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Welcome To TherapyFriends !

Continuing Our Therapeutic Journey Together

Welcome to TherapyFriends!

Continuing Our Therapeutic Journey Together

TherapyFriends is a friendly mental health website that informs your overall health and happiness.

TherapyFriends offers the reader articles on mental health research and related topics such as concern for our planet and inclusiveness of different modalities, ethnicities, colour and beliefs.

If you browse through TherapyFriends, you will find something that informs and makes you feel better.

We have regular well-being columns, and find-a-friend, friendly contests, and interest groups and forums which you can enjoy when you sign up!

Like-Minded People on a Personal Journey

TherapyFriends is dedicated to promoting a more self-aware and sensitive community.

We do not receive or seek government funding, so please support us with your memberships or donations.  The more you can give, the more good we can do!

Find-a-Friend

We don’t have to be lonely to find new friends. The various transitional phases of life such as leaving education, family, children growing up and leaving home, parents going into care….all these events create little holes in our circle of friendships.

Class and Psychoanalysis: Landscapes of Inequality

David Morgan, psychoanalyst and author, reviews this vital book which explores class inequality in relation to psychoanalysis and what might make the latter more ‘accessible’. January 2021. Review: Class and Psychoanalysis: Landscapes of Inequality, by Dr Joanna Ryan, Routledge, London & New York, 2017 ISBN 978-1-138- 885516 “ Its the same the whole world over…

New on Advisory Board!

David Morgan is not new to the world of psychoanalysis, political thought, public speaking and writing. He has kindly accepted our invitation to join the TherapyFriends Advisory Board.

One minute of calm …

Subscribe via the premium membership to view more calming and inspirational videos…. we keep adding inspiring, calming videos and exclusive articles.

Reframing Ageing: Growing, Not Slowing

Our ongoing experience of life, and how we tell and re-tell our own stories over time, usually involves increasing self-awareness, developing personal authenticity and expressing our unique identity, whilst continuing meaningful and purposeful engagement with the world and others.

Join our Friendly Contest!

Prizes for your thoughts contest is open to all our valued TF registered members. Please make your submission at any time to qualify for monthly prizes in the groups and forums you prefer!

The Curiosity Drive

David Morgan, Psychoanalyst, author, public and radio guest speaker hosts this lively xmas lecture/conversation between Peter Hobson and Philip Stokoe, psychoanalysts, at the launch of Philip Stokoe’s book ‘Curiosity Drive’. David suggests in his opening remarks, that curiosity is an antidote to fundamentalist thinking. Sounds right. Try the video….. Political Mind Christmas Lecture

Find-a-Friend

We don’t have to be lonely to find new friends. The various transitional phases of life such as leaving education, family, children growing up and leaving home, parents going into care….all these events create little holes in our circle of friendships.

Psychoanalysis, Politics and Society:Freud, Arendt, Fanon

Repression, however, is an important achievement of humankind; we sublimate desires to achieve a more socially valued state of existence and it is civilisation that arises out of this.However, too much repression and we become sick..

TF Advisory Board

Dr. David Morgan, Psychoanalyst David Morgan worked as a consultant psychotherapist in the NHS for over 25 years at the Tavistock and Portman Clinic. He is a member of the BPAS, BPF and BPA. He is chair of the Political Minds Seminars at the Institute of Psychoanalysis. He contributes to the media and lectures nationally…

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