The Great Disconnect
The Great Disconnect by David Brown As a professional clinician, I have been ruminating on the possibility that as therapists and other forms of helpers, we often deny our own embedded emotional pain, trauma, shame and vulnerability.  I think we often will use our professional role as a basis for deciding that our best course ...
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David has 40 years’ experience as a therapist working in a variety of settings including mental health, social services, corrections and non-profit societies. He provides clinical supervision at the inter-disciplinary clinic at at the School of Social Work UBCO for the past 3.5 years and is one of CTR's clinicians.

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