One afternoon over this last weekend, I sat outside The Flying Goose Café in the wonderful antiques centre in my village, with Aunty Ann; my other-half’s lovely
As a Counsellor and Psychotherapist, I often meet people who have low self-esteem, low self-worth or a negative self-concept. People who simply cannot see, or even believe
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Surviving the loss of a loved one, who took their own life through suicide, has a number of complexities that the natural death of a
This Spring has seen rather chilly weather here in England. That said, we had a gloriously sunny day for sharing some family time out and about,
Contrary to what one might expect, one of the most difficult aspects of completing a course of Counselling or Psychotherapy is, for some, the ending itself.