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?” »
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” »
Our imaginations change as we move through our lives… as a child, we were able to experience positive imaginations, fantasising about who we were, what we could do… the possibilities appeared endless. We know we also had less helpful, though ‘normal’ thoughts leaving us frightened! Continue reading “Imagine” »
We all recognise fear and I’m sure we can all describe the thoughts and emotions associated with fear. Continue reading “I Fear Not!” »
‘Need’? Well, not exactly necessary for some. Nice to have perhaps? A requirement for others? For sure!
For those who are unsure, the benefits can be found without waiting to be emotionally or mentally overwhelmed. Yet most do exactly that!
You can benefit from counselling guidance and coaching regardless of your emotional stability at any given time. To be listened to, in a private and confidential setting, by someone who is impartial, yet skilled as a professional listener (it’s harder than you think to really listen!) and who will leave judgements outside of your session opens up all kinds of possibilities to unpack and discover a journey into the real you and, if something in your life can be improved upon, to provide a strategy for this.
Do you, or have you given up on that which you seek and desire at the first hurdle you encounter?