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The Counsellors Cafe

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2018

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January 18, 2020

Whilst I was still preparing my Virtual Assistant business and wondering if I really had the courage to do what I knew I wanted to do, my therapist set me the task of writing about it as if I was already doing it,

May 27, 2019

I find myself weighed down with all the stones I’ve collected on the way out, and the way back. It got me thinking, as a counsellor, about how I carry heavy things. People come through my door every day, and give me their stories, their stones. Grief, pain, hurt, confu...

November 3, 2018

I am a listener. If I can get away with saying as little as possible, I will. This is partially due to anxiety and depression playing tricks on me – a belief that my voice sounds awful, and the things I have to say are of interest to no one except myself.

August 17, 2018

With the advice of my GP (this is essential), I started the withdrawal process. It hasn’t been easy. It feels a bit like I made the beast have a long nap and now it’s woken up and I have to learn to deal with it. Looking back, I can see some things I could have done di...

August 3, 2018

In order to have a, lets call it ‘healthier’, way of arguing, is to understand how you argue both individually and as a couple. Learning your individual style is the first step in order to change the cycle of conflict and ultimately build that ‘healthier’ way

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