I provide CBT for many clients, mostly in-person, but also online. I am not, however, a one-trick-pony! CBT simply isn’t for everyone for a number of reasons. And if it is for you, how will you know? Continue reading “Is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) For Me?” »
Are you full and complete?
Do you feel ‘alive’ and so grateful to be so?
Are you where you want to be?
And if not… could you, as with any self-limiting beliefs… let it go? Continue reading “What’s Holding You Back?” »
What we think about trust isn’t the sole domain of what we believe about those around – and outside of us. If we lack trust in what we experience AND and in ourselves, the impact on our emotions and behaviours, based on those cognitions can be significant. Continue reading “The Dichotomy of Trust” »
How would you like to look, and feel, ten years younger for Christmas? Yeah, that is probably unlikely, but what about starting now – for next year?
This post is a wonderful guest piece that explores candidly the journey of just one remarkable individual who demonstrates in a truly inspiration way how it is possible to channel and self-manage serious and other depressive illness – into positivity via the medium of artistic creativity.
Since qualifying from Writtle College with a BSc in Landscape and Garden Design, Ian Price has won a number of awards for his gardens including the ALCI (Association of Landscape Contractors of Ireland) Bog Oak Trophy. Ian has also received accolades for his Show Gardens in 2004, 2005 and 2011. Further details at the foot of the page. Continue reading “Despair to Creativity – and Beyond!” »
Jealous? Jealousy is one of the most insidious of emotions. I’m sure no one has ever enjoyed feeling this way – or being on the receiving end! So where does it come from, why do we feel it, and what can we do about it? Continue reading “Jealous” »
What do you expect out of others, yourself, and life? Many personal frustrations demonstrated by clients are with people not meeting ‘their’ expectations. This may be unrecognised initially but when the question is considered, it can provide for that eureka moment.
We’ve all experienced selfish behaviour. Maybe we can even admit we have been selfish too. But is this always such a bad thing?
Meditating… requires no religious affiliation; meditation practise will bring you positive life altering changes.
“I’m unsure I could find a teacher, place, or the people to meditate with and even if I could, I feel too embarrassed.”
Do you, or have you given up on that which you seek and desire at the first hurdle you encounter?