Integrative Counsellor MSc
Are you having difficulties processing your emotions? Do you ever think that something must be wrong with you? Would you like to improve the quality of your relationships? Counselling can help you to make sense of your feelings and behaviours and can foster self-compassion and self-acceptance.
Offering guidance to those wishing to understand their life purpose, to develop their spiritual practices and to better understand their feelings and emotions.
A therapeutic practice which facilitates inter-generational healing. It offers an alternative perspective as to why an individual may be suffering, showing them that their feelings may have their origins within a past family trauma.
I am now using my experiences and insights to support and guide others to heal from past wounds, to accept themselves as they are and to unlock their unique potential.
Trauma and post-traumatic stress are most commonly understood in connection to experiences such as war, sexual abuse and natural disasters. When most of us hear of incidents like these, we feel for those who have endured them but are not always able to understand or appreciate what it must feel like. Our concept of traumaContinue reading “Trauma and post-traumatic stress: A rare phenomena or a universal human experience?”
One of the most common themes I have noticed since working as a counsellor and a mentor relates to how difficult people find it to fully acknowledge and process their emotions. I believe this to be a widespread problem in modern society, with roots not only in our system of education but also in ourContinue reading “The Art of Letting Go: Why we fail to process our emotions and what to do about it”
A big issue for many people in our society day is career decision-making; the choice of what we decide to do for work. From childhood we are asked what we want to do, yet many of us spend our entire lives wondering what we would be best suited to doing. So why is career decisionContinue reading “Career indecision and travel: A summary of my Masters research”
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