What a joy, Sunday afternoon watching one of my favourite movies, Hitchcock’s Vertigo. I don’t like it quite as much as Rear Window, but perhaps it’s a more intriguing and bizarre film. It explores a similar idea – at what point does a fascination, an obsession, become a perversion? I find Vertigo so brilliant because Read more…

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Here’s an amusing video of Albert Ellis practicing his Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy, which is one of the progenitors of CBT. The lady in the interview, Gloria, went to visit three different therapists – Carl Rogers, Frederick Perls (a leading Gestalt therapist), and Ellis. Ellis made his name as a preacher of sexual liberation, particularly Read more…

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