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The perils of portfolio practice

Since retiring from my consultant role in the National Health Service, I have often described myself as having a portfolio of work, because I do various different sorts of work

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Post-pandemic – an update

I wrote the last blog before I tested positive for COVID. So now, despite the fact our relative has moved nearer home, we still can’t visit. The hope was that

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Post-pandemic learning?

Are we post-COVID? I know lots of people in a range of contexts who have, or have just recovered from, COVID. At the same time, we are behaving as though

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The more things change …

In Our history – our heritage: Storthes Hall I wrote about my paternal grandfather’s older brother, James Stanley Garside, who was born on 6 May 1892 and admitted to Storthes

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Tele-psychiatry post-pandemic

I was recently asked to take part in a debate about “cyber-psychiatry” (I prefer the term tele-psychiatry). My task (with others) was to oppose the motion, to argue against seeing

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Confessions of a webinar addict

During the recent COVID-19 restrictions I have taken part in quite a few webinars. In fact, I’ve almost become addicted to webinars (usually free ones!) I now find them very

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Read all about it…

Two colleagues and I edited an edition of Context on working with older adults that was published in the autumn. If you want to find out about Context, this link

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No fog on the Tyne for AFT

I recently went to the Association of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice conference in Newcastle upon Tyne, held in a hotel with glorious views overlooking the river. What am I

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