What is walking therapy and how can it help you?
More on my candidacy for BACP Governor
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”
Impostor Syndrome can trip up the best of us, so what can we do to tackle it?
This post discusses the impact of child abuse, so please exercise self care whilst reading, and afterwards if the content may be triggering or upsetting to you.… Read more “The impact of childhood sexual abuse on gender and sexuality diverse survivors”
Summer is a time of Pride marches and events, in this post I explore what impact pride, and its opposite shame can have
Silence may be a valuable therapeutic tool, but its important its not the only one we use.
An overview of my first year on my Post Grad Diploma on Gender Sexuality and Relationship Diverse Therapy
One of the strengths of The Archers radio show is that its format, 14 minutes each evening when listeners eavesdrop on the residents of Ambridge, allows for… Read more “Shula, Alistair and the Relationship Escalator”