What Happens When Therapy Ends?

What Happens When Therapy Ends?

What Happens When Therapy Ends?   Although many of us are happy to think about new beginnings and the excitement that comes with the start of something different, we rarely think of endings in this same positive light. Even something seemingly trivial such as the ending of a favourite TV programme or sports event can…

How to Admit to Cutting Yourself

How to Admit to Cutting Yourself

How to Admit to Cutting Yourself   The UK has one of the highest self-harm rates in the whole of Europe with an estimated 400 in every 100,000 people regularly hurting themselves. Self-harming is when somebody intentionally injures themselves, usually as a way to cope with or to express, overwhelming emotional distress. People tend to…

How to be more open in Therapy

How to be more open in Therapy

How to be more open in Therapy   Through person-centred therapy, I have helped individuals from all sorts of backgrounds and with a diverse range of issues to open up in therapy and talk through their concerns. Life can be challenging and feel incredibly tough at times. No matter who we are, difficulties at work,…

How to Beat the Winter Blues

How to Beat the Winter Blues

How to Beat the Winter Blues   You’ve probably heard of the phrase ‘the winter blues’ before. Many people can find themselves more likely to face depression or anxiety symptoms over the winter period and blame it on factors like the extra financial strain that Christmas brings, or simply the dark, cold mornings and wet…