Processing negative emotions is essential. It stops us from ‘acting out’ – throwing our emotions onto others without understanding. We can become more free. We can ask for what we want without causing conflict.
Your friend, colleague or client says, for the thousandth time, that they are stuck. You feel a pang of impatience. What next?
We have great intentions, but untamed minds. The art of counselling is to work with honesty and subtlety to harness the mind, and re-engage with the world afresh.
When looking for counselling or therapy, it’s important to finding a therapeutic relationship that works for you. Here are four tips for getting the most out of your therapy.
It takes a lot to hear others speak their truth. But, in doing so, we are helping ourselves, as well as them, to find meaning in our lives.
A good counsellor is aware of, and reflects on, the time leading up to a session, and what might be going on for the client.