Time to Talk day. Grab a cup of tea and let’s talk about mental health. Jess Glynne’s words in Thursday inspires me to tackle mental health.
Working Therapeutically with Syrian Refugees As part of Refugee Week, I thought I would share my experiences of working therapeutically with the Syrian Refugees on the Resettlement programme. This programme is based here in Sheffield with the Refugee Council. When
A steady income for many private counsellors is being an affiliate to an Employment Assistant Programme (EAP). UK EAPA report that 50% of employers now have support through an Employment Assistant Programme. There are many companies in Sheffield who sign up
Counselling Blogs 2018 Blogging has become a way for counsellors to share their thoughts, reflections and knowledge of their profession. Counselling blogs are also becoming a useful way for counsellors to market themselves. It makes them stand out. It allows
Driving always allows me to think. Today was no exception. My diary had been full with clients and I was using the time on my own to process and reflect on today’s work. During this time, the song ‘This is
I’ve done it. I’ve reached one hundred blog posts. I have been writing in this blog for five years. It has taken me on a professional journey I did not imagine it would take me, and has helped improve
New Opportunity…. Therapist at Sheffield Refugee Council A blast from the past A few months ago, I visited my local walk-in clinic and was seen by a nurse who was born and bred in Kosovo. It was a delight to
What are panic attacks? Panic attacks are common, occurring in at least five per cent of the population. Many clients come to me who have experienced panic attacks. A common remark is that clients feel their panic attacks are misunderstood