Why I Love Online Counselling

Why I Love Online Counselling

By Chloe Foster – Psychotherapeutic Humanistic Counsellor and Trainer   Traditionally, counselling has always taken place face to face (f2f), and so it seems the default way that counsellors work. Through my experience of training and practising as a...
How Can You Have Feelings Without the Feelings Having You?

How Can You Have Feelings Without the Feelings Having You?

By Shane Sneyd – Analytical Psychotherapist   Generally, one of the main difficulties that I encounter in my work as an analytical psychotherapist is related to the above question. How can a person have feelings without the feelings having them? At first...
The Space Around Us

The Space Around Us

By Anna Honeysett – Counsellor & Author   “Does the decor of your counselling room really matter? Surely it’s not what’s important about counselling? And ‘I’m sure my clients won’t notice?” These are some of the questions I...
Pronouns – What’s the Big Fuss?

Pronouns – What’s the Big Fuss?

By Chloe Foster – Counsellor Talking to other counsellors about pronouns I am often faced with the same questions and confusion: Do pronouns really matter that much? Do counsellors need to ask clients their pronouns? What do I do if I make a mistake? I’m...
Clinical Dilemmas When Working With Older Clients

Clinical Dilemmas When Working With Older Clients

By Helen Kewell – Humanistic Counsellor (MBACP)   Working therapeutically with those in later life is not often seen as the cutting edge of the counselling world and it is researched and written about relatively infrequently. For those of us that do, we...

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