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  • Child Counselling / Therapy
    Child Counselling / Therapy
    by Gianluca
    How do I know my child needs counselling? Children use various methods to signal something is not right, and they differ a lot from adults. Acting out of character or showing signs of rebellion may be considered normal behaviour for a child. Still, such actions can also signal they are going through something they don’t want or don’t know how to talk about. This means it may be time to consider seeking a therapist to help you understand where this behaviour is coming from.
  • Skype Counselling / Therapy
    Skype Counselling / Therapy
    by Arteo
    The benefits of Skype counselling Over the past few years, Skype counselling has become increasingly popular, as it provides a convenient, flexible and affordable form of therapy for people who would otherwise not have the means to see a therapist in their office.
  • Find Me a Therapist
    Find Me a Therapist
    by Floss Knight
    For therapy to be successful, it is essential that you find a counsellor you can openly communicate with and makes you feel safe. This is why finding the right therapist is paramount. The right therapist should be professional, experienced in treating the type of issues you are facing, welcoming and ready to listen to you. When the counsellor makes you feel safe, it will be much easier for you to relax and open up about whatever issue you might be dealing with.
  • Online counselling
    Online counselling
    by Floss Knight
    One of the main reasons people in need of counselling postpone beginning therapy is because they can’t find the time to actually go to a counsellor’s office. Fortunately, technology is now helping us bring therapy closer to those in need. Online counselling can prove to be a valuable solution for those who can’t find the time or means to go to a brick-and-mortar counselling office.
  • Minds Matter - Coping with Covid19
    Minds Matter - Coping with Covid19
    by Floss Knight
    Minds Matter. Helping people coping with Covid19. Daily tips to help people manage whilst in lockdown.
  • Minds Matter - Covid19
    Minds Matter - Covid19
    by Floss Knight
    Minds Matter! Covid19 MINDS MATTER! Small actions will help you to calm your mind and stay healthy in these difficult times. Don't be alone pick up the phone! Don't keep it in your head share it! If you know someone this might help pass it on #Mindsmatter #mentalhealthtips #Copingwithcovid19 #UKTherapyguideTips "
  • What To Expect From Family Therapy
    What To Expect From Family Therapy
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Family therapy (otherwise known as Family and Systemic Psychotherapy) enables family members, couples and others who care about each other to explore difficult thoughts and emotions in a safe environment. Its main aim is to allow you to better understand each other’s experiences and make useful and meaningful changes to your relationships.
  • Is CBT The Right Therapy For Me?
    Is CBT The Right Therapy For Me?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Cognitive behavioural therapy (or CBT) is a talking based psychotherapy which focuses on how thoughts, beliefs and attitude affect feelings and behaviour. Based on the theory that how we think directly affects the way we feel and behave, CBT uses a combination of cognitive (examining thoughts) and behaviour (examining things we do) therapies to help people overcome and manage their problems.
  • Signs You May be Suffering Anxiety
    Signs You May be Suffering Anxiety
    by Hannah Carrier
    Worry and stress is a natural reaction to have when under the right circumstances but if you’re feeling it more often than not, you might wonder if your feelings are something more.
  • Online Counselling and How it Can Help You
    Online Counselling and How it Can Help You
    by UK Therapy Guide
    Online counselling is a great way to receive therapy via video conferencing or Skype without the need of having to leave your home. This article explains how useful online therapy can be and how it can help you moved forward without the need of having to visit a counsellor / therapist face to face at their practice. Getting out and about isn't always easy for people, so online therapy is a an excellent alternative for many people all over the world requiring therapy.
  • Can getting therapy for anxiety really help?
    Can getting therapy for anxiety really help?
    by UK Therapy Guide
    With suffers of anxiety on the up-rise, how can getting anxiety counselling help you? This article explains more, along with some of the different types of anxiety that people suffer from.
  • Jungian Analysis – getting in touch with your individual psyche
    Jungian Analysis – getting in touch with your individual psyche
    by UK Therapy Guide
    Jungian analysis or psychology originates from ideas put forward by Carl Jung. It focuses on the importance of each individual's psyche and ways in which they can be made ‘whole’ again.
  • How does Gestalt therapy work and how will it benefit me?
    How does Gestalt therapy work and how will it benefit me?
    by UK Therapy Guide
    If your counsellor thinks that you will be a good fit for Gestalt therapy, they will show you how to truly experience what is happening rather than relying upon your understanding of the event. During your sessions together, your thoughts, beliefs, feelings and way of behaving will all be examined in depth.
  • Get help and support from your therapist via Skype counselling
    Get help and support from your therapist via Skype counselling
    by UK Therapy Guide
    It can be difficult if you need the support of one-to-one counselling but don’t feel comfortable talking face-to-face. But there is a solution and a very good one; Skype therapy allows you to fully engage in counselling and psychotherapy without having to leave your home.
  • What are the best forms of therapy to treat anxiety?
    What are the best forms of therapy to treat anxiety?
    by UK Therapy Guide
    If you are suffering from anxiety then you will know that the associated feelings of fear and worry can be totally debilitating. Constantly experiencing the physical and emotional symptoms can leave you feeling worn out and struggling to cope with everyday life. In some circumstances, the ‘fight or flight’ response or panic attacks will manifest and you will be left feeling totally drained. But help is at hand as there are various forms of therapy that can be used to treat your anxiety.
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