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The Ghost of Christmas Past: How Experience Informs Our View of the Festive Season

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  Welcome to this special Christmas edition of our featured therapist BlogSpot where Trainee Psychotherapist, Bruce Edhouse discusses how the Christmas’s we’ve had inform how we think and feel about our Christmas’s to come. Ah, Christmas – it’s the most … 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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Coming to the End of Therapy. I’ve Got Your Back…..

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Welcome to this months Blog Spot where Person Centred Counsellor Jayne Yeates discusses the important therapeutic topic of ‘Endings’.  Often spoken of as a significant part of the therapy, Jayne uses her experience as a counsellor and as a lecturer … 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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Mindfulness, The Key to Well-being: Are You Mindful or Mind-full ?   

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Welcome to this edition of our featured therapist Blog where Person-Centred Counsellor Debbie Holder discusses her integration of Mindfulness into her therapeutic tool box. Debbie shares how she not only works with Mindfulness for the benefit of others, but how … Continue reading

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Negative Thoughts in the Creative Mind

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Welcome to this edition of our featured therapist Blog, where Psychodynamic Psychotherapist Dianne Pole explores the creative importance of negative thinking in an era of positive psychology.  While we are driven by recommendations around us to ‘think positively’, do we … Continue reading

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As Therapists, Are We Allowed to be Cared for by Our Clients?

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Welcome to this edition of the featured therapist Blog Spot, where Integrative Psychotherapist Cat Buchan discusses how being a Relational Practitioner means she is a part of the very therapy she provides, and how inextricable therapists are from their treatment … Continue reading

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It’s OK for Me to Still Be Me? A Therapist’s View on Being a Working Mother

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Welcome to this BlogSpot where Psychotherapist Emily Reeve shares her experience of becoming a mother and subsequently returning to work.  Emily speaks openly about ‘Mummy Guilt’, and how she has come to manage her parenting worries with acceptance and love. … 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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