On having a transsexual father
Victims, Persecutors and Rescuers
To Should or not to Should
Alternatives to blame, powerlessness, recriminations, and stuckness in highly charged and entrenched conflicts
Who Minds the Minders?
This is a substantive article I have written about the problematic operation of professional ethics committee processes. Although they are ostensibly there to protect clients/the public from harmful actions of professionals, in the end it can be asked whether they do more harm than good.
The fundamental problem is such ethics committees do not always act in ways which could be understood to be ethical. Most of the time this is through incompetence, poor procedures, and lack of understanding of due process.
Sometimes other factors are at work: complete unawareness of the impact of their use of power (often the very thing they are examining in the professionals brought before them); various unspoken agendas, axes to grind, personal unfinished business and even vendettas, serious conflict of interests, and using the process as a way to get rid of someone whom they don't like.
You can find the article here
Gunther Holistic Self Assessment
This is a self assement instrument I put together that you can use as an overview of your own health history, status, and wellness orientation.
Fran Pearvey and her fantastic work on Strategic Questioning
Change Theory in The Field and Classroom: a wonderful article on Lewin by Schein
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