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Grief and Depression

This Sculpture really conveys to me the pain of not only grief but also depression. The heaviness and crippling paralysis ...
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Alcohol & Anxiety

The effects of alcohol on anxiety. In this following post, I explore the way that alcohol and anxiety interact when ...
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Cannabis and Anxiety

Cannabis (also known as marijuana, weed, pot, dope or grass) is the most widely used illegal drug in the UK ...
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Seasonal Affective Disorder – SAD

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern. It is sometimes ...
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Morning Depression

Morning depression is also known as ‘diurnal variation of depressive symptoms’ or ‘diurnal mood variation’. Symptoms of morning depression People ...
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Students and Mental Health!

It’s often described as the best time of one's life, but for many students the reality is very different. Mental ...
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Self Esteem

In today’s world we may feel pressurised to achieve our best; to look a certain way; to own certain material ...
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Bristol Central Counselling is Expanding!

I am very pleased to announce that I am increasing the availability of counselling sessions due to increased demand. I ...
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New Year’s Resolutions

A New Year = A New You? We are now a week into 2017 and how many of us made ...
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Relationships – Part Three!

Sex and Relationships Sex and intimacy are very important in most relationships but all couples go through phases where they ...
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Relationship – Part Two!

Conflict Resolution in Healthy Relationships There is conflict in all relationships – verbal disagreements and arguments. People disagree and that ...
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Relationships – Part One!

I recently attended a BACP Private Practice conference entitled "Relationships - Why Do We Bother?" I listened to two keynote ...
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Relapse Prevention

I facilitate a weekly Alcohol Awareness Programme and the final session is based on relapse prevention. The first question I ...
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Retreats – a break from life!

Last year I went on a Mindfulness Retreat at Sharpham House in Devon. That was the first time I had ...
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Singing as Therapy!

Last weekend I went to a concert featuring a choir of approximately 250 singers.  At the start of the concert ...
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Children Who Experience Early Childhood Trauma Do Not ‘Just Get Over It’

Children Who Experience Early Childhood Trauma Do Not ‘Just Get Over It’ ...
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One Day at a Time!

The world today places many pressures on all of us to succeed and to be the best we can.  Sometimes ...
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Grief and Depression

This Sculpture really conveys to me the pain of not only grief but also depression. The heaviness and crippling paralysis ...
Read More

Alcohol & Anxiety

The effects of alcohol on anxiety. In this following post, I explore the way that alcohol and anxiety interact when ...
Read More

Cannabis and Anxiety

Cannabis (also known as marijuana, weed, pot, dope or grass) is the most widely used illegal drug in the UK ...
Read More

Seasonal Affective Disorder – SAD

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that comes and goes in a seasonal pattern. It is sometimes ...
Read More

Morning Depression

Morning depression is also known as ‘diurnal variation of depressive symptoms’ or ‘diurnal mood variation’. Symptoms of morning depression People ...
Read More

Students and Mental Health!

It’s often described as the best time of one's life, but for many students the reality is very different. Mental ...
Read More

Self Esteem

In today’s world we may feel pressurised to achieve our best; to look a certain way; to own certain material ...
Read More

Bristol Central Counselling is Expanding!

I am very pleased to announce that I am increasing the availability of counselling sessions due to increased demand. I ...
Read More

New Year’s Resolutions

A New Year = A New You? We are now a week into 2017 and how many of us made ...
Read More

Relationships – Part Three!

Sex and Relationships Sex and intimacy are very important in most relationships but all couples go through phases where they ...
Read More

Relationship – Part Two!

Conflict Resolution in Healthy Relationships There is conflict in all relationships – verbal disagreements and arguments. People disagree and that ...
Read More

Relationships – Part One!

I recently attended a BACP Private Practice conference entitled "Relationships - Why Do We Bother?" I listened to two keynote ...
Read More

Relapse Prevention

I facilitate a weekly Alcohol Awareness Programme and the final session is based on relapse prevention. The first question I ...
Read More

Retreats – a break from life!

Last year I went on a Mindfulness Retreat at Sharpham House in Devon. That was the first time I had ...
Read More

Singing as Therapy!

Last weekend I went to a concert featuring a choir of approximately 250 singers.  At the start of the concert ...
Read More

Children Who Experience Early Childhood Trauma Do Not ‘Just Get Over It’

Children Who Experience Early Childhood Trauma Do Not ‘Just Get Over It’ ...
Read More

One Day at a Time!

The world today places many pressures on all of us to succeed and to be the best we can.  Sometimes ...
Read More
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