As we herald the first anniversary of the sexual assault movement #MeToo I started to reflect on my own experiences. I’d always considered the things that happened to me weren’t bad enough to warrant disclosure and that anything which occurred must’ve been my fault anyway...
Written at the worst of my struggles and something I'd like to share with you now- Steph, August 2018. As I Google my way around the internet searching for conclusive answers, my anxiety increases tenfold. How do I know if I love my partner? Strangers posing such desperate questions are answered by other strangers as... Continue Reading →
Today is 'Time to Talk' Day which is all about talking about our mental health, smashing the stigma and giving us all a chance to be more open. We all have mental health, like physical health, and it exists on a sliding scale. Let's open the dialogue xx #TimetoTalk
Ever made a New Year's resolution and found yourself breaking it by the middle of January? You're certainly not alone! But the deeper question should surely be, "Why is that?"
Love. That little four-letter word which apparently makes the world go ‘round. When you think about love, what does it mean to you? Does it conjure up a warm fuzzy feeling or is it something which makes your top lip curl in cynicism? I often think about the potential links between psychotherapy and love, and wonder whether the crux of any therapeutic success is really down to the love that’s shared between the client and the counsellor.