BLOG: Children and Young People

BLOG: Children and Young People – Building emotional resilience and psychological wellbeing School years are important for children and young people to develop social, emotional, knowledge and behaviours. These years are the most impressionable years in a young persons life. This period sets them up to determine how well they cope with their mental health and…

BLOG: Radical Acceptance

BLOG: Radical Acceptance – learning to understand things you can change and wisdom to know the things you cannot change As a psychotherapist, I work with clients who sometimes struggle with overwhelmingly negative emotions for many years. Helping them to understand why things can sometimes be consistently so hard for them, working through these feelings, helping…

BLOG: Emotional, psychological abuse – Effects it can have on your self-esteem

Unlike physical abuse, the emotional and psychological scars are not immediately visible. The constant demands of an abusive partner can wear women down. As a result of this, women can develop symptoms such as difficulty sleeping, eating, anxiety and self-harm. The impact of emotional and psychological abuse can be profound and long lasting. Women may…

BLOG: Domestic abuse

When one is an abusive relationship, we suffer many losses. We lose our sense of self, relationships change or are non-existent, freedom to speak and think independently, feeling safe and respect. We lose ourselves and start accepting what is being said to us, for example you are not smart enough, you are naïve, this is…