Therapy for change. Things happen. How we experience them at the time doesn’t have to remain fixed. (See: why do situations get you anxious?) Since the lockdown started I have had time to reflect on myself and experience. In other words to practice what therapists tend to neglect – self-care. Self-care is not selfish. Firstly,… Read More Some Self-Care Tips – Help Your Mental Health
Relationship therapy. Who needs it?
Do You?… Read More Relationship Therapy – End of the Affair
One Experience Two Truths… Read More A Policeman’s Lot – A B C
Developed by Carl Rogers in the middle of the last century person centred therapy is neatly encapsulated by the man himself: According to Rogers: For constructive personality change to occur, it is necessary that these conditions exist and continue over a period of time: Two persons are in psychological contact. The first, whom we shall… Read More What is Person Centred Therapy?
The tide seemed to have turned but may be on its way back in. Is the ‘new normal’ just a way of saying a rest stop to another ‘new, new normal’? Cases and deaths are creeping up.… Read More Mental Health and Covid-19
The lockdown has provided time to reflect. To consider. To take stock. Notwithstanding the personal and social tragedies of the loss of so many lives there is a time for looking for other ways to live.… Read More Why Do Situations Get You Anxious?
The rain has made me feel a bit fed up. A bit unsettling as I wasn’t aware of any particular effect on me regarding the weather.… Read More Where Did Summer Go?
It’s scary to source and engage with counselling. … Read More Your First Counselling Session