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Private Skype Counselling in English for Expats: Tips and Support for Your Journey

TweetCounselling expats, I’m privileged to be invited to hear stories from the private lives of those who trade comfort and familiarity for the unknown. While the expat experience is more often portrayed as glamorous and exciting, many find the reality … Continue reading

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Sustainable Psychotherapy: What is Eco Friendly Counselling and Where to find a Green Therapist

TweetWe are increasingly being encouraged to reduce, reuse and recycle and be mindful of the impact our activities have on the environment. In deciding to make changes to their lives, many people question their own place in consumer culture, the … Continue reading

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Long Term Counselling or Psychotherapy: Is it Effective?

Long term therapy is a collaborative meaning making process with a therapist or counsellor. The effectiveness of the work depends on the relationship that develops in the therapeutic space as well as the openness of the conversation. Continue reading

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Narrative Therapy

TweetWhat is Narrative Therapy? Narrative Therapy is a form of conversational therapy based on the proposition that we all tell stories about our lives and experiences, even if only to ourselves, and that it is through the telling of these … Continue reading

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Online Counselling vs Face-To-Face Therapy: Not Better or Worse, Just Different

Online counselling is not better or worse than face-to-face appointments, it is just a different option with its own advantages and benefits. Online counselling is the future of talk therapy and because it is so comfortable, it has the potential to help many people. Continue reading

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