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 [...]
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?
A reflection of the year gone by Sam Horrocks Counselling in 2018 - a year in the life It’s that time of year when I take some time to reflect on the previous year, so I thought I would share with you some of [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Could you be in a toxic relationship right now? 5 signs of a toxic relationship What does it mean to be in a ‘toxic relationship’ and how would you know you were in one? Toxic means poisonous and unhealthy for you to be around; [...]
Could Counselling help you feel less stressed? Is it really ‘no time’ that’s making you feel stressed? I went to my first networking meeting of the year yesterday with the lovely people of Locks Heath Brainstorm where we talked about New Year’s resolutions for [...]
Sam Horrocks is now a BACP Accredited Counsellor Sam Horrocks BACP Accredited Counsellor After submitting my application and case study in April I am pleased to announce that I am now a BACP Accredited Counsellor. Those of you who know me, know how much [...]