I am a clinical psychologist in Cape Town (as well as a freelance writer and editor). This blog is a place for observations, reflections, book reviews, photographs and other things personal and public.
and a bloody good photographer
love the ctn iconic shot with hut!
love the couch pic too
are you a jungian shrink?
how much do you charge a session?!
are you on the talent exchange?
Hi hoh. have to confess that the CT shot is not mine (borrowed from flickr – will have to find the photographer to credit). It’s a great photo though. The talent exchange sounds very interesting but will have to check our ethical code. Wouldn’t want to be struck off before I’ve even properly qualified! (Will qualify as a private practitioner after my community year ends in May 2009).
Greetings from the East Coast!
I have really enjoyed reading your blog and my favourite photo is “Water” which you took in Betty’s Bay. Awesome shot!
I came over here, from BOOK SA. Saw you had commented on the Farren/Emdon conversation. I’m interested in your blog and perspective.
Good to find your blog. I have stated a writing group in Betty’s Bay called Out of the Box and have some eccentric thinkers among us. Our last workshop was called ‘On the Road’ hosted by Lien Botha. It was based on Jack kerouac’s work. We have set up a blog – Betty’s Bay Writersblog. Take a look, you might find it interesting. Would love to paste your ‘road’ story! Please let me know if that would be OK
Candy – Hi, I had a quick look at your blog and it looks great. Will definitely be back to check out the Betty’s Bay writersblog community. You’re very welcome to post my Betty’s Bay road story if you like. Cheers, Pete
hi, im a novelist
and a student
working on an essay re Engleby and some of the psychological themes in it…
i found your post very interesting.
My name is Megan and I am a student intern at FindTheBest. I really like your blog and would like to feature it on our blog comparison for free! If you are interested, please contact me at mfunk(at)findthebest(dot)com and I can send you the details.
We’d like to use one of your articles in a university textbook. Would you be able to let me have an email address to which I can send a formal request?
We’d like to use one of your photos in a blog post about the 2010 World Cup. Please let me know if you’d prefer us not to?
Hey Alan. That’s fine. Thanks.
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