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Our counselling blogs include information for people who are interested in learning more about counselling or the difficulties it can support.

By Jan Bogucki

Self-harm: what it is and what to do

What is self-harm? Self-harm includes a wide range of different behaviours, which are all oriented on inflicting physical pain to one’s self. Yet, generally it is used as a means of reducing emotional pain, or coping with and distraction from suicidal […]

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By Dana Cluyssen

Dealing with anger – How to find inner peace again

I recently participated an Overcoming Anger training by @innerspacemanchester (Twitter), where we discussed in depth not only what anger is […]

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By Maisie Willmoth-Allsop

Obsessive compulsive disorder

OCD means obsessive compulsive disorder. First of all, OCD is not being tidy, or having good hygiene. People with OCD […]

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By Maisie Willmoth-Allsop

Should children be allowed mental health days?

The BBC reports that there is no legal difference between taking a mental health sick day and a day off […]

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By Maisie Willmoth-Allsop

Therapy rooms: what to buy and why

An introduction to therapy rooms The idea behind creating a therapy room, instead of your traditional clinical room, is that […]

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By Maisie Willmoth-Allsop

Our new nurture room: how you can re-create one like ours

Why a nurture room? Nurture rooms provide a comfortable environment, by where the child feels safe and relaxed. When a […]

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By Maisie Willmoth-Allsop

Why is positive psychology a popular approach?

Positive psychology, in its simplest form, is the study of positive human functioning and flourishing on multiple levels. It was developed to overcome limitations of both psychodynamic

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By Martine Crompton

Anxiety: What is it?

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health conditions. According to YoungMinds almost half of all mental health disorders develop […]

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By Sarah Ward

The impact of domestic violence and abuse on children and young people

Domestic violence and abuse (DVA) includes a range of actions and can impact children and young people in very different […]

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By Sarah Ward

Low mood and depression

Low mood and depression are spoken about together and can be mistaken. Low mood and depression can be difficult to […]

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