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3 IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN CHOOSING A THERAPIST! Q1. What do we need to look for in a therapist? Q2. What mistakes can be made during therapy? Q3. What myths are there about therapy? For clarity, I’ll use the term therapist to cover counsellor as the...read more
Expats Mental Wellbeing & Online Counselling! Expats research studies have found that expatriates are more susceptible to mental health issues in the absence of their family and friends. An expat life can create a deep sense of loss. They can go through...read more
Video gaming is now classified as a medical disorder! In the wake of a new directive by the World Health Organisation (WHO), video gaming is now classified as a medical disorder. Following its inclusion on the WHO’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11),...read more
Mental Health at Work: Free Gateway Initiative! This article was written by Emma Munbodh on 11th September 2018 for The Mirror Newspaper Almost half of UK workers have experienced a mental health problem at their current job, a study by the charity Mind has...read more
What’s worked before for traditional Talking Therapies is no longer an option. It’s time for visionary creators, change makers, maverick entrepreneurs and impactful leaders to rewrite the rules of Talking Therapies for the 21st century. For clients to get help and...read more
What is hypersexuality, Porn or Sexual Addiction? Taken from an article written by Christian Nordqvist (Full article below) Sexual addiction is a condition in which an individual cannot manage their sexual behavior.Persistent sexual thoughts affect their ability...read more
‘Burn Out’ - When life gets in the way My own personal experience of ‘burn out’ led me to deeply reflect on self-care and I’d like to share it with you. We all know how hard it can be to focus on ourselves when work, family, commitments and responsibilities demand...read more
Being an Expat is not always a bed of roses.... An expat life can create a deep sense of loss. Expats can go through emotional situations and difficulties that only expats go through. You might think looking in from the outside, that Expat life is idyllic, the...read more
5 Practices that Helped Me Stop Being a People Pleaser. Author: Sara Fabian. Looking back on my life, I came to realize that I spent quite a high amount of my precious time trying. Trying to be perfect. Trying to be appreciated and liked by everyone else around me....read more
We all have a bit of narcissism in us but some have much more than others. Working with a narcissist can be extremely rewarding and inspiring because of their nearly superhuman skills for getting things done -- when they want it and how they want it. According to...read more
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