Posted: February 22, 2022

Josephine Perry, Psychologist

When I began my training as a psychologist my supervisor suggested that all sports psychs should attend a counselling course. It was enlightening. On our MSc we had been taught a couple of interventions but on this course we were taught not to intervene, not to interfere, to let things be and to give space. Kathryn Mannix’s book, Listen, teaches us the reasons why, and the skills to do this. I would suggest it should be mandatory reading for anyone working in psychology.

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Posted: October 4, 2021

Peter Stanford, The Telegraph

Kathryn Mannix’s new book explains how you go about difficult conversations in life – a topic she’s learned the hard way.

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Posted: September 16, 2021

Joanna Cannon, The Guardian

From adoption to sexuality, early pregnancy to death, a palliative care doctor explores the discussions we often try to avoid.

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Posted: September 4, 2021

Marianne Power, The Times

Marianne Power learns the difficult art of having tricky conversations from a wise and experienced doctor.

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