PHILOSOTHERAPY

Article: What is Philosotherapy

Many people who are suffering from very real and distressing problems are hesitant to seek professional advice because of the social stigma which still prevails, however unfairly, on those who undergo psychiatric, or even psychological, treatment. The situation is doubly unfair considering the fact that, for the most part, the problems requiring solution can by […]

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PHILOSOTHERAPY

Article: Philosotherapy

Currently I am in practice in Melbourne work with people in a philosophical capacity regarding significant personal problems. I believe that many, if not most, problems at present referred to psychologists and even psychiatrists, are basically philosophical and as such would be better treated by a person whose professional training and special skills are better […]

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ABOUT HARRY

Article: About Harry St. Vincent Beechey

Harold St Vincent Beechey (St Vincent in recognition of the successful Napoleonic era admiral who was godfather to an ancestor) Born: 16/1/1925 – Died: 13/5/2006   FAMILY Harry’s family includes:   3 step-children, 2 surviving – Terry, Barbara, John (dec) 8 Grandchildren 12 Great-grandchildren 3 sisters – Ann, Gillian and Veronica 2 brothers – Anthony […]

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MENTOR

Article: Mentor

  His close friend Wally Marek writes: “There are a lot of things about Harry that remind his friends of the genius of Spike Milligan; whereas Spike went to England we got Harry. Harry had the same capacity for not taking himself seriously… A number of people have said that Harry is the best-read man […]

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VETERAN

Article: Veteran

In 1944 Harry was a conscript with the D Day invasion forces of the English Army. Harry did not like to talk much about the war, however, he did open up a little to his friend Baker-Moss (Mossy) who was in the RAAF when they met.  Mossy writes: I suspect that we first bonded as […]

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Article: Springvale Writers Circle

A passion based around words (Insight, 2003) Guns win battles, words win wars – such is the power of the written word. CHRISTOPHER MALLON looks at a Springvale group that is providing an outlet for those who want to write creatively. The increasing popularity of writing and its creative genres of fiction, non-fiction — and […]

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