They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but often lines from a book or a song can be just as meaningful and stay in your memory just as long.
It’s tempting to think of the counselling room as being a refuge from the turmoil of the outside world and sometimes it is. But big events ‘out there’ can also demand our attention in therapy.
The climate crisis is upon us and we need to act. Nature is such a nourishing force for emotional wellbeing; what can we do to heal the world?
We’ve known for a long time that being out in nature has proven benefits for mental and physical health. But what if it’s not that easy to enjoy the great outdoors?
When we get bogged down in life, it can be hard to see a clear path forward. The answer is to relearn the art of curiosity – about life and how you’re living yours.
There’s a useful psychological concept called locus of control that helps us understand how powerful we believe we are in shaping our own lives.
It’s not unusual to feel overwhelmed or stressed by current events. And there’s a simple way to start regaining a sense of control and perspective.
Why online counselling by video or phone could be a good fit for you, particularly if you want to do your bit for the environment.
With winter and a second surge of covid on the way, here are my top 5 tips for boosting your emotional wellbeing.
The endless newsfeed can be very detrimental to our mental health. Do you have the newsfeed blues?