Counselling psychologist Veronica Freeman introduces a poetic view of Mindfulness-based therapy and an invitation to attend a training workshop on Mindfulness in practice
Just how easy or difficult is it really for therapists to maintain their clients' confidentiality. Without paying active mindfulness to the process, a therapist might find that they have unintentionally broken a client's secrecy. This article considers a number of scenarios which suggest that the practice of Active Confidentiality is not as easy as we might think.
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 [...]
If you’ve ever wondered whether some meditation might be just what you need after a hard day at work, college or looking after the kids, then a scientific study has provided evidence that you could be on to a very good idea indeed. The research study has shown that just a few sessions of meditative [...]
There's a reason why our emotions are also called our 'feelings': it's because they also evoke physical sensations in our bodies. Learning to tune in can help us stay well, emotionally and physically.