Tag Archives: psychology

Can I see a Medicare Provider for Porn Addiction? Do You Accept Health Insurance?

TweetAs a counsellor and therapist specialising in pornography use problems, these are questions I am asked often. Both men and women contact me seeking help, either for themselves or their partners, around use of pornography and dating websites. Sometimes they … 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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Advice or Therapy? Taking a Collaborative Approach with Your Therapist

TweetPeople are always asking me for advice. I regularly receive requests over email, via my websites and even on Facebook asking me for advice or direction with particular problems or difficulties. Often these requests are for relationship advice, or advice … Continue reading

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5 Top Tips if You are Gay or Bisexual and Want to Make Friends

Shyness, or pressure to hide who they really are, can make it hard for some gay or bisexual people to make friends. Talking to a counsellor or therapist can be the first step in recovering confidence and meeting people. Continue reading

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