By Arun Joseph
“In these times where there is lots of uncertainty and doubt, one can feel lost and hopeless. There are psychotherapists and counsellors who can explore the difficulty of the situation tailored to individual needs and background.
‘I have learned that there is no quick fix to any of life’s issues, and the road to success and fulfilment is long and rocky but worth travelling.’
In this article, Arun Joseph, Lecturer in Physiotherapy shares his personal journey with us prior to COVID and provides us with his perspectives on how psychodynamic psychotherapy has changed his life. Mental Health is not explicitly talked about in research or academia in general and the article aims to break the social stigma associated that goes with it. We all need to share our stories with courage and stories bring humanity to our work and life”
You can find the article and read more at the Therapy Today (a high-quality print publication journal) of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Arun Joseph MSc MCSP
Lecturer in Physiotherapy, Coventry University Researcher,
Respiratory Physiology and Biomedical Engineering, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences (University of Oxford)
Specialist Respiratory Physiotherapist (NHS Professionals- Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)