Yes, I know it's a drag to have a neologism like 'psycho-practice' but as I've researched the psychotherapy and counselling professionalisation scene over the last several years, I've come to understand that terminology matters. I wish it didn't but it does.
So... 'psycho-practice', 'psycho-practitioner'...
Think of 'psycho-practice' as a way of evoking a spectrum of modes of human enquiry in which people are encountered as persons.
I intend it to be inclusive of any activity in which people engage with themselves and others in enquiring into their personal functioning, their relationships, their politics, their deficiences, their wishes, dreams, their spirituality etc etc.
'Psycho-practice' includes both psychoanalysis and cocounselling, both NLP and the native American tradition.
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