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Can Self Be Without Other?

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Welcome to this edition of our Therapist’s BlogSpot where Associate Counsellor and Psychotherapist Nicki Kaur discusses her philosophy regarding the interpersonal connectedness of humans and how we do not, and cannot really exist at all without our relationships and bonds … Continue reading

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We Ask Our Child Therapist 5 Commonly Asked Questions for Children’s Mental Health Week

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February 4th 2019 marks the beginning of Children’s Mental Health Week, a national awareness campaign championed by children’s mental health charity Place2Be. To get involved and help spread the importance of child mental health issues we asked RHCP Child Therapist … Continue reading

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Safe Zones for Children with ASD and Anxiety this Christmas

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Welcome to this Christmas edition of our featured therapist Blog Spot where our Child Psychotherapist Lucy Johnson discusses useful ideas to assist autistic children with the change of routine that comes with Christmas.  This article will be helpful not only … Continue reading

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All I Want for Christmas – Is For Children to be Safe: A Child Therapist’s Advice for Parents Buying Smart Technology for Christmas

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Welcome to the October edition of our featured therapist BlogSpot where HCPC Registered Child Therapist Lucy Johnson discusses the dilemmas faced by many parents who consider introducing or updating children’s modern devices such as smart phones, tablets and other internet … Continue reading

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Gut Instinct: The Influence of Metaphor in Everyday Conversations

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Welcome to our featured therapist Blog Spot where this month we feature Adrian Ward, a psychodynamic counsellor whose work is particularly informed by Jungian concepts of understanding the mind regarding unconscious influences on our ways of being. In this post … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk To Our Kids: A Simple Request from a Child Therapist

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Welcome to this BlogSpot where we feature BACP Accredited Child Therapist Sacha Jackson sharing her experiences of working with young people and encourages adults to stop, talk and communicate with the children in their lives. I wanted to talk about ‘talking … Continue reading

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Help My Child Is Autistic

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Welcome to this month’s blog spot where Person Centred therapist Roger Green talks about Autism and how counselling can help. It happens to so many parents. They are worried that their child has run into some problems.   They are referred … Continue reading

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Unpacking the Suitcase: A Psychotherapist’s View on the Luggage of our Past

Welcome to this month’s Blog Spot where Psychotherapist Adrian Ward once again shares his enjoyment of film and television and gives a psychotherapists’ take on what is presented on screen.  Adrian has previously written on the Wim Wenders’ film “Wings … Continue reading

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What Brings People To Therapy?

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Welcome to this month’s blog spot.  Where integrative Psychotherapist Cat Buchan, discusses the fundamental question of what draws people to therapy. In the psychotherapy and counselling community, we often talk of the ‘issues’ which bring clients to us. Indeed, even … Continue reading

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Cult members are often seen as radicalised extremists, void of empathy and reason…

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Psychodynamic Psychotherapist Dianne Pole discusses the often taboo subject of cults and the people who become their members. Dianne has direct experience of working with cult leavers and has a specialist interest in the psychological impact of cult life. Dianne  … Continue reading

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