Three therapists who used to sit in a pub talking about their thoughts on counselling, psychotherapy and the human condition decided to make their ramblings a little more public …
Three Men with a Blog are (in reverse alphabetical order): Duncan E. Stafford, Glenn Nicholls and Jim Holloway. Based in Bristol and Cambridge, UK, between them they have professional interests in the areas of anger management, addictions, couples work, coaching, sex therapy and supervision; in addition they draw on the experience of 167 years of life on earth.
Three Men with a Blog are delighted networkers and are interested to hear from other therapy writers who’d like to guest write for the blog (visit the contact page for details and further information).
Duncan E. Stafford (click to read all of Duncan’s articles)
I have been working as a therapist since 2001. Based in Bristol, my practice offers face-to-face, online and WalkTalk therapies in addition to supervision. I authored a book about pornography addiction in 2011, and have contributed to various TV programmes and magazines.
Glenn Nicholls (click to read all of Glenn’s articles)
I have been a psychotherapist since 1998 in Cambridge and London. I am an executive coach and organisation development consultant. I lead training courses in supervision and couple therapy. This blog is an experiment in articulating some of the things that inform my work.
Jim Holloway (Click to read all of Jim’s articles)
I run an independent practice in Cambridge, UK, doing a lot of counselling and therapy with men, and I provide professional supervision for all kinds of ‘people practitioners’. I am co-author of Practical Supervision and write regularly for BACP’s Private Practice journal.
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