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The cost of therapy.

Money can often be a barrier for people when it comes to therapy. In this current economic climate therapy can sometimes be seen as an expensive luxury.  The question I guess, is ‘can you put a price on your emotional… Read More »The cost of therapy.

Breaks.

Breaks in therapy can be very difficult for clients to manage.  The consistency of therapy (eg// regular weekly appointments on the same day / same time each week) are what is known as the ‘therapeutic frame’.  This frame provides regularity… Read More »Breaks.

Trust.

Trust is the ability to rely on someone and to feel confident in them.  This means understanding and knowing that they will be there for you, and that you can depend on them to take care of you, and your… Read More »Trust.

Chronic Pain.

‘You look so good – how can you be in pain?’.  Chronic pain is not something that can be seen externally , and it is not something that people are visibly able to recognise.  The impact however, on someone’s life,… Read More »Chronic Pain.

Moderation……

Moderation is a word that a lot of people don’t really appreciate or understand.  People often find that they are taking things to extremes.  Normally these extremes can be related to addictive behaviors.  An ‘all or nothing’ attitude is developed… Read More »Moderation……

Improving relationships

One of the biggest reasons that people come for counselling, is because something has gone wrong in their relationship.  Often couples find that they are no longer communicating, that they have very little patience with one another or that they… Read More »Improving relationships

Why counselling?

Please note we are now back in our therapy rooms and offering face to face appointments again. We have all of our Covid19 safety procedures in place. We will of course continue to offer on line appointments for anyone that… Read More »Why counselling?