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Fancy a Spot of Ecotherapy?

Jul 23, 2013 by Kat Tate

It’s no coincidence; in fact, numerous studies have found that ‘green exercise’ – or ecotherapy – produces significant health and wellness benefits.

Why It’s Ok To Be Unhappy

Feb 27, 2013 by Kat Tate

Numerous research studies suggest that optimism might be overrated.

Healing Your Emotions with Natural Therapies

Feb 6, 2013 by Kat Tate

Thankfully, several natural therapies may prove beneficial in helping heal our emotions.

Topic: Anxiety Stress

Living and Dying Well

Oct 18, 2012 by Craig Gibson

Death and dying are all part of an inevitable reality that defines the human condition. But how often do we confront and deal with this most certain of eventualities?

Becoming a Counsellor

Mar 30, 2012 by Rob Schneider

Counselling can be an ideal profession for anyone who is interested in helping others.

From Trauma to Triumph

Dec 5, 2011 by Bridget Dougherty

According to Martin Seligman in his new book ‘Flourishing’, post-traumatic growth is much more prevalent than many people might think.

How Counselling Can Improve Wellbeing

Nov 29, 2011 by Bridget Dougherty

Counselling not only provides emotional support in times of trouble it can also help improve your physical health and wellbeing.

A Person-Centered Approach to Counselling and Psychotherapy

Nov 18, 2011 by Bridget Dougherty

The person-centred approach to counselling and psychotherapy views the client as the expert on his or her life.

Great Communication for Relationships

Nov 9, 2011 by Elizabeth Addie

Communication can set the tone and feel of a relationship. Spend a moment thinking about these areas of communication in your relationship.

Topic: Relationships

Existential Counselling: Is it for you?

Nov 7, 2011 by Bridget Dougherty

We exist, we change, we encounter difficulties and we have to choose how we are going to navigate those difficulties. These are the underlying premises of existential counselling

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