Posted by siteadmin on October 9, 2020
This post is particuarly to all of my clients (present, past and those of you on my waiting list) who have worked through this pandemic and maintained their commitment to themselves. It is also to anyone that these feelings touch.
Thank you for being you. You are amazing. You turned towards the pain when you could have tried to ignore it.
Your courage, determination to change your circumstances, commitment to moving forward in a healthier way of living and honesty in connecting with your emotions is inspiring and humbling.
As human beings there will always be times when we struggle emotionally - Read More
Posted by siteadmin on October 25, 2018
Walking can really help lighten your mood, release and stimulate chemicals within us to promote feelings of well being, exercises the body as well as the mind and can be a real focus for the day especially if you are struggling with symptoms of depression and/or anxiety, social anxieties and phobias to name just a few. This link offers a 10 minute walking meditation option which can help you make the most from the time you spend making time for yourself – so important x
Posted by siteadmin on April 13, 2018
Have just got back from a joggle (the name i give for somewhere in between a walk/trot/jog/run ) and saw this post and thought how fitting it was, physically and emotionally. Counselling is all about the little steps combined with at times giant steps that can occur alongside which enables clients to find their pace and create their stride. It’s hard when we want elements of our life to improve quickly and when we stop fighting that notion then the speed for healing increases. To everyone in counselling or thinking about it – little steps, there are counsellors like - Read More