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  • Find Me a Therapist
    Find Me a Therapist
    by Floss Knight
    For therapy to be successful, it is essential that you find a counsellor you can openly communicate with and makes you feel safe. This is why finding the right therapist is paramount. The right therapist should be professional, experienced in treating the type of issues you are facing, welcoming and ready to listen to you. When the counsellor makes you feel safe, it will be much easier for you to relax and open up about whatever issue you might be dealing with.
  • Online counselling
    Online counselling
    by Floss Knight
    One of the main reasons people in need of counselling postpone beginning therapy is because they can’t find the time to actually go to a counsellor’s office. Fortunately, technology is now helping us bring therapy closer to those in need. Online counselling can prove to be a valuable solution for those who can’t find the time or means to go to a brick-and-mortar counselling office.
  • Minds Matter - Coping with Covid19
    Minds Matter - Coping with Covid19
    by Floss Knight
    Minds Matter. Helping people coping with Covid19. Daily tips to help people manage whilst in lockdown.
  • Minds Matter - Covid19
    Minds Matter - Covid19
    by Floss Knight
    Minds Matter! Covid19 MINDS MATTER! Small actions will help you to calm your mind and stay healthy in these difficult times. Don't be alone pick up the phone! Don't keep it in your head share it! If you know someone this might help pass it on #Mindsmatter #mentalhealthtips #Copingwithcovid19 #UKTherapyguideTips "
  • What To Expect From Couples Counselling
    What To Expect From Couples Counselling
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    During couples counselling, you and your partner will meet with a specialist to talk through and explore the problems you’re both facing. The therapist will help you both to open up, highlighting the strengths in your relationship alongside what might be causing you distress.
  • What To Expect From Family Therapy
    What To Expect From Family Therapy
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Family therapy (otherwise known as Family and Systemic Psychotherapy) enables family members, couples and others who care about each other to explore difficult thoughts and emotions in a safe environment. Its main aim is to allow you to better understand each other’s experiences and make useful and meaningful changes to your relationships.
  • How Do I Know If My Child Needs Therapy?
    How Do I Know If My Child Needs Therapy?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    We often think of childhood as a time of carefree play and enjoyment. Whilst this is true for the most part, many children are also vulnerable to the same emotional and mental health issues that adults face.
  • Online Skype Counselling - Everything You Need To Know
    Online Skype Counselling - Everything You Need To Know
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    “Skype” is a piece of free computer software that permits people to chat in real-time, face-to face through their computer screens. Online therapy or “skype counselling” is the exact same process as traditional counselling with the only difference being the interaction between you and your therapist taking place via video
  • How To Find A Therapist Who Is Right For You
    How To Find A Therapist Who Is Right For You
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Making the decision to find help can be an extremely difficult one at the best of times. When making such a hard decision it is important that you choose to partner with a therapist who truly understands you and offers you the right type of therapy to alleviate your problems.
  • Psychodynamic Therapy - Everything You Need To Know
    Psychodynamic Therapy - Everything You Need To Know
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Psychodynamic therapy (sometimes known as psychoanalytic or psychodynamic psychotherapy) is a therapeutic process which helps people become more aware of their inner world and the influence this has over their relationships. This type of therapy uses this process as a means of helping patients to understand and resolve their emotional and mental problems.
  • What Is The Difference Between A Psychologist And A Therapist?
    What Is The Difference Between A Psychologist And A Therapist?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Seeking professional mental health help can often feel daunting and unnerving. You may feel stressed knowing who to turn to and what each mental health professional can provide. Is your best bet a psychiatrist? a psychologist? or a therapist? It is important to not let this put you off as professional help is highly likely to have a positive effect on your life. Knowing where to turn when consulting with a therapist or licensed professional is crucial for being able to access the help that you
  • Dealing With Stress and Depression At Christmas Time
    Dealing With Stress and Depression At Christmas Time
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Despite being known as “the most wonderful time of the year” Christmas can often be a time filled with loneliness, sadness and negativity for many. It can be especially stressful if you live with a mental health disorder.
  • How Does Marriage Counselling Work?
    How Does Marriage Counselling Work?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Marriage counselling, sometimes known as couples therapy, helps couples (whether married or not) to understand and resolve their conflicts and improve their relationship with each other. Marriage counselling provides couples with tools to help them to better communicate, solve problems and negotiate difficulties in a more constructive and healthy way.
  • What Does A Child Psychologist Do?
    What Does A Child Psychologist Do?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Child psychology focuses on the mind and behaviour of children from prenatal development right the way through to adolescence. This particular branch of psychology deals not only with how children develop physically but also how they grow mentally, emotionally and socially as well.
  • Is CBT The Right Therapy For Me?
    Is CBT The Right Therapy For Me?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Cognitive behavioural therapy (or CBT) is a talking based psychotherapy which focuses on how thoughts, beliefs and attitude affect feelings and behaviour. Based on the theory that how we think directly affects the way we feel and behave, CBT uses a combination of cognitive (examining thoughts) and behaviour (examining things we do) therapies to help people overcome and manage their problems.
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