Counselling Newcastle Upon Tyne

Posted November 30, 2023 / No comments

Counselling Newcastle Upon Tyne Uncovering hidden gems: a guide to finding glimmers Glimmers are small moments or instances of positivity that can be found in our everyday lives. They are like sparks of light that bring joy, hope, or inspiration. These glimmers can be anything from a kind gesture from a stranger, a beautiful sunset,

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Therapy Newcastle: Burnout

Posted November 21, 2023 / No comments

Therapy Newcastle: Understanding Psychological Burnout ‘Burnout is nature’s way of telling you, you’ve been going through the motions your soul has departed; you’re a zombie, a member of the walking dead, a sleepwalker’. – Sam Keen Psychological burnout is a state of chronic physical and emotional exhaustion that is often caused by prolonged exposure to

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Posted November 13, 2023 / No comments

Mastering emotional preparation for Christmas: Tips for clients @ our counselling Newcastle Clinic. As I write this the Fenwick’s window in Newcastle has been unveiled and I have twinkling lights in the clinic. During many years of working in clinic it’s important to highlight that not everyone celebrates Christmas the ‘traditional way’ or even celebrates

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Sleep by Newcastle Psychologist

Posted November 2, 2023 / No comments

Being a Newcastle Psychologist we offer a wide range of services at our clinic and support people with their sleep. Disrupted sleep can be due to many reasons, Depression, new baby, stress and menopause (to name a few). As I write this the time has been changed in the UK which can also cause disruption

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Understanding Attachment and How It Impacts Relationship: Private therapy in Newcastle

Posted October 25, 2023 / No comments

We offer private therapy in Newcastle. As a Counselling Psychologist I’ve trained in psychodynamic therapy that looks back to earlier relations to understand the here and now experience.  The concept of attachment was first introduced by the British psychiatrist John Bowlby in the 1950s. Bowlby believed that attachment is a fundamental human need and plays

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Depression Counselling Newcastle

Posted October 19, 2023 / No comments

The aim of this blog is supporting self help tips for ‘Depression Counselling Newcastle’ that you can try in supporting a diagnosis of depression. When someone is experiencing depression they can feel shame and isolation. It is important to remember people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds can receive a diagnosis of depression. The only

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Developing Boundaries tips for clients @ counselling service Newcastle

Posted October 12, 2023 / No comments

Our Counselling service Newcastle offers support with developing boundaries within your relational dynamics. This post is focusing on self help tips and by no means over looking the importance or the depth therapy supports this further. Establishing and maintaining healthy boundaries in relationships is crucial for maintaining a sense of self and promoting overall well-being. Here

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Boundaries: counselling service Newcastle

Posted October 6, 2023 / No comments

At our counselling service Newcastle boundaries is one of the essential concepts we focus on. In relationships, boundaries refer to the limits and guidelines that individuals establish to protect their physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. These boundaries help maintain a healthy balance between personal autonomy and connection with others. There are several different types of

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Sexual Desire

Posted September 25, 2023 / No comments

Relationships are unique. This means the relational dynamics of your relationship and the problems you are experiencing will be different for you compared to another couple. However there might be similarities. Many individuals and couples discuss sex within therapy. For some people sex can be an uncomfortable topic to discuss. There can be shame connected

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Masks that we wear: well-being Newcastle

Posted September 5, 2023 / No comments

From a young age we all have been conditioned by our culture and family system. Some of us will be conditioned to help others, say thank you and please and much of our tastes, thoughts and feelings are based upon this.As adults we have various roles and wear to an extent a mask. In clinic

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