On loss, grief and mourning.

Loss, it’s part of life and inevitably we will all experience it many times. Some people go through a process and come out the other side, while others either don’t suffer at all or seem to suffer for longer or more deeply. Here’s a closer look and what might help.

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So many kinds of counselling and therapy, what’s right for me?

This is probably the most asked question (or variations of it) after ‘what’s the difference between counselling and psychotherapy’? There are many different kinds and these are sometimes known as modalities. I’ll give a run down on the more popular modalities and you’ll be able to see what the differences and similarities are and I’ll also talk about what’s important to look for when you’re thinking of seeing a therapist.

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Book Review: The Examined Life by Stephen Grosz

One of my friends thought it might be a good idea to do some self-help book reviews of what might be useful but also what may be not so good. So my first choice is something I read early last year which I enjoyed. Keep reading to find out what I liked about it.

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Why everything you know about therapy from TV is wrong.

There have been a lot of therapists portrayed on TV over the years. Most of what you see is an exaggeration or wrong in some way but I appreciate the need for artistic licence or dramatic effect. I’ve picked some from recent and not so recent TV shows to illustrate this and have focussed mostly on drama (except Sex Education becasue it’s brilliant and not just a comedy), so sorry Frasier fans (he is also exempt because he’s a psychiatrist)…

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