Mental Health Training

Why Better Mental Health Training is Important Companies that actively support better mental health training tend to be better places to work. From construction companies to pharmaceuticals the importance of good mental health training is not in doubt.  The difficult … Read More

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Porn Addiction Relapse

Making sense of a porn addiction relapse Whether you take a 12-step view to addictions or a more cognitive based approach, a porn addiction relapse needs careful management. The mark of addiction is unmanageability.  If you or someone you know … Read More

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Reactive Depression

Do you suffer from reactive depression? You can think of depression as an umbrella term that covers a range of depressive disorders. The term reactive depression refers to an event related depression that has been brought on in reaction to … Read More

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Commitment Issues

Do you suffer from commitment issues? Are you someone who finds it simple to date and be at the very early stages of relationships, but who struggles to find a way to commit longer term? Do you find yourself starting … Read More

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How a life is transformed

How are lives transformed? If someone struggles to build consistency in their lives, for example: they feel depressed or anxious they fail to develop their creativity and potential their relationships fail they don’t seem to make the best kind of … Read More

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Fear of abandonment

Fear of abandonment For many people a stable and predictable love relationship is something that is hard to enjoy because of an enduring sense of the threat of abandonment. Why do people develop a fear of abandonment? Sometimes it is … Read More

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Transforming the fear of rejection

Fear of rejection – a presenting situation A man comes to see me for psychotherapy who has a fear of rejection. He explains this fear holds him back from developing lasting relationships with people.  All of his relationships go through … Read More

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Are you the black sheep of the family?

Are you the black sheep? A black sheep of the family may feel: excluded, left out of family gatherings disapproved of Sometimes it is used to refer to someone who is different, maybe disreputable or odd.  There is something undesirable … Read More

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Why do old habits die hard?

Old habits die hard – what stops us changing? ‘Old habits die hard‘ is an enduring phrase because there’s more than some truth in it.  It is simple to list the things we intend to change; give up sugar, wine, … Read More

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