Wow, I really like the cover for your userpage Marc. I think I didn't pause to read it properly when I found you on Wikipedia.
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Joe (Lifeartist) our founder, has written some papers on his userpage User:Lifeartist. They are about his reflective practitioner ideas. Basically he believes in doing what works to help the people that come to see him for therapy, rather than following a prescriptive evidence based model
He thinks that all the learning a clinical psychologist has are just tools to do the job of helping people with. He selects and uses whatever seems to work best for the patient with little regard for what he is 'supposed' to be doing. This is why I think you will like him...
PS: I've fixed your image on your userpage, and I'll link those links, such as Albert Einstein & Rod Serling, back to Wikipedia, as we would only ever have a small page on people that are not primarily psychologists :)
Hi Micheal Mostly Zen is away from his modem for the next week or so, so I have stepped in to field his questions. Most of the Wikia team are here with me at the Wikimania conference in Harvard, so it maybe that some technical problems are taking longer to fix. However I will raise your concerns with them in person tomorrow when I have a scheduled meeting with them and will try to get back to you when I get back to England on Tuesday. Please stick with us we are interested in you contribution. Regards.188.8.131.52 02:40, 6 August 2006 (UTC)
I am sorry if things have been slow for you. M