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Are You a Suitable Case for Counselling?
Are You a Suitable Case for Counselling?
Do you have difficulty expressing emotional concerns or identifying issues? Acknowledging that there are many reasons why an individual seeks counselling support may…...
Becoming a counsellor: A guide
Becoming a counsellor: A guide
Ever thought about a career in counselling? Not sure where to start? Or maybe you've just finished your counselling training and don't know what to do now? Our helpful…...
The Difference Between Counselling and Psychotherapy
The Difference Between Counselling and Psychotherapy
Understanding the key differences between counselling and psychotherapy can make all the difference to the impact therapeutic treatment has on a client. Although there…...
The Facts About Marriage Counselling
The Facts About Marriage Counselling
Contrary to popular belief marriage counselling is not a one-stop, quick fix relationship solution. Understanding the possibilities- as well as limitations - that this…...
The Five Stages of Dealing With Issues
The Five Stages of Dealing With Issues
Coping with difficult situations in life requires working through a cycle of understanding that takes an individual from denial to acceptance. Understanding the need…...
The Importance of Self-Counselling
The Importance of Self-Counselling
Self-counselling is an important, useful and additional tool to use alongside other forms of therapeutic counselling. It does however, provide positive results if used…...
The Merits of Co-counselling
The Merits of Co-counselling
Unlike traditional forms of counselling co-counselling provides an opportunity to explore personal problems and issues whilst supporting others working their way…...
The Myths about Counselling
The Myths about Counselling
As with any positive form of therapy there are many negative misconceptions and myths surrounding Counselling. Exploring the benefits will enable a potential client to…...
The Relationship Between the Counsellor and the Client
The Relationship Between the Counsellor and the Client
A successful counsellor/client relationship can only be formed if boundaries, confidentiality and trust are clearly expressed at the start of the counselling process.…...
What Counselling is Not
What Counselling is Not
In order to accept the many positive ways in which counselling can impact on your life it is important to understand what counselling is not....
What is Counselling?
What is Counselling?
Counselling is an empowering process that encourages individuals to confront issues and problems, and to work at restoring well-being. A counsellor will provide a…...
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