Whitebells captured during my Coronavirus daily walk Normalising Corona Anxiety for you I am writing this blog because I want to normalise the level of Corona Anxiety that you may be feeling. It even has its own hashtag #Coronaanxiety so clearly it is a 'thing'. I want to try [...]
Self harm occurs when a person’s emotions simply become too big to handle or too overwhelming to contain. A bit like a volcano about to explode if it doesn’t get a release. So why harm or injur yourself?
Is typing 'Counselling near me' into a search engine the best way to find your Counsellor? Find some hints and tips here on what else to look for when choosing a Counsellor.
Merry Christmas 2018 I would like to wish all my clients past, present and future a Merry Christmas for 2018 and a Happy New Year. I will be taking a break between the 21st of December and the 2nd of January when I will be responding to all messages throughout the [...]
Counselling for Bereavement by suicide Have you experienced a death or bereavement by suicide? A little while ago I was approached by the charity Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS) to work with one of their clients who had suffered a fairly recent bereavement by suicide. I feel really [...]
Mindfulness and Meditation Mindfulness and Meditation – check this out A FREE app with a clear, modern take on getting in touch with your emotions and learning to de stress. This was recommended to me by a client and I am very excited to be sharing it with you. [...]
Have you lost the love of gardening due to depression? Could gardening help with your depression? A recent survey published by Gardeners World confirms that 80 per cent of gardeners are satisfied with their lives compared to 67 per cent of those with indoor based hobbies or no hobbies [...]
Stop Victim Blaming Judge blames 13 year old sexual abuse victim It is hard enough for victims of Domestic Abuse and Sexual Abuse to prove their case in court, yet a judge sees fit to label a 13 year old victim a ‘sexual predator’. The perpetrator of the sexual abuse was a 41 [...]
Counselling for older people this world mental health day World Mental Health Day 10th October 2013 The focus this year for world mental health day is on older people. Do you know an older person who is struggling with loneliness, bereavement, isolation or depression? Or perhaps someone who is finding it [...]