Monthly Archives: January 2016

Painful place called Bereavement

painful place called bereavementAll faced with bereavement

Sometime in our lives we are all faced with bereavement. If we think about it we either think bereavement will never happen to us or we’ll cope when or if it happens. When we lose a loved one the bereavement throws us into a world of grief. It’s a place that is confusing and painful bringing us unhappiness. Many of my clients do not understand the grief they are experiencing Continue reading

Counselling Outdoors

counselling outdoorsOther counsellors often ask about the walk talk therapy (counselling outdoors) that I offer here in Sheffield. They are intrigued to how it works and to why I came to be offering counselling outdoors as part of my business.

Walking my way through stress

I first found the benefit of walking and reflection for myself over 15 years ago. I was having a stressful time in my life and felt lonely. I walked my way through it. I found Continue reading

Ending of counselling relationship

Ending of counselling relationshipThere is often discussion about contracting at the beginning of a counselling relationship, creating safe boundaries and ensuring that the clients are aware of the expectations of the counselling sessions but it just as important to think about the end of a counselling relationship.

Ensuring clients are aware of the ending of counselling relationship

To maintain client’s autonomy, Continue reading