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Our worst fears

October 6, 2017

Clients present in the therapy room with many underlying fears, many of which can be quite debilitating, generally preventing people from living their lives to the full. At best, people may go a little off-track for a while; at worst, they can feel totally lost, […]

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Coachable, or a lost cause??

September 22, 2017

“My favourite example is athletics,” said Dr Robert Hogan, founder of Hogan Assessments. “They say for every ten world-class athletes, defined in terms of their physical abilities, only one will ever make it. The difference is that this one person is the one who is […]

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Why Use Cannabidiol CBD Oil Supplements?

September 15, 2017

CBD has become a highly sought-after compound in recent years, taking the natural products industry by storm after receiving highly publicised exposure in the media, including in Sanjay Gupta’s special, “Weed”, which first premiered on CNN. Since then, in the US, CBD oil products have […]

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The power of love…..

September 8, 2017

……a force from above…. cleaning my soul……a skyscraping dove……as in the words of Frankie Goes to Hollywood, is as vital for our mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing as it is for oxygen to be readily available for us to live and breathe! It is […]

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Coping strategies for anger

August 25, 2017

Anger is a perfectly normal human emotion that can range from mild irritation to an intense rage or fury. Trigger and warning signs – one of the first steps in managing your anger is to identify the types of situations that usually trigger the feeling. […]

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Self-compassion, do you have it?

August 11, 2017

Building on certain Buddhist principles, psychologists are learning that being kind to yourself can bolster resilience levels, act as a buffer against stress and even improve relationships! Self-compassion involves treating yourself to the same kindness and understanding that you would give to friend. This trait […]

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Drug-free treatment for depression

August 4, 2017

It’s staggering to find that depression affects around 300 million people! With one third of them not responding to treatment, it’s comforting to learn that many are now finding relief without prescription drugs. These methods have been scientifically proven to help ease symptoms and here’s […]

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Pain relief…….at what cost?

July 28, 2017

There is no question that some drugs provide great defence against acute, short-term pain, which alerts us to an injury or disease, and then subsides during recovery. Chronic pain, however, is very different. After an injury has healed, chronic pain may later show up as […]

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Embrace all your emotions!

July 14, 2017

Wanting to be happy all the time is a very natural desire, but not altogether realistic. Simply due to the fact that life is so good at throwing us the odd curved ball every now and then, we know full well that many other emotions […]

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Therapeutic Support

June 30, 2017

When I was asked to give a talk on the topic of Therapeutic Support for this year’s Asylum conference in June, I was immediately, and quite obviously, drawn to considering my role as a psychotherapist when compiling my notes. In particular, I thought about considering […]

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