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LGBTQI specific counselling
First and foremost, LGBTQI specific counselling, is not about intentionally or unintentionally creating a ‘difference’ among people. It is, however, about recognising the inherent differences and experiences that are already there, and working in a way that honours these AND the full person of the client. There are many aspects to working in a therapeutic counselling relationship with LGBTQI people (or with... Read more
Written by: Macfarlanetherapy 21 August 2017
Hypnosis – To Enhance Many Aspects of Your Life
A common misconception about Hypnosis is that you “lose control” in some way and surrender your power to the therapist. This may arise from places where hypnosis has been used for entertainment, such as stage hypnosis, and other experiences that have not fully been explained or understood. The reality is that losing control in hypnosis is a long way from the truth of what actually happens. For hypnosis is a... Read more
Written by: Solutions for the Soul 19 August 2017
Moving On After a Relationship Break-UP
There are no set rules when it comes to the best way in dealing with a relationship break up because most of the actions you need to take will need to be customised to your own unique situation. That’s why at The hypnotherapy and NLP Clinic in Hertfordshire, we always perform a consultation (fact finding) session first to find out more about how you are thinking and feeling presently and where you’d like to... Read more
Written by: HNC Clinic 3 August 2017
Defusing Anger in Relationships
Anger happens when, in some perceived way, we get a sense of a violation. A boundary that is crossed or a misalignment between someone else values compared to our own. Sometimes these violations may be known to us – we may be aware of what angered us. At other times, the cause of the angry response may be outside of our conscious awareness. This is usually because the value that has been violated is a much... Read more
Written by: HNC Clinic 25 July 2017
Dealing with Anxiety in the Workplace
Anxiety is one of the biggest mental health and well being challenges face by adults. In a survey covering Great Britain, 1 in 6 adults had experienced some form of ‘neurotic health problem’ in the previous week. The most common neurotic disorders were anxiety and depressive disorders. Since the majority of us spend the vast majority of our awakened adult life at work. It makes sense that anxiety will, if not... Read more
Written by: HNC Clinic 25 July 2017
How to Maintain Connections as a Absent Parent
The key thing in this article is that despite being an absent parent, you are one who wants to develop or maintain a connection to your children. Having the will to make it work in spite of the challenges this presents is the key. How specifically you will connect is entirely down to your own circumstances. With facilities like Skype and FaceTime, if they are accessible to you both then they are of course a very... Read more
Written by: People Building 25 July 2017
A Perfect Storm – Children’s Mental Health
Developing the emotional intelligence of our children should be a key component in our education system. Unfortunately, with the myriad of changes imposed on education, the opposite is happening. If something is not done soon, we are on course to academically deskill our children, whilst further damaging their mental health. A perfect storm. In the March 2017 report into children's mental health Rt Hon. David Laws... Read more
Written by: Blue Therapy Clinic 19 July 2017
When feelings become frozen
Sometimes our emotions can become frozen. This can happen when we’ve experienced something traumatic in our childhood and is an effective coping strategy that protects us from overwhelming feelings. This coping mechanism helped us survive those difficult times without being consumed by sadness, anger and fear . But for many people not being able to express emotion becomes problematic in adult life. Sometimes it... Read more
Written by: Ranmoor Therapy 19 July 2017
The Right Time
My 15 year old son asked me recently: “Why don’t we learn more about real life at school?” What an insightful question. In the midst, of his exams, he was wondering why he was having to learn some of these seemingly irrelevant things, yet at the same time feeling there were important life lessons that weren’t even considered for the school curriculum. Did you get taught to reach out to others at... Read more
Written by: Pure Potential Scotland 18 July 2017
Self Care defines self care as any activity that you do voluntarily which helps you maintain your physical, mental or emotional health. If you are stressed, finding it difficult to organise your time or feeling generally overwhelmed by all you need to do, maybe your system is crying out for a little time out. It may be you've not been caring for yourself, whilst juggling the many different roles you hold. You... Read more
Written by: SoMCounsPsych 16 July 2017
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