Stepping forward rather than stuck in the past. Online Psychotherapist & Counsellor

How to handle health appointments. Some people have the confidence to attend either doctor or hospital appointments without very much concern. Other people may be concerned down to the news or results that may be discussed. At times some may Read more…


As a UKCP Muslim practitioner and UKCP trustee candidate, I felt it was important to attend the first conference of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Voices founded by Helen George. Her work along with colleague brought speakers together on a Read more…


Five ideas to help young adults with uncertainty. It can seem that young people are full of confidence as they say they will handle their own life or are busy chatting on their phones; that’s not always the case. Many Read more…


September 9th is known as National Teddy Bear Day. Teddy Bears have become a normal part of childhood and was part of mine as well. During a business trip my dad had bought me a teddy bear which has travelled Read more…


The International Day of Charity On September 5th this day occurs each year and is said to by chosen as it was the day Mother Theresa died, as she was known for her work with people that was where charity Read more…


For some people the time between counselling or psychotherapy sessions can be stressful. Having a counsellor who understands your truth can be beneficial however it maybe an entire week before you feel understood again or even talking to another human Read more…


Uncertainty in life can happen to anyone which can be stressful to deal with as it can pull in fear. The fear can come from our own past experiences or from what we hear from friends or even the television. Read more…


Recently a Chinese teenager spoke on media about the stressful life she had which then fuelled 33 million other young people to hashtag #17YearOldsReallyHaveAStressfulLife on the Chinese version of Twitter called Sian Weibo. In recent years mental health problems among Read more…


Chronic illness can effect anyone and also those who are living with the person. Over 15 million people are noted to have a chronic condition in England,  yet having a condition can feel quite isolating which maybe some of the Read more…


It can be confusing why the fear is still there long after the scary event has passed. The fear centre is located in the amygdala inside your brain and it will alert the body when danger is present which may Read more…

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