cognitive behavioural therapy; psychology; relationship counselling

relationships

Relationships form the basic foundation of everything we do. Knowing how to communicate, show empathy and embrace others in a positive way is essential for getting through life.

Counseling for Couples: When is the Right Time to Get Help

Counseling for Couples: When is the Right Time to Get Help

Regardless of your relationship status, there may come a time when you’re dealing with some difficulties as a couple.  Whether you’re married or not, it’s important to decide if you think you may benefit from counseling for couples.  Before you talk to your significant other […]

Considering Your Child’s Mental Health During Divorce

Considering Your Child’s Mental Health During Divorce

Divorce rates in both England and Wales are at their lowest since 1973, but that doesn’t stop it being a popular topic in the media. When two people decide to part ways, this can affect those beyond the couple. Children of divorce are faced with […]

How the Christmas season affects relationships

How the Christmas season affects relationships

How Christmas affects relationships is varied. Some find it’s a time to get closer and yet for others, Christmas can become a pressure-cooker situation causing a lot of anxiety and stress

Finding love in later life

Finding love in later life

Finding love in later life can be slightly trickier than when you are younger. As you get older, you tend to have more walls/barriers up due to earlier love mishaps. When you are younger, you tend to be more open minded and optimistic about finding […]

How to be popular

How to be popular

There are certain things you can do to be more popular – find out more here

How to handle rejection

How to handle rejection

Rejection is an experience that we all go through at least once in our lives and it hurts like hell. There are things you can do though to lessen the blow….

How to ruin your relationship

How to ruin your relationship

There are sure fire ways to ruin your relationship. Who knows, you may already be on your way to that relationship breakdown. If you quite like the person you are partnered up with, here’s a list of things not to do: Ignore your partner’s needs […]

Am I being unreasonable?

Am I being unreasonable?

What is reasonable behaviour? How do you determine whether you are behaving in an acceptable manner or whether you need to re-assess your expectations?