choosing a counsellor

How to choose counsellor: the 6 most important points to consider

Mar. 11, 2020 by

How to choose a counsellor: the 6 most important points to consider   To be human is to need others, and this is no flaw or weakness. – Dr Sue

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My counselling isn’t working

Feb. 20, 2020 by

You’ve made that giant courageous leap into counselling, ready for things in your life to change.  Ready for healing to take place, to move into a better mindset and work

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Are you a “good enough” mother?

Feb. 5, 2020 by

Yesterday, while waiting outside my youngest son’s classroom to pick him up from school after his second day of full-time schooling, I was speaking with another mum about our little

Postnatal anxiety – recognising it and shifting it

Oct. 22, 2019 by

It’s like a nervous energy running through your entire body.  The often relentless, unending worry and concern about everything, anything and nothing.  It doesn’t slow down, and often feels like

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Why it’s ok to not love pregnancy

Oct. 6, 2019 by

It’s something many women feel, but don’t talk about.  The feeling of not loving pregnancy… possibly even hating it. For many first-time mothers-to-be the idea of pregnancy brings with it

Do Dads get postnatal depression?

Sep. 24, 2019 by

Do Dads get postnatal depression? Yes.  Dads do experience postnatal depression.  In fact, dads also experience prenatal anxiety and/or depression (anxiety and depression during the period of pregnancy), and postnatal

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Counsellor vs psychologist… what is the difference?

Aug. 25, 2019 by

What is the difference between a counsellor and a psychologist? Counsellors and psychologists are both professionals who offer support to individuals facing difficulties, but knowing the difference between the two

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A tool to help with overwhelming emotions

Aug. 14, 2019 by

  “How are you feeling?” “I’m fine.”   Have you ever been asked “how are you feeling?”, and your instant answer is “I’m fine”, or “good”?  Mothers in particular are