Featured image shows a crowd, and in the center of the picture is a femme appearing person wearing a face mask and holding a placard saying “stand…… Read more “Why I left twitter for mastodon – an anti oppressive step”
As the seasons turn
It’s the last week of September and Autumn has cloaked us all in its many coloured rainment; the dew on the cobwebs in the morning, the fields…… Read more “As the seasons turn”
What are your rights when it comes to taking time off work for mental health issues?
A guest post on the very important topic of your rights when it comes to work and mental health .
Why we need to stop shaming and blaming people for faking orgasms
Does the advice to never fake orgasms hide far deeper cultural issues?
Poverty and Mental Health
In #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek I look at the impact of poverty on mental health #MHAW2019
Intersecting Identities – The Pink Therapy Spring Conference
My thoughts on attending the conference Intersecting Identities
Remembrance and Grief
As in many towns and villages across Britain a silhouette of a solider has appeared in my village as part of the commemorations of the end of…… Read more “Remembrance and Grief”
#WhyIdidntreport and victim blaming
Content notes – rape, sexual assault and victim blaming Recently, in response to another tweet by Donald Trump, which attacked a victim of sexual assault, brave survivors…… Read more “#WhyIdidntreport and victim blaming”
Famous for 15 minutes
Today I discovered I had been quotes in a number of newspapers, not the usual way to start Mothers Day!
Am I normal?
It is probably one of the most common questions in the counselling room “Am I normal” or it’s close variation “Is what I do normal?” Perhaps it…… Read more “Am I normal?”