Trauma Counseling

Trauma affects many people in unique and individual ways. You may be a survivor of sexual abuse, sustained violence, sexual violence or domestic abuse. You may be a survivor of trauma through the loss of a loved one in traumatic circumstances, you may have witnessed trauma and have therefore been … Continue reading

Anxiety and stress increases pain

Pain is an intense sensation that hurts. It may be experienced as a steady, constant ache, a sharp stab or a dull aching throb. Normally pain is felt in the body, but it is as much about psychological distress, as it is about physical sensitivity. How we respond emotionally, affects … Continue reading

Better relationships – better life

One of the reasons people enter therapy is that their relationships are failing. Relationships with partners, parents, friends, colleagues, siblings. And relationship failure can cause great pain.

What can a relational therapist do to help?

Firstly, develop a strong, therapeutic relationship with the client. The client can use the therapeutic … Continue reading