Counselling, Reading, Research

The influence of architecture on the therapy space

A good friend sent me a link to a recently published paper on the Psychiatric Times website - Strategies to Facilitate a Positive Therapeutic Encounter - which I have really enjoyed and definitely provoked some thoughts. Head over and have a look, it's open access. The article outlines all the ways that the physical space… Continue reading The influence of architecture on the therapy space

Archaeology, Archaeology Research

London’s oldest terrace houses

As I was in Newington Green this morning, I thought I'd stop to enjoy the Square. Of particular interest are Nos 52-55, four red brick terraces that are in fact London's oldest surviving terrace houses. Here they are in all their spring sunlit glory. According to Pevsner's Architectural Guide, there are few 17th century houses… Continue reading London’s oldest terrace houses