10 Year Landmark!

In 2008, alongside my employed roles, I set up my own practice. This year, I celebrate running my practice for 10 years! I’ve been completely self-employed since 2011. This year, 2018, my practice continues to develop, with the addition of ‘Writing Services’. The ‘Writing Services’ will gradually be grown into the larger aspect of my […]

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Writing the Future

“Everything you can imagine, is real.” – Pablo Picasso. I received some lovely feedback from the tutor of my creative writing course, today.  My latest assignment was to write a play for radio.  I was particularly looking forward to this course module, for one of my writing ambitions is to write plays for the radio; […]

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Opportunity from Adversity

Over summer, I have had a lot to think about.  Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease has triggered me into re-evaluating my career path.  I started training in Counselling and Psychotherapy way back in 2002 and this career has far exceeded my hopes and aspirations, in so many ways; something I try to pass on to those Counsellors and Psychotherapists who […]

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When Reality Hits

I attended my first post-diagnosis review at Ipswich Hospital, yesterday, with my Neurologist.  Arriving at hospital was for me, as I am sure it is for most people, a trigger for a reasonable amount of stress and anxiety.  Entering the hustle and bustle of this busy building was a stark contrast to the peace and tranquility of […]

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My Whole World in My Hands

I’m getting used to it now; this new label that is Parkinson’s Disease.  The daily interruption of my alarm sounding, every four hours, to alert me to take another dose of medication.  My alarm does not discriminate.  Wherever I am, whatever I am doing, I must stop and take my medication.  If I do not, […]

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Kangaroo Hops

The idea of it, filled me with excitement.  “Yes, I’m serious, mate” he added.  “I can Supervise trainees and so this is no different.  I guess I should run it by my Boss, but I know you’ll do just fine.  I trust you and I know you’ll be okay”.  I wondered whether this meant he might […]

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