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From Second Chance Learners and Second-Class Citizens to Competent Addiction Practitioners
(Scientific Research Publishing, 2018-04-28)
The idea that clinicians who are in recovery from addiction or substance abuse working as addiction practitioners seems deeply counter-intuitive. Compounding this is the problem that many have incurred criminal records, so ...
Counselling: The Current Opium of the People?
(Scientific Research, 2015-04)
Western religion’s propensity to stultify holiness and the sacred is eclipsed in the profession of counselling. With its fundamentalist enthralment with the individual self, this poster-girl of liberalism, through its ...
Burnout as Alienation in the Counselling Field: The Descent from Homo-Faber to Homo-Economous
(Scientific Research Publishing, 2016-04-08)
The concepts burnout and alienation are routinely connected in a linear unproblematic trajectory (Tomei et al., 2011) perpetuating more of an ideological conflation than providing any insight into either concept. This ...