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Counselling for Bereavement

Counselling for Bereavement

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Bereavement Losing someone we care about can be heart-breaking and mourning their loss can bring about a storm of different emotions. Bereavement can look and feel quite different for each of us, that’s because we are all unique, we will all grieve... Read More

Counselling For Issues Arising From Redundancy

Counselling For Issues Arising From Redundancy

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Redundancy It seems very apt that I’m writing this particular blog today.  I’ve been writing a series of blogs about the issues that I can help with, and this month it’s about redundancy. As I sit here at my laptop typing,... Read More

Covid-19 Coronavirus

Covid-19 Coronavirus

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Covid-19 Coronavirus Advice and resources during this uncertain time. As you’ll be very aware by now, the Covid-19 Coronavirus is now a pandemic and I’m writing this on 25 March 2020 – the second day of lockdown in the UK. The... Read More

Counselling For Issues Arising From Divorce

Counselling For Issues Arising From Divorce

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Divorce Divorce can be extremely stressful, in fact from the results of research to find out the most stressful life experiences we can go through, divorce and marital separation rank 2nd and 3rd respectively on the Holmes And Rahe Stress Scale. ... Read More

Counselling For Family Issues

Counselling For Family Issues

Monday, February 10, 2020

Family Issues The old saying ‘you can choose your friends but you can’t choose your family’ may conjure up a wry smile or a sigh of resignation in some, especially when they’ve hit a rocky patch in family life and are aware... Read More

Relationship Counselling

Relationship Counselling

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Relationships When you first enter into a romantic relationship it can feel wonderful and exciting, full of fun as you go on dates together, getting to know each other and feeling hopeful as you grow to like each other more and more.  As the... Read More

Happy Christmas?

Happy Christmas?

Friday, December 6, 2019

Happy Christmas? What do you first think of when you think about Christmas? Is it lots of fun with family and friends? Parties? Lots of nice food and drink? Gifts? Or is it more like ‘I’m dreading it’, ‘too much to do’... Read More

Counselling for Domestic Violence

Counselling for Domestic Violence

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Domestic Violence It would be lovely to think that behind every door in Britain there is a happy, relaxed atmosphere where people feel safe and loved and can find sanctuary from the outside world.  Sadly, the reality is too often very far from this... Read More

How counselling can help with sexual abuse issues

How counselling can help with sexual abuse issues

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Sexual Abuse Due to the revelations about Jimmy Savile that surfaced in 2012, and then the #MeToo Movement that hit the headlines in late 2017 following allegations of sexual abuse against Harvey Weinstein, the issue of sexual abuse has become much more... Read More

Dealing with Emotional Abuse

Dealing with Emotional Abuse

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Emotional Abuse Emotional abuse (also known as psychological abuse) is a terrible thing to go through and can have a lasting impact.  It can cause trauma, stress, low self-esteem, lack of confidence, anxiety, depression and even suicide. ... Read More

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