Are you content right now and does this last for you? What’s in your way?And that is a fundamental point: We do a lot of that ‘wishing’! Continue reading “Content With Discontent?” »
When people are considering engaging a therapist for mental health management issues, they often do so quite intuitively. At a conscious, intellectual level however – what might this look like?
In client collaborations around psychological distress, one cause is often attributable to the experience of bullying in the person’s earlier life. I have seen the effects from age 11 – to over 60.
I ask, is it inevitable that the residual, harmful effects of abusive events must define our present moment – and therefore our future?
I’m pleased to offer this latest guest infographic – on behalf of Nursing School Hub. Click on the image to enlarge and be taken to originators site Continue reading “Bipolar Disorder – Removing the Mystique (Infographic)” »
There are more than one hundred talking therapies available to help guide you through your emotional and mental health challenges, with so many, which one is right for you?
Author: Bob Brotchie
I welcome the opportunity to offer you this informational (guest) piece from our friends in the US. Despite a few cultural differences there are many points referred to that are equally relevant the world over. Continue reading “The Many Facets of Drug Rehabilitation (Guest blog)” »