Monthly Archives: October 2012

Autism – behavior and outcomes, a very touching example

Take a look at this video on Youtube.  This is a very real case of how Autism can impact on development, and how effective therapy; much of which is only available in the USA, can change a family’s life. It’s … Continue reading

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Sexual ‘conversion’ therapy unethical, pscyhotherapists told

Psychotherapists have been told by their biggest professional body that it is unethical for them to try to “convert” people from being gay to straight. The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy has written to its members, who number nearly … Continue reading

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Football Hooliganism during the 1998 World Cup

Does Social Identity Theory add to our understanding of Football Hooliganism? Does the image of British fans serve to perpetuate the violence? Read this journal article containing research into the matter. A good chance to see how academic papers are … Continue reading

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