• moving a lot as a child
    Can moving repeatedly in childhood lead to poor mental health?
    by Arteo
    Moving home can be exciting, but it can also have a negative impact on your child’s emotional development and mental health. Here’s how parents can help children navigate their emotions and adjust to their new home.
  • loneliness in children
    Why is my child lonely? 7 causes of loneliness in children, and what parents can do to help
    by Arteo
    Adults aren’t the only ones who can feel lonely. Children are lonelier than ever, and research shows that this can have a major impact on their quality of life and long-term development.
  • Positives for Choosing Telephone Counselling
    Meet Our Therapist - Part One
    by UK Therapy Guide
    Meet Vicky Day, one of our long standing therapists. Here is what she has to say about working with UK Therapy Guide and online counselling.
  • A young child with her hands over her eyes
    Child Counselling / Therapy
    by Gianluca
    How do I know my child needs counselling? Children use various methods to signal something is not right, and they differ a lot from adults. Acting out of character or showing signs of rebellion may be considered normal behaviour for a child. Still, such actions can also signal they are going through something they don’t want or don’t know how to talk about. This means it may be time to consider seeking a therapist to help you understand where this behaviour is coming from.
  • A crying female child
    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.
  • A lonely person in a crouched position separated from others by red walls
    Troubled teen? Try Family Therapy
    by UK Therapy Guide
    As parents of a teenager, the path forward is not always an easy one. At times you may find yourselves disagreeing about what discipline to put in place, what is at the root of any problems that manifest or even how to react. If siblings are involved, they may kick off, feeling left out because all of the attention is on the teen who is troubled and not on them. In these circumstances, family therapy can help all parties involved.
  • A worried and stressed looking older woman
    Therapy can be Mother’s little helper.
    by Caroline Gibbons
    Parenting and Motherhood is one of the most difficult jobs in the world. It is universally accepted that being a teenager is often painful and tough but what about the unacknowledged challenges of being a mother during those difficult years? Having to live with rejection, abuse, insults, and mocking- living in a constant state of aroused awareness and hyper-vigilance to ensure your beloved children are OK?