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The Counsellors Cafe

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2018

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I believe my life is also about making the best of what I've got. One favourite saying of my Dad’s was, “when Life throws you lemons, make lemonade!”. Saying this is sometimes easier said than done, and yet how we live our lives is a choice we make, whether conscio...

June 16, 2018

The first thing I noticed about the book is how relatable I found the main character to be. Those who have read the book may be surprised by this, but hear me out! I am someone who enjoys routine. While I haven’t always wanted to admit this, worrying that it made me

September 23, 2017

I began first by considering the dilemma for the private practitioner in the need for them to engage with the client’s parents to a much greater degree than the school counsellor had to. In school referrals generally came via the pastoral staff, teachers, or directly f...

September 9, 2017

In my own opinion, it is this understanding of what it means to be a man, masculinity and the stigma surrounding men and seeking therapeutic help that are the most prominent barriers to understanding men’s mental health better and developing treatment that is both appl...

August 7, 2017

I wonder, when did my recovery begin? Not when I began to abstain in 2008. The feelings woke up. Fairyland, "numb world" stopped. I began to wake up.

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