I want to write about shame this month because it’s an emotion which is on my radar at the moment both personally and often comes into my counselling… Read More »Ipswich Counselling Blog | How to deal with shame
A close family member of mine sadly died in 2009. This week I would have been celebrating their 40th birthday. Over the last couple of days… Read More »Ipswich Counselling Blog | Grief and Ritual: The Intention of Connection
I Believe You – The Importance of the Counselling Relationship in Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse
Childhood sexual abuse is rarely out of the news these days. In the last month the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse looking into what… Read More »I Believe You – The Importance of the Counselling Relationship in Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse
I took part in an online conference on psychotherapy and global transformation a couple of days ago and I wanted to share with you some reflections… Read More »Politics and change or politics of change?
I thought I’d write about anger this month because I’ve just finished reading a really interesting book on these often misunderstood emotions. How many of… Read More »A compassionate approach to understanding anger and rage
Last week I posted a quote on my Facebook business page https://www.facebook.com/thebridgecounsellingservice by Carl Rogers, an American Psychologist responsible for developing the Person-Centred Approach to… Read More »Listening and empathy – The importance of feeling heard