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This Is Water – Noticing

By Ian Tomlinson

The video* of David Foster Wallace’s commencement speech starts with the tail of two young fish swimming along when an older fish swimming in the other direction says “morning boys, how’s the water?”.   The younger fish look confused and one says to the other “what the hell is water?”. Sometimes I get to be the older, wiser fish and sometimes I’m one of the young ones.   This is water is about all of us It takes me real conscious effort to see the water and occasionally when things are going wrong and I’m feeling anxious or scared I don’t see…

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How Transactional Analysis Can Help Teachers

By Ian Tomlinson

If you attended the lecture I gave at Edge Hill University on four ways in which TA can help you understand relationships in the classroom then you can download the presentation by clicking the image below.  Any feedback or comments would be gratefully received. Just write in the comments section underneath the post. Keep up to date with my courses and blog posts! Join my newsletter and never miss a post! Subscribe

Two Books That Can Change Your Brain

By Ian Tomlinson

Our brains are powerful things. They tell us all sorts of stuff and most of it is not true.   A great example of this is when I drive to my home town of Lincoln from Manchester.  In order to do this I have to drive down the A15. If you’ve never experienced the A15 it’s one of those roads that goes on for miles and; this being Lincolnshire, is often backed up with tractors and slow moving vehicles.  This results in many people getting frustrated and overtaking dangerously.   As a result the road has chalked up a huge…

great counselling and psychotherapy blogs

Great Psychotherapy And Counselling Blogs

By Ian Tomlinson

Are you interested in psychotherapy and counselling?  Do you like to read what other therapists have to say?  You can learn a lot from other therapists and be entertained by them too (hopefully). Let’s track those goodies down I’ve constructed a list of some of my favourite therapy blogs.  This is just the start of a list  and I’m hoping that you will add to my list and tell me about any great therapists or counsellors that I have missed.  What do you think to the blogs that I have chosen? What do you think to my list?  Incomplete?  Utter…

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