When I first became a counsellor, I was outcome focused and wanting to make a difference. My work centred in helping the client have a better life and I worked hard, often seeking reassurance.
In the last few years, I have become curious about the counselling process and more focused on the client’s transformation using that process. As a result of believing and trusting the counselling process, I am calmer and unfazed as to what my clients bring to sessions. I seek to help clients become passionate about themselves and become self-aware. I have become goal-focused and see greater value in the strategies and exercises used to help the clients gain more from the counselling. As a result, Continue reading →
Therapeutic journal is aimed at helping you, the writer, to understand yourself.. It can take you on a journey where you discover the ‘real’ you. It starts to help you understand how your think and learn about your emotions. It can also help you unpick your problems and start seeing a way forward. learning how to tackle your issues head-one.Continue reading →
In 2017, 90% of households in Great Britain had internet access, an increase from 89% in 2016 and 57% in 2006. We are beginning to rely on using the internet for our daily tasks – banking, music, communication etc. So why not finding support for mental health issues? You will see that they are various apps providing support – Headspace, Calm etc. This also extends to providing counselling online.Continue reading →
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 counsellors to share their reflections on different counselling issues.
Starting a blog needs careful consideration by therapists. It needs to be ethical, Continue reading →