of the IAPT juggernaut.
- Elizabeth Cotton, academic from the University of Hertfordshire, founder of www.survivingwork.org and thefutureoftherapy.org and Co-Editor in Chief of WES will be talking about Ubertherapy and the digitalisation of therapeutic work.To watch the full event hosted by the British Sociological Association and it’s journal Work Employment & Society (WES) click here.
- To watch the full event hosted by the British Sociological Association and it’s journal Work Employment & Society (WES) clickhere.
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