How Counselling Helps Anxiety Disorders

22 May 2019
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-Most people experience anxious feelings from time-to-time. When those feelings become all-encompassing and prevent you from enjoying life, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. One way people choose to work through anxiety disorders is by using counselling. When you learn more about how counselling works, you may find that it's the right treatment option for you. Your counsellor will identify the specific disorder you're suffering from. Anxiety disorder is an umbrella term that covers several conditions. Read More 

Why Individualised Depression Treatment Should Become the Gold Standard

30 April 2018
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When it comes to depression, no two patients are the same. From the biological influences through to underlying emotional strains, each person faces multiple differences in their condition. It, therefore, makes sense that depression treatment should vary between each patient. In taking such an approach, clinicians can reduce the likelihood of relapse and promote healthier mindsets throughout a patient's depression treatment. When a patient develops depression, they do so for a number of reasons Read More 

Talking Things Through: What to Expect from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

26 April 2017
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Whether you've already taken the first step of speaking to a professional about your depression or anxiety, or whether you're preparing yourself to do so, you may have been referred to the idea of undertaking Cognitive Behavioural Therapy — commonly known as CBT.  This sounds complicated and can seem like a scary next step to take.  You may be picturing an intimidating, quiet room with a dark leather couch and an expectation that you'll have to talk for an hour about your childhood. Read More 

Two reasons to seek out the help of a marriage counsellor

20 April 2017
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Everyone encounters difficulties in their relationship with their spouse at one point or another. In most cases, these difficulties can be resolved without any outside help. However, there are circumstances in which it might be sensible to seek out the support of a marriage counsellor. Here are a couple of examples of such circumstances. Communication has broken down Communication is a hugely important element of any healthy relationship. If you and your spouse are struggling to talk to each other in a respectful and honest manner, then this could spell trouble for your marriage. Read More