Working with Dissociated States of Self in the Therapeutic Relationship – Dr. Rachel Hopping

In this accessible talk, Rachel would like to share ideas about dissociated states of self...

Last updated 3 May 2024

In this accessible talk, Rachel would like to share ideas about dissociated states of self and how to work with them in the therapeutic relationship.

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Working with Dissociated States of Self in the Therapeutic Relationship - Dr. Rachel Hopping
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Dr. Rachel Hopping

Dr. Rachel Hopping is one of the Partners of The Link Centre, a Counselling and Psychotherapy training centre based in Sussex and Online. Rachel is a Counselling Psychologist and UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and has worked with a wide range of clients both within the NHS and in private practice.

Rachel utilises an Integrative Relational model of psychotherapy, which centralises early relational experience upon the development of the self and later pathology. She incorporates these perspectives into both her practice and teaching, placing the quality of relating between therapist and client as the primary factor for growth and change.