Charles Darwin’s survival of the fittest is often understood as the survival of the strongest – yet what he meant was that survival of a species depends not on sheer force, but on the ability to be aware of and adapt to the environment – to the wilderness. This is … (continue)
Posts about Counselling
Some do’s and don’t’s when seeking counselling for a loved one. Change, growth, adjustment – all of these have to eventually be born from within, nourished from within, and persevered from within. It is the client him- or herself who would have to be able to foresee the benefits of counselling.
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.
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.
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.