What Is Informed Consent?

What Is Informed Consent? Boundaries can be extremely important in every aspect of our lives – and therapy is no different. For any type of treatment or examination, you must first consent to the process, and you should feel comfortable and well informed on what you are really consenting to. This consent is an essential…

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Anxious-Avoidant Attachment: What Does This Mean?

Anxious-Avoidant Attachment: What Does This Mean? Anxious-avoidant attachment is one of four different variations of adult attachment. Those suffering from anxious-avoidant attachment have a yearning and need for close, meaningful relationships. However, they may find themselves unable to form these attachments due to distrusting others, causing a cycle of attachment issues and an overall fear…

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Can You Return To Therapy?

Can You Return To Therapy? Like any lifestyle change, therapy can present challenges that seem impossible to achieve and exhausting to tackle. Whilst this is all a mindset, you may find yourself wanting to take a break from therapy. Or perhaps some unexpected changes in your life are forcing you to put your mental health…

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