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An MOT for the mind…

Posted on 20th September 2021

My car went in for it’s MOT last week. It passed thank goodness but when they handed my the info when I went to get the car it made me think. Having therapy is a […]

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You wake up feeling dread…..

Posted on 5th July 2021

You wake up every morning feeling dread. As soon as your eyes open that feeling is there in your stomach. You have a full day with them on your own. That’s the first thought. Followed […]

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‘When you don’t want me is when you most need me, and when you no longer need me is when you most want me’ Nanny McPhee

Posted on 2nd April 2021

I had a session with a client last week where we talked about ending therapy. As the sessions are due to end, I always review the client’s journey. I go back to our very first […]

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Riding the wave of emotion

Posted on 18th February 2021

Emotions are valuable things, even the ones that leave you paralysed with fear or so raw and broken you don’t know if you will ever recover. They offer you lots of benefits once you know […]

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One tiny word with a mighty punch.

Posted on 5th February 2021

The word should is such a small seemingly innocent little word but it packs a lot of punch.  This is the dictionary definition of it: used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticizing […]

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New Year New you? All bullshit right?

Posted on 28th December 2020

So here we go it’s nearly the end of the year and it’s that time when we all start talking about New Years resolutions. We all have the best of intentions to stick to that […]

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This is why I bloody LOVE what I do!

Posted on 2nd December 2019

I LOVE what I do. When a new client walks into my room or pops up on my screen I never know where the next weeks or months are going to take to take us. […]

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Becoming a mother and grieving your old life

Posted on 22nd July 2019

An analogy I often use with clients who are struggling with motherhood and all the changes it brings is its like the stages of grief. Now I realise that sounds a bit dramatic but bear […]

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Quick tips for Anxiety

Posted on 17th March 2019

Why do we experience anxiety? Well its in our DNA. Our bodies are designed that if sense threat we have a threat response. Its so fast we don’t even have time to register the conscious […]

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Let’s talk about sex baby…tips to get your mojo back after birth

Posted on 1st February 2019

Let’s talk about sex baby… (I know it’s in your head now isn’t it? Sorry ?) When we are in the process of making the babies sex can become repetitive, a bit clinical and a […]

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