Shula Wilson

Shula Wilson has been a practising psychotherapist and supervisor since 1991. She is the founder of SKYLARK (1995–2012) an organisation that offered counselling and psychotherapy for people affected by disability. She is a founder member of the Institute for Psychotherapy and Disability, and a consultant psychotherapist at St Thomas’ Hospital and Great Ormond Street Hospital, where she is also a lecturer and supervisor. She is a committee member of Multi-lingual Psychotherapy Centre. Shula is the author of Disability, Counselling and Psychotherapy – Challenges and Opportunities and has written chapters and articles on disability and psychotherapy for various publications.

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Mother Tongue and Other Tongues: Narratives in Multilingual Psychotherapy

Mother Tongue and Other Tongues: Narratives in Multilingual Psychotherapy

Edited by Ali Zarbafi, Shula Wilson

  • Paperback £19.99

We are living in times where the issue of identity and difference has taken on a more defensive hue. The tide is turning towards an inward-looking nostalgia of sameness based on fear rather than on... (more)

Disability, Counselling and Psychotherapy: Challenges and Opportunities

Disability, Counselling and Psychotherapy: Challenges and Opportunities

by Shula Wilson

  • Paperback £31.99

Addressing the felt experience of disabled people and the ways in which psychotherapy may be constructively employed, this text takes a life-span perspective and a psychoanalytic approach to explore... (more)

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