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Email Counselling

TweetCounselling by Email Exchange can help you express yourself, develop understanding about your situation, find reassurance, and discover what to do if you feel confused. The service is private and you can write in your own time. I will generally … 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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Online Counselling Therapy

TweetWhat is Online Counselling? Online counselling means you meet with a counsellor or therapist from the privacy and comfort of your own home or office. You attend sessions by instant message, webcam (video optional), email exchange or telephone. Payment is … Continue reading

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