Each year, as we approach the end of one year and the begininging of the next, I take a moment to look over the past 12 months.… Read more “Looking forward, looking back. A review of 2018”
What is walking therapy and how can it help you?
Summer is a time of Pride marches and events, in this post I explore what impact pride, and its opposite shame can have
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”
I have written frequently about the need for better training and regulation of counselling and the talking therapies in general. This has however left me with a… Read more “Exciting times ahead!”
I have written a number of times on the need for better regulation of counselling and psychotherapy in the UK. Given our position, where anyone, regardless of… Read more “Theraputic abuse and red flags”
I have written previously on the ethical, and professional reasons why therapists should not google their clients. It’s a feature of the power of modern technology that… Read more “Should clients Google their therapist?”
Domestic abuse takes many forms including; physical, emotional, psychological, sexual and financial, and these can often be combined. Sometimes it takes the form of coercive control, which… Read more “Domestic Abuse”
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”
There is still too much resistance to accepting bisexual peoples accounts of their own lives, and experiences.