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  • Chris Allan is a clinical psychologist and Director of the Psychology Clinic at the University of Wollongong. He has a strong interest in both cognitive and psychodynamic therapies and an ongoing fascination in the interaction of technology and psychology. His interests are varied and include martial arts, playing guitar, cooking, chess, clothes, poetry and computer gaming. He is married with two children two dogs and a budgie.

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Laura Freberg

Hi, Chris!

Thanks for linking to my blog. You work in a beautiful place--we had the pleasure of visiting Wollongong in 1992--marvelous!

Best regards,
Laura

Eva

Hello Chris,

thank you very much for linking. Good news - I have an RSS ready :) Look at http://www.psychoworld.sk/rss.xml

All the best down to Aussie!

Eva

farouk

thanks for the info :)

Parke

Katrina Wood of Los Angeles' Wilshire Centers therapy chain has this blog going:

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William Hambleton Bishop

greetings... i appreciate your post... i too am now offering a psychotherapy blog that trys to unjargon therapy while offering some helpful thoughts that are more usesful and easier to understand than all the text book that I had to read... www.thoughtsfromatherapist.com

Onelifetherapy.blogspot.com

Hi, thanks for those links -

Just wanted to add my own psychotherapy blog to the mix, too:
http://onelifetherapy.blogspot.com

(which asks some of the questions which might come up during therapy, and hopefully might help unlock some answers...)

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Thanks for this great list of blogs.

Here's another one to add:

The Therapist Within (at PsychCentral)

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I love these resources! I have a blog about psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and mindfulness, feel free to add it http://www.baysidepsychotherapy.com.au/blog/

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Therapy is where that can happen. Psychotherapy provides the space that is uniquely your own, where you can feel safe, at ease, and free from judgment. Within a trusting relationship, psychotherapy provides the place and the means to express the concerns one carries.

Kaynaz Nasseri’s psycho-therapy practice is built on a broad range of training and knowledge that allows her to address a wide variety of issues, some of which include relationships, mood, school concerns, life transitions, and other psychology issues. Her approach to psychotherapy and psychological assessment is warmly interactive, providing support, insight and useful feedback to help one resolve difficulties and achieve one's goals.

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