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November 25, 2018

I was writing  about bereavement, loss and grieving. I'd spent a lot of time writing this blog and when I went to upload it, the document  was blank! Couldn't recover the document. Everything about the document was lost.

This document represented my ideas, experien...

- When did you know you wanted to become a therapist?

My work has always involved working 1:1 with people. I spent a number of years working as a Massage Therapist and realised that often emotional responses could be triggered during the work. This led me into thinking...

Anxiety is fact of life! Everybody experiences it at some time. For most of us though, it’s something that we’d rather not have, and mostly consider it to be a negative experience. When it’s looked at like this, then it’s not surprising that it’s something that we try...

I don’t need counselling – do I?

Often counselling is seen as something that people go to when they need ‘fixing’, when something is wrong, or when they ‘can’t cope’. This can sometimes be seen as a sign of weakness or failure of some kind. No wonder you might may be re...

Self-Care………Really?

Although I’ve always intuitively known that ‘self-care’ is important, I’ve never really been comfortable with how the topic is approached, and never really knew why. It was just a feeling that I had, that somehow, something was ‘off’ or missing.

Over...

Attachment theory was developed in the 1950’s by John Bowlby (1907-1990), an English psychologist and psychoanalyst, who had an interest in child development that came out of his own experiences as a child of his time.  Although the theory is well established in psycho...