The Psychotherapist: From Trainee to Professional

The first reading I ever completed for my three-year psychotherapy diploma program was in the summer before starting the certificate (In the UK we get our Postgraduate Certificate before we can progress to the Diploma). I can’t remember what book it was from, but the author seemed very determined to instill in the reader that any trainee…

Clutter

the house looks like that kind of anxiety you can’t really talk to people about because it smells like rancid dish water and stale, endless masturbation dust and dog fur mingle on hirsute heirlooms my eyelids feel like the jowls of a bloodhound I grind my teeth and breathe in peace-scented candles until I cough…

Interview with Alex Creece, July Featured Author

  Starting this month, Rosewater will be having a “featured author” each month. The editors choose a contributing author, ask them a few questions, and focus that month on publishing many of their pieces. This month, we have chosen Alex Creece, a dedicated Rosewater contributor. Alex’s pieces have historically crossed genres, focusing on personal narratives,…

Kareers 4 Kooks

Job hunting is a competitive sport, and representing yourself accurately is not the winning strategy. Truthful responses fall far short of rehearsed ones. And it is your responsibility to know what trick questions might come up, and how to navigate them. You can flatline your chances with mere honesty. Frankly, it is difficult to even…