What is walking therapy and how can it help you?
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”
Silence may be a valuable therapeutic tool, but its important its not the only one we use.
Attending a workshop on death was an opportunity to consider the conversations we fear to have
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?”
Fathers Day can provoke many different emotions. Karen Pollock looks at how, and why, its important to express them
Many of us will remember as a child being told to say sorry, and mouthing the words with little understanding of what they meant. It is one… Read more “Is forgiveness necessary?”
This post by a fellow curator of The Queerness crystallised something that has been on my mind for some time, whats so wrong with snowflakes? For those… Read more “What’s the problem with snowflakes?”
It is common for clients to be curious about a therapist’s own experience of therapy. Sometimes this is a desire to build a deeper relationship than boundaries… Read more “Turning the Page: A review of 2016”
In this post I explore a change to the BACP ethical framework which says counsellors should not expect clients to educate them