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I had a query about the thinking behind the subtitle Psychodynamic Thinking

Our editorial/publishing board decided on the name 'Psychodynamic Thinking' for our Community Site.  That's because although the Site is hosted by APPCIOS, it is not intended solely for APPCIOS members.  We hope that many other organisations committed to psychoanalytic thinking will want to make use of it.  

Our Board decided on 'Psychodynamic Thinking' rather than 'Psychoanalytic Thinking' after many long discussions.  Our main concern is to make the Site accessible.  'Psychodynamic' was originally used as a term to describe the broader application of psychoanalytic thinking, and that's the sense in which we are using it.   We want to welcome every application of psychoanalytic practice, and we don't want to discourage any good thinkers who might feel intimidated by a word that they fear implies a level of expertise they have not yet acquired.   We think that psychoanalytic thinking can and should be equally rigorous in all its applications, and we want to promote the learning that makes that achievable.  

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What do you think about the various possible colourways?  (Take a look at the notice here)

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There seems to be no limit on the number of featured items that can be displayed.  In other rooms, I think there's a limit to the number, and then another category, 'content', which can go onto a separate page.  

There is no limit. All items flagged as featured will be listed as such on the group page and will be visible. Any that are set up as non featured or changed to be that will appear in the other content section. It would be good practice for the group administrators and contributors to review the 'featured items' list and change the status once they have aged and no longer need to be featured

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