Archive by Category Individual therapy

Working abroad

Working abroad: Expatriate challenges

Executives posted to foreign countries find their work-life balance is very different from working in their home country. [...]

What Your Anger May Be Hiding

What Your Anger May Be Hiding

Dr Leon F Seltzer explores anger and what he feels gives rise to it.[...]

Exploring masculinity: maleness in therapy

Exploring masculinity

Self Awareness Coach talks about why men are allowed to have problems too. When I tell people that I’m a[...]

counselling for depression

Bereavement: Kübler-Ross’s Five Stages of Loss and Grief

Abstract: A reflective piece on the five stages of normal grief first proposed by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in 1969 in “On Death[...]

female midlife crisis

What a Female mid-life crisis looks like

What a Female midlife crisis looks like A female midlife crisis is different to that  experienced by men. Forty years ago, a[...]

independent schools anorexia bulimia

Anorexia epidemic in UK independent schools

Anorexia:  Forget the ’cause’ of eating disorders – we must promote good mental health In addressing eating disorders such as[...]

stress bupa

10 tips for managing stress – from BUPA

Managing stress Being aware of the symptoms will go a long way towards nipping stress in the bud. Read on[...]

sussex living counselling editorial 2014

Sussex Life magazine – editorial

Family Wellbeing It is apparent to me that financial success and security do not guarantee an easy life for us,[...]

independent schools, drugs alcohol & bullying

People choose independent schools out of fear

Choosing independent schools Charlie Higson who played Ralph in the Fast Show, reflects on the motives for choosing independent schools,[...]

Stress at work

Work-related stress: Top tips

Work-related stress can exhibit how our bodies still act in primitive ways, despite the modern world we live in, coping with[...]