What’s your take on using social media to promote your therapy business? Is the jury still out on the subject so far as you’re concerned? Let’s go back to basics. Marketing in any medium is simply a numbers game: the more people you meet, the better chance you have to tell them what skills you [...]
I have always loved horses, so I was really excited when I was given the chance of attending an Equine Assisted therapy course. Equine therapy is using the mindfulness of a horse to communicate with a person. Horses respond to energy and body language and are very much spiritual beings. The therapy is very popular [...]
DID YOU KNOW THAT SEPTEMBER 13TH IS POSITIVE THINKING DAY ?? Who can doubt the power of positive thought with the amazing Olympics that we have just had ? And the wave of pride patriotism and excitement it generated ? Even the most 'bah humbug' of us were touched by the stories of self sacrifice , determination and sheer courage played out day after day ...all that positivity just bursting out of our screens . Hard not be to affected wasn't it ?
I believe the therapeutic relationship lies at the heart of our work together. Within this confidential, non-judgemental space I aim to offer you the supportive environment needed to safely explore your feelings and help you to find useful insights which can lead to growth, healing and change. My work encourages self-exploration which can help you to find coping strategies and helpful resources.07933 326 157
The core of my work is based on the Humanistic Counselling model into which I integrate a variety of approaches that are appropriate to our work together. This could range from structured approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), through to creative expression using art, poetry or imagery. What is important is to find a [...]
MBACP (Accredited), UKRCP Reg.
Have you ever had counselling? What was the experience like for you? Was it helpful, scary, challenging, worthwhile? How much did it change your life – or not? We’re building a collection of articles on our website about all aspects of counselling and psychotherapy, and we’d really like to hear from people who have attended [...]
Hippocrates, the ancient Greek physician and the ‘father of modern medicine’, knew a thing or two about relieving pain. Massage was one of his principal means of soothing the sick. Pliny, the Roman naturalist, who suffered from asthma, was rubbed regularly, as was Julius Caesar, an epileptic, who also suffered from neuralgia and headaches. It [...]