Posts related to Psychotherapy

17 03, 2015

Nine ways to combat stress overwhelm

March 17th, 2015|CBT, Counselling, EMDR, Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy|0 Comments

Stress can affect an individual in a number ways, both physically and mentally. As humans, the way in which it manifests itself will be different from person to person. Tackling [...]

17 03, 2015

How does culture play a part in business success?

March 17th, 2015|Counselling, Psychotherapy, Uncategorised, Workplace Counseling|0 Comments

If we think of some of the super successful organisations that exist (Apple? Virgin? John Lewis?), they all have many things in common that are allowing them, and giving them [...]

10 12, 2014

Opening up to Psychotherapy

December 10th, 2014|Psychotherapy|0 Comments

A newspaper article that struck a chord with me recently was The Guardian’s It’s good to talk: China opens up to psychotherapy.  Whilst I was reading the article I realised [...]

9 06, 2014


June 9th, 2014|Psychotherapy|0 Comments

It is interesting to see the scenes in two popular TV drama series recently where flashbacks have been acted out. The first has been in Channel 4’s The Good Wife where a [...]

7 06, 2013

What is the definition of trauma?

June 7th, 2013|Psychotherapy|0 Comments

A trauma can be physical, medical or emotional – and its effects can be physical, medical or emotional.  An accident, surgery, abuse, violence, witnessing a traumatic event, bereavement, experiencing injustice [...]

10 01, 2012

Why do people shoplift?

January 10th, 2012|Psychotherapy|0 Comments

Celebrity chef Anthony Worrall Thompson's arrest, then caution, about shoplifting from his local Tesco has already increased levels of awareness about the complex reasons why people steal. In his statement, [...]

31 03, 2011

Eating disorders: What the statistics tell us

March 31st, 2011|Psychotherapy|0 Comments

It's not hard to find statistics on the Internet about eating disorders - but it is hard to find statistics that mean something to anyone who might be in the [...]

14 12, 2010

Building pride and commitment at work: taking lessons from sport

December 14th, 2010|Psychotherapy, Workplace Counseling|0 Comments

With England riding high in The Ashes, a collective sense of pride seems to be sweeping through the nation. Even people whose knowledge of cricket extends no further than knowing [...]

17 09, 2010

Tamara Drewe – Life, richly observed

September 17th, 2010|Psychotherapy|0 Comments

It's the hottest ticket in town, this film with critics finding no fault and with film-goers emerging with smiles on their faces, two hours well-spent and at relatively low cost. [...]

15 09, 2010

Pain – is it ever all in the mind?

September 15th, 2010|Psychotherapy|0 Comments

Two blogs ago I looked at the issue of medically unexplained symptoms. Linked to this is the issue of pain. Pain can, of course, be caused by structural damage (such [...]