Room layout in therapy

Hugo Maximillian Metcalfe writes.

Before the start of a recent co-therapy session with my supervisor, she asked that I come with her to the room we had booked to ‘make sure it was OK’.

We entered and, as I have done myself countless times before, we arranged the furniture. Moving surplus chairs to the side, arranging some chairs facing each other either side of a central table and placing a box of tissues to one side. As we sat in our chosen seats and surveyed our newly constructed landscape I asked her why we didn’t


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