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BOOTCAMP – FOR THE MIND!!!

Thinking of getting into shape Physically?  What about getting into shape Emotionally? “If you have health, you probably will be happy and if you have health and happiness, you have all the wealth you need, even if it is not all you want”. – Elbert Hubbard Sometimes being happy and having peace of mind is […]

February 24, 2017 in Addiction, Anger, Counselling, Counselling online, counselling via skype, couples counselling, Depression, english counsellors for ex-pats, ex-pat counselling, Online Counselling, Relationships, Skype Counselling by

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Online Counselling -Is it for you?

Online Counselling – what is it and why do it? We live in a transient time when, if you want it, the World can be our oyster but just because some of us seize that opportunity it doesn’t always mean that the journey is smooth.  Because it is a transient World we can often feel isolated when we are […]

December 15, 2016 in Addiction, Counselling, Counselling online, counselling via skype, couples counselling, Depression, english counsellors for ex-pats, ex-pat counselling, expatriot counselling, Online Counselling, Relationships by

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Drinking to Oblivion – A Counselling Perspective

In light of the Louis Theroux’s documentary on BBC TV last night, the sad thing is that addictions are still such a “hidden” thing. I naively thought that having advertised the fact that I was here to support people in looking at why their drinking/gambling/sex/drug use was causing them issues and how they could overcome […]

April 25, 2016 in Addiction, CBT, Counselling, Counselling online, counselling via skype, Depression, english counsellors for ex-pats, ex-pat counselling, Skype Counselling by

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What is Halloween?

Like most things that originated in early history, it all seems a bit blurry.  But one version is that the Ancient Celts believed that on All Hallow’s Eve, the spirits of the dead would try to take over the bodies of the living. The idea of scaring the spirits away with bonfires and scary costumes […]

October 1, 2015 in Addiction, Anger, Counselling, Depression, News, Psychotherapy, Relationships by

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Addiction and its knock on effect

So how does addiction start?  Addiction – be it to alcohol, drugs, sex, gambling even food etc is a person’s way of fulfilling a need/covering a hurt that is not being met within them.  It can start as simply as taking a drink, experimenting with drugs, making a bet to feel more confident/to relax/excite them/feel […]

April 13, 2015 in Addiction, Anger, CBT, Counselling, Counselling online, counselling via skype, Depression, english counsellors for ex-pats, ex-pat counselling, Psychotherapy, Relationships, Skype Counselling, Uncategorized by

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Moving Again – Relationship difficulties – Are they related?

Moving around the Country or the Globe may sound exciting but is it really?  Many people chase work around the country or across the globe for various reasons.  Sometimes it is just where the work is and sometimes it is the opportunity to broaden one’s horizons and sometimes it is a way of trying to […]

November 18, 2014 in Counselling, Counselling online, counselling via skype, couples counselling, Depression, english counsellors for ex-pats, ex-pat counselling, expatriot counselling, relationship counselling, Relationships, Skype Counselling by

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DANCING WITH THE BLACK DOG called depression

I came across this blog by “Unhappy in Heels” which I thought I would share.  It gives a great insight into how depression and recovery from it can feel for some people. “Watching the rows of silver heads bobbing up and down in front of me as the little orange bus hurtles over speed bumps, […]

April 15, 2014 in Addiction, CBT, Counselling, Counselling online, counselling via skype, Depression, Psychotherapy by

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Are our addiction and stop drinking campaigns just an ever revolving door?

I really respect people who want to get free from problem drinking or addiction as it takes a lot of courage and strength to face up to what usually is an all consuming habit.  I therefore only work with people who genuinely want to deal with the issues that have led them to these and […]

November 12, 2013 in Addiction, Anger, Counselling, Counselling online, counselling via skype, Depression, ex-pat counselling, Relationships, Skype Counselling, Uncategorized by

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Cyber Bullies, Facebook, Twitter, SMS and the art of conversation

We are now in the era of online communication.  What with Facebook, Twitter, Text Messaging, Forums, Chat Rooms, Skype etc. etc.  there would appear little need to actually meet up physically with anyone any more.  As an added bonus (or not) we can take on an online persona or “avatar” where we can be “tinkerbell […]

August 30, 2013 in Anger, Counselling, Counselling online, counselling via skype, Depression, ex-pat counselling, News, Relationships, Skype Counselling by

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Children “failed on grand scale” according to the British Medical Association

The BMA’s report (according to the BBC News) “Growing Up in the UK” “highlighted issues such as obesity and foetal alcohol syndrome (babies who are born with disabilities due to the mother’s drinking)” .  The report also mentioned the need for “parenting classes, improving maternal nutrition and targeting children born in households with unhealthy habits, […]

July 3, 2013 in Addiction, CBT, children, Counselling, Counselling online, counselling via skype, Depression, REBT, Relationships by

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