A historic green plaque has been erected on our building, to commemorate the speech therapist Lionel Logue, made famous by the film The King’s Speech, who practiced here:
posted on 7th July 2011 by Stefan Chmelik
Provocative Therapy: It can be fun
I had a lot of fun in those sessions, I felt they were very enjoyable - the lightness and laughter of it made touching on uncomfortable and painful issues easier, and the benevolence you bring to the process (aka Unconditional Positive Regard) was palpable. I could see how the strange mental-emotional convolutions that happen when experiencing the inner friction set up by the provocations would over time promote real change.