Every year, in the spirit of practicing what I preach, I write something looking back over the past 12 months. It is so easy to get caught… Read more “So that was 2019!”
For many years bi, pan and queer people have felt like the “red haired step child” at the table when it comes to representation. Bi Health Month… Read more “Maybe it is 20Bi-teen”
January can really be the cruellest month, here are some ideas of how to get through it.
Learning that it is ok to be conflicted can be a vital life lesson
Radio is a way that we can reach out to people who might not be connected to the LGBT community in any other way.
What is walking therapy and how can it help you?
When people start counselling in the initial session I sometimes compare what might happen to picking at a scab. It isn’t a pleasant image, but then neither… Read more “Healing can’t tell the time”
Gender sexual and relationship diversity (GSRD) may be a phrase that is unfamiliar to some of you reading this. It has been suggested as a more inclusive,… Read more “Gender, sexuality and relationship diverse counselling”
An overview of my first year on my Post Grad Diploma on Gender Sexuality and Relationship Diverse Therapy
I am a firm believer in demystifying counselling and the therapeutic process. It is part of the reasoning behind my Archers posts, to make theory accessible using… Read more “What happens in a counselling session?”