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These pages describe the services I offer both to individuals and to organisations. All services can be tailored bespoke to your needs. Please get in touch via the Contact page to discuss your needs. There is also a Case Studies section. (All case studies are told with the client’s approval. Those concerning individuals have the client’s name and identifying details changed to protect confidentiality.) Personal Therapy The use of NLP (with some CBT) on the Integrated SocioPsychology maps to assist individuals and couples resolve problems and get through emotional blockages Training An illustrated overview of the Integrated SocioPsychology courses I deliver Child page: Learner Perspectives: Recent Workshops (workshop participants’ comments and photos)   02/04/19 Tuition: AQA Psychology/Sociology     30/08/17 Private tuition for students taking AQA specification A-Levels in Psychology and Sociology Case Studies Newest case studies are at the top; oldest at the bottom ‘Jay’ Individual therapy & counselling case study of a ‘wild child’ based on difficulties from childhood experiences ‘Shirley’ Individual therapy & counselling case study based on difficulties from childhood experiences North Lincolnshire CIT Report on a MeshWORK training project with a local authority community team, using the Gravesian approach, NLP and the Organisation LifeCycle concept The Parks Primary School The case study of the… Read More

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2010 – Grim but not hopeless

by Jon Twigge & Keith E Rice Over the past 6 months or so, I’ve found quite a meeting of minds with Jon Twigge, an ardent Spiral Dynamics Integral enthusiast and supporter of the Centre of Human Emergence – UK.  He’s graciously allowed me to cross-publish a couple of pieces he wrote for his own blog. Now, we’ve co-written this post which will appear on both blogs. It began life as Jon’s rough draft which we ‘kicked around a little’ until we both felt it said what needed to be said. All great civilisations of the past have faltered. At some point very soon we are going to be facing the real consequences of the banking crisis.  Government has already announced cuts and more will follow as the full implications of the costs involved come home to roost. Does this crisis mark a downward turn in the modern Western Capitalist system?  One that may we not completely recover from? One probable, and short term, consequence is that local authorities will have their funding from central government severely cut back – one reliable source has told me (Keith) a large amount of the 60% of the funding local authorities get from central government is going to go.  We… Read More

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