Archive for June 2017

What Not To Do

We’re at the end of the financial year and the start of a whole new phase – some say financially, some say different things. To add a little humour to the seriousness of the posts I’ve been writing lately and to also celebrate the passing of the financial year, please entertain yourself by spotting the number…

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Balancing A Range of Clients

Working in the field, particularly ‘part-time’ can be a balancing act.  There are many factors that need to be considered before heading out: Health of the therapist or coach is the number one priority. Calendar of appointments on certain days of the week pre-planned Times scheduled with 15 mins in between each session of 45…

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A Day In The Life Of An Assessor

I thought it might be interesting to share a few brief thoughts on my experiences as an assessor. Working with groups of students is similar to working with clients.  They are human beings with problems and wanting to share.   This sharing is such a positive experience when the locked-up story is unrecognised and unheard.…

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The Counselling Setting

There is so much confusion around something that can be so simple… Bring it all back to basics.  Over the next few weeks there are going to be videos streamed on what to do if you decide to practise your skills at home.  There’s going to be some focused therapy sessions you can achieve even…

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