The Spiral Method offers safe ways of working for voice hearers and abuse survivors who fear being overwhelmed by their experience. The containing double offers a safe and supportive witness who can enable fragile and vulnerable people to work through their difficulties. Owning strengths also helps people realise their potential to heal. The careful research done by Dr. Kate Hudgins and her colleagues ensures that these methods are tailor made to empower survivors to discover their own ability to live more fully and to help each other.
The Communicube and Communiwell
at the Science Museum
A new Exhibition MIND MAPS at the Science Museum, London, will feature the structures invented by Dr. John Casson (www.communicube.co.uk) See:
Mind Maps: Stories from Psychology, explores how mental health conditions have been diagnosed and treated over the past 250 years. Divided into four episodes between 1780 and 2014, this exhibition looks at key breakthroughs in scientists’ understanding of the mind and the tools and methods of treatment that have been developed. Bringing together psychology, other related sciences, medicine and human stories, the exhibition is illustrated through a rich array of historical and contemporary objects, artworks and archive images.
The exhibition is from December 10th 2013 until 12th August 2014 at:
The Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD.