Clients often ask me: “What is the difference between counselling and therapy?” In this blog post I clarify how I see this difference and how I apply it in my practice.
A Blog On Counselling, and on Life, Love & Laughter And All That Gets in The Way
This blog is part of my wider site on counselling & psychology. None of what is written here should be seen as a replacement for therapy or counselling. None of these blogs is written for any specific individual, but aims to inform the wider audience of themes, topics, issues and debates in the field of personal growth and psychological healing.
For individual counselling (face-to-face or at a distance through online sessions) please contact me: my details are available under the Contact section of the menu.
Grieving for A Pet
Losing a pet can be tremendously painful. It can bring up a deep sense of loss, loneliness, and reminders of loved ones who have passed on. Pets have become part of our families. Losing one requires careful attention.
Midlife Crisis in Men: Myth or Reality?
The midlife crisis in men has, so far, been elusive to prove. This difficulty could mean a few things: either midlife crisis does not exist, or – if it exists – shows itself in so many different ways and/or at so many different ages that it is impossible to draw scientifically valid conclusions.
The Magic of Counselling
When a client commits to the call of his or her soul, courageous and vulnerable: that is when magic happens. The magic of genuine healing, and authentic personal growth.
What Happens During Counselling?
When (or: if) you are considering to go see a counsellor it might at first feel daunting. What can you expect? What will happen? In this post I explain the practical aspects of counselling.