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The bringing together of spiritual values with sound clinical skills is central to Re-Vision's mission. Openness, honesty, clarity, beauty and tolerance are values that ReVision is committed to putting into practice.

The essence of our identity as a community is to embody care, integrity and meaning both in our work with individuals and in our efforts to reach out and have an influence on the larger society.

  • we recognise that counselling and therapy function within a social and political context that can be forgotten in the consulting room
  • we seek to honour the political reality alongside the psychological
  • we temper high ideals with knowledge of the shadow side of the human psyche and the need for grounded practice
  • we try to model what we teach and be open to re-vision ourselves in the light of new perspectives and feedback.



Psychotherapy Diploma (2 years part time)

Re-Vision's UKCP Accredited Psychotherapy Diploma  in Integrative Transpersonal Psychotherapy: Applications are now invited for our next two-year part-time post-qualifying training course starting in September 2018.  The training is a creative, contemporary approach to psychotherapy, integrating the latest neuroscientific, trauma, ecopsychology and attachment based thinking with Archetypal, Post-Jungian and Transpersonal perspectives. For graduates of our counselling training, the Psychotherapy training is the final two years of a five year training. We invite applications both from graduates of Re-Vision’s counselling diploma or those who have qualified elsewhere. The price quoted is for the first year of the course and includes residential costs.



Re-Vision CPD with Robert Romanyshyn


Saturday 6 July 2019 at Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ For psychotherapists, counsellors, arts therapists and those in training.

£110 including lunch

In the turbulent times in which we live, the pace of technological advancements is continuously increas- ing and its reach into our personal and collective lives is becoming increasingly invasive. Whether it is the fear of a nuclear event, or the terrible warning signs of climate crises, or the threats to privacy and iden- tity, or the loss of a sense of place and community as we live more and more in digital space, or the shadowy impacts of technology on our political and economic institutions, or the seemingly insane pace of time in a 24/7 wired world, we are webbed into a way of being where these global concerns are the very fabric of our day to day lives.

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is a parable for our time, and Robert’s upcoming book, Victor Frankenstein, the Monster and the Shadows of Technology: The Frankenstein Prophecies poses eight questions ad- dressed to us by the Monster, who, never named and abandoned by his creator, is exiled to the margins of mind where he haunts the collective imagination.

In this one-day event, focusing on the therapy room where the Monster’s descendants, whose voices have been silenced and whose stories are still un-told, now appear in symptomatic disguises, we will dis- cuss how the Monster’s tale has specific implications for reframing psychotherapy as a cultural therapy. Together we will use case examples to explore the necessity to recover the wisdom of the dream, to cre- ate an ethics on the margins, to examine the complexities of love and its dark shadows, to be responsive to the dire warnings about climate change by facing how we create monster by denying responsibility for our own actions, and to acknowledge the healing power of grief once we face the very real possibility that we might be living in end times.

Copies of Victor Frankenstein, the Monster and the Shadows of Technology: The Frankenstein Prophecies will be available for sale on the day prior to its official publication.


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