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Online therapy: basic information

In this post, I will briefly explain what online therapy is. I will give you some pointers as to what to look for. I will also set out some of the benefits and challenges of online therapy. This will help you make an informed choice as to whether face to face therapy or online therapy… Continue reading Online therapy: basic information

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Counselling for Guernsey residents

Counselling in Guernsey The message I hear often from Guernsey is that there is a shortage of trained counsellors and psychotherapists in the island. This has left some Guernsey residents unable to find the counselling they need. One factor is that counsellors cannot usually work with people already known to them in other roles or… Continue reading Counselling for Guernsey residents

Picture of the book, "She Said". This post discusses stories of sexual abuse told in public and private.
Counselling and psychotherapy

Stories of sexual abuse – public and private

Starting with the book, "She Said" which details the investigative journalism behind the #MeToo movement, this post argues the on-going need for stories of sexual harassment and abuse to be told in both public and private.

This post asks, counselling or psychotherapy - is there a difference?
Counselling and psychotherapy

Counselling or psychotherapy?

Counselling or psychotherapy - is there a difference? The range of therapies available these days can be quite bewildering. Let’s look first at the question of whether to choose counselling or psychotherapy. In fact, is there a difference?  In short, no there isn't. At least, there is no agreed definition either in law or among… Continue reading Counselling or psychotherapy?

This post discusses counselling for adoption issues in the UK
Counselling and psychotherapy

Counselling for adoption issues

Counselling for adoption issues is a slightly sticky issue in England. Who is allowed to do this work? Should you speak to a counsellor or look for an adoption support agency? This post gives you a starting point.