Anticipatory Grief (22-11-17)

Grief can affect our lives in numerous ways. With no clear route to follow, our response to a loss is likely to be personal and unique to our individual nature. With anticipatory grief, feelings of grief develop before, rather...

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Self-esteem and Confidence (20-10-17)

Do you trust in your abilities? How highly do you regard your own worth? Is your relationship with yourself and others affected by low self-esteem or poor self-confidence? The concepts of self-esteem and self-confidence can sometimes be confused. As...

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Managing Time (22-09-17)

Are you prone to wasting time? Morgenstern (2016) suggests using the WADE formula as a potential option for managing our 'To-Do Lists'; W: write it down; A: add up the estimated time to complete each task; D: decide what...

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Self-awareness (27-08-17)

What is Self-awareness? Defined by the Oxford Dictionary, Self-awareness is the "conscious knowledge of one's own character, feelings, motives and desires". Having self-awareness is vital for us to be successful in many different areas of our lives; including our...

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Supporting Change (24-7-17)

In recognizing that we have become stuck with an issue or situation in life, it can be challenging to know how to create opportunities for change. Being able to broaden your existing ways of thinking and doing things with...

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Counselling Appointments (21-06-17)

A common question asked by clients is how many counselling sessions they will need. As each person is unique and will present with different concerns, issues and priorities, there is no pre-determined number of appointments that will suit everyone....

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Gratitude (23-05-17)

Acknowledging what is good in our lives whilst not disregarding challenges, rather working in conjunction with our challenges, is a strength that may improve your satisfaction with life. If you choose to look for something to be grateful for,...

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A Resilient Journey (24-04-17)

Throughout our lives, challenges and loss will most likely be an unavoidable part of our journey. Have you noticed how you tend to respond during trialing times? Maybe you are calm and realistic; or do you view yourself as a...

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Being Assertive (15-03-17)

There are many different ways, that people communicate, for example passively or aggressively or a combination of styles. Reviewing your use of verbal and non-verbal behaviour may provide insights about how you can better respect yourself and others in...

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Stress (16-02-17)

When someone feels stressed, their unique perspective or response to a situation could be helpful or harmful. According to The Oxford Dictionary, Stress is 'a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances'....

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