Articles

by Ben Collins
01/03/2017

Before I started my counselling training and my therapeutic journey I lived in a container of anxiety for most of my life. There was a part of me that clung to anxiety as it was all I really knew. I was a victim of Stockholm syndrome and anxiety was my captor.

by Dawn Cartwright
01/03/2017

[noun] a Hindu or Buddhist mystical or ritual text.
[mass noun] adherence to the doctrines or principles of the tantras, involving mantras, meditation, yoga, and ritual.

by Chloe Goodchild
01/03/2017

The beauty of shared sound and song is that it is free. Everyone can do it, and it helps us to build self-esteem and dissolve friction. It also helps us to generate forgiveness and healing, happiness, and self-knowledge.

by Tony Bates
06/02/2017

As a psychologist with more than 35 years’ experience, it never ceases to amaze me how many parenting articles, programmes and talks are out there advising us on how to manage our teenage children.  Clearly, parenting becomes trickier when our children come into adolescence.

by Network
06/02/2017

Suffering in silence is something many women with post-natal depression do, and for many different reasons.

by Jasbinder Garnermann
06/02/2017

Every age and culture has found its own version of portraying the power of the mother in our lives. Whatever the language, whether myth, psychoanalysis, religion, or comedy, her central role is universally acknowledged.

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