A common technique of both parents and teachers to encourage desirable behaviour is the marble jar, or similar variations. The idea, which comes from the positive parenting… Read more “Self care and rewarding your self”
It seems, from looking around at the various self help guides and blogs at this time of year that New Year resolutions are not looked upon fondly.… Read more “Why New Year Resolutions need not be a bad idea”
“She has her mother’s nose” “You sound just like your father” “He takes after their side of the family” From birth it seems the entire world tries… Read more “Message in a bottle”
A DIY self care box is as important as a well stocked first aid box
Tips and thoughts on celebrating Valentines Day, for those who are monogamous, and not.
Many people are being failed by the NHS when it comes to talking therapies. Replacing CBT with Mindfulness is not the solution.
Confused by they types of counselling on offer, and what counselling is? An accessible guide for non professionals
Image Description [ A tree covered tropical island, with two people in the foreground with outstretched arms] No man is an island, Entire of itself, Every man… Read more “Decoding the past.”
A paper came across my twitter timeline recently which genuinely left me wide eyed with surprise. It was entitled “Should psychiatrists Google their patients?” It was one… Read more “To Google or not to Google?”
Consider this client referral. They are recently bereaved, losing their mother in quite traumatic circumstances. They are considering counselling as they feel they are loosing their role in their family, and have… Read more “Frozen pizza never killed anyone.”