Hm, where to begin. When I first finished Daniel Quinn’s philosophical novel, Ishmael (1992, 3.94, 4.2), as an older teen, I spent four days in agnostic turmoil. My faith in God shaken, I somehow found my way back in the end. However, my life certainly wasn’t the same, and I would often remember this novel as Read More →

This is Part 2/2 of Judy Van Raalte’s lecture sum-ups. Academic subjects behind us, Judy turned to practical counselling advice for her final lecture. She set the groundwork by first allaying our worries about working with clinical cases like suicide or schizophrenia: the chances of running across an athlete with severe psychological problems is quite Read More →