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Paul Hayward

How does counselling work?

Posted by Paul Hayward

9 Days Ago


My philosophy of counselling is quite simple: have faith in the person and have faith in the process. It is a simple philosophy, but one which I feel has served me, and more importantly, my clients, well to date. The subject of this case study, referred to as “Bear” (not his real name) was referred to me... [read more]

Stephen Walker

The Four Agreements

Posted by Stephen Walker

10 Days Ago


Hello, It’s that time of year again—time for gatherings and celebrations at work and at home. Although these can be enjoyable times, sometimes the relationships we revisit during these events have a difficult history and seem challenging. It is within the power of each of us to turn each moment with other people into either an opportunity for... [read more]

Francesco  Bernardi

I've been 'unrealistically' bad

Posted by Francesco  Bernardi

471 Days Ago


It is surprising and saddening hearing kind-hearted and levelled clients be hard on themselves for behaviours that are not socially desirable, i.e.: having an extra drink at a party and getting a little drunk, having casual sex, having an argument with a loved one, calling in sick at work on a bad day, etc. These are... [read more]

Tess Adams

WRITING AS A THERAPEUTIC TOOL

Posted by Tess Adams

551 Days Ago


"I was angry!  So angry... I began stabbing at the cornflakes packet with my spoon when I was ten.  Then I took to writing big angry words on the cardboard - nasty words, swear words.  Then I felt better.  So I tore then up.  I found solace in writing large angry words on paper (toilet paper included).  I... [read more]

Rachel Lebus

Relationship Therapy: turning over a new leaf

Posted by Rachel Lebus

836 Days Ago


It’s the beginning of September, the holiday is over, and there’s an upsurge in the number of people seeking relationship counselling.  Time spent together over the summer has highlighted the rifts that lie hidden (or not so hidden) below the surface. The impact of living in a troubled relationship is felt not only by the couple,... [read more]

Fran Roberts

Understanding Self

Posted by Fran Roberts

850 Days Ago


We often develop unhelpful stories when we are young and unable to emotionally process what is happening. These stories are developed to help us cope at the time but often end up becoming thorns in our side as we grow older. We struggle to develop healthy relationships or commit to things but we don’t understand why.... [read more]

Danielle Coleman

How to survive as a carer

Posted by Danielle Coleman

1004 Days Ago


Carers need help too – how counselling can help you cope Being a carer Are you looking after a parent, spouse, disabled child, or friend? Many of us in the UK are now shouldering the main responsibility for looking after a loved one, either with us at home or living elsewhere. We all know that this is a very... [read more]

Margareta James

Are schoolchildren under too much pressure? The Duchess of Cambridge shares our views on children's mental health issues.

Posted by Margareta James

1018 Days Ago


Doing well at school is a worry all youngsters have to contend with – but are schoolchildren in Cambridge more stressed than we thought? It could be so, after it emerged children as young as 6 are now being treated for stress by professionals, with the pressure of taking school tests cited as one of the... [read more]

Gayle Joubert

Broken Hearts Can, And Do, Mend

Posted by Gayle Joubert

1060 Days Ago


If your relationship has left you hurt, bewildered, confused, bitter, disappointed, angry, rejected, broke, broken, or any or all of those, you may be feeling as if you will never get over it. You will, with a little help or a lot of time. Feeling as if your heart is broken is one of the hardest things to cope... [read more]

Barbara Paczkowska

Depression

Posted by Barbara Paczkowska

1069 Days Ago


If you're wondering whether you suffer from depression, the following text will help you to clear your doubts and answer the question… What is depression? We all feel sad or under the weather at times, but we only talk about depression when these feelings are prolonged, or when they are so strong that they impair our normal way... [read more]


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