A Pandemic Of Grief

Have you noticed how the volume of your feelings has been turned up over the past few weeks?  We are living in a dystopian landscape none of us could have predicted.  Every single person I have spoken to has described some kind of internal struggle in response to the new (temporary, but we don’t know Continue reading »

Bereavement & Loss

Grieving after a death or other loss (e.g. divorce/separation, abortion, job, health, loss of safety such as after violence, relocation) is a natural and necessary process that most people experience and come out the other side of in a reasonably healthy way. However, sometimes people just don’t have support (or the right kind of support) Continue reading »

Childhood Abuse

Childhood abuse, whether it is physical, emotional or sexual (or a combination of these) can have long term effects on mental health and wellbeing. Many people who experience childhood abuse live successful lives. Sometimes though people feel the need for extra emotional support through counselling. When might someone who has survived childhood abuse seek counselling? Continue reading »