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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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Dream work and Gestalt Therapy

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Welcome to this month’s Blog spot where UKCP Registered Psychotherapist Karen-Marie McPherson discusses the curious topic of clinical Dream Work and how a Gestalt approach to working with dreams in therapy may differ from other types dream analysis. Welcome to … Continue reading

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Shoulds, Musts and Oughts’ In Therapy

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Welcome to this month’s blogspot, where Person-Centred Counsellor Jayne Yeates discusses the pressures of the festive season and why so many of us feel stressed at this time of year. Jayne describes how Christmas can feel like a list of … 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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DON’T LOOK BACK IN ANGER

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In this month’s featured therapist post Psychodynamic Counsellor Andy Lincoln shares a personal account of  life transitions, and discusses growing old with emotional integrity. In the latter days of my career working with the Youth Service, before I retired, my office … Continue reading

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Fit for Work Service

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Jude Read details new government initiative    What is it? Following a study of long term absence and how long it takes to get employees back to work and the cost involved, the Government have introduced the ‘Fit for Work’ service which … Continue reading

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Feb 5th 2015 is TIME 2 TALK Day and We are Getting Involved!!

5 minutes, just 5 minutes! That’s all the Time 2 Talk campaign is asking you to offer in order to break the stigma of mental health, and we at RHCP Ltd are getting involved by offering a FREE ask a … Continue reading

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Why Anger is Not all Bad

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Jenny Collard on Why Anger is Not all Bad     “Any one can get angry – that is easy…but to do this to the right person, to the right extent, at the right time, with the right motive, and … Continue reading

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Can A Blood Test Really Detect A Suicide Risk?

  A new study has suggested that clues as to whether a person may or may not be a suicide risk may lay in a simple blood test.  The results of the study partially funded by the US National Institute … Continue reading

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Why Does Sunshine Make Us Feel So Good?

With the UK currently subject to the longest and hottest summer in years, we ask why is it a sunny day feels just so good? A study has shown that mice exposed to a daily dose of UV rays experienced … Continue reading

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