Counselling in Chichester &
West Sussex

Coronavirus, Counselling and Choice – or the art of listening

It is difficult at present to switch on the radio or television news without hearing more details on the current ...

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Coronavirus, counselling and dealing with difficult emotions

The current health crisis has seen a flood of difficult emotions bubbling to the surface. It is not surprising to learn ...

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Counselling, Therapy and the freedom to speak out

“Am I allowed to say this?”  These comments and similar sentiments will often be heard in therapy rooms as new ...

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Couple Counselling – Is our relationship good enough?

February 14th, Valentine’s Day is probably the best known saint’s day recognised even by those who may not be ...

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The New Year, OCD, Counselling and Existentialism

If these notes were the script for a game show the next question would be to invite readers to spot the odd one out of ...

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Counselling, Scrooge and a Christmas Carol

The notion of archetypes was a concept brought forward by one of the founding fathers of psychotherapy, Carl Gustav ...

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