Monthly Archives: July 2013

#PrinceGeorge; Royal Baby Advice

#PrinceGeorge; Royal Baby Advice This week we celebrated the birth of Prince George, royal baby and heir to the British Throne. The world is thrilled. Royal baby George is already oozing cute and cuddly. The healthy size and appearance of … Continue reading

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Trust; Can it ever be regained?

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Will you ever trust again? Trust is a fragile element of the human experience. We are born as trusting entities; we trust that when we cry as infants that someone will attend to our needs, hold us, change us and … Continue reading

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#Anxiety Attacks; Real and Present Dangers

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#Anxiety Attacks; Real and Present Dangers Anxiety attacks are real and present dangers for those that experience them on a regular basis. Most people have experienced at least one anxiety attack within their lifetime. How can you tell if you … Continue reading

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#Breakup; Getting Over An Old Love

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#Breakup; Getting Over An Old Love In my practice we often deal with matters of the heart; breakups, affairs, grief and loss. In dealing with a breakup, therapists don’t give advice but rather encourage our clients to use their skills … Continue reading

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#Good Therapy; Finding the one for you

#Good Therapy; Finding the one for you Empirical findings (Beck et al, 1991) suggest that the quality of the therapeutic relationship accounts for almost 30% of client improvement on the counseling couch. The change process is a journey into the … Continue reading

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