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Does Teacher Counselling Help?

May 31st, 2017 | Uncategorized | Comments Off

Teacher Counselling…is it for you? It’s that time of year again – time for exams and all the stress that it brings for pupils and teachers alike. So it was interesting to hear in the news last week about Headteacher Jill Wood from Little London Primary School in Leeds who banned her pupil’s from taking […]

Telephone Counselling – does it work?

May 7th, 2017 | Uncategorized | Comments Off

With mental health issues featuring more highly in the media and increasing numbers of people from royalty to celebrities admitting that they have struggled or continue to struggle with a range of other problems, it was probably just a matter of time before counsellors started to offer their services in a different format to the […]

Counselling for Eating Disorders

April 17th, 2017 | Blog | Comments Off

All About People Client testimonial relating to counselling for eating disorders “It’s been a year since I last had a session with you and I just wanted to contact you to share with you how far I’ve come and to say thank you because I really wouldn’t be in this position if it hadn’t been […]

Eating disorders are a mental illness!

February 24th, 2017 | Blog | Comments Off

Eating disorders are so much more than a preoccupation with controlling body weight, shape or size. They are a serious mental health condition. And while attitudes towards them are slowly changing, there is still a lot more can be done by us all. Today marks the start of Eating Disorder Awareness Week (27 Feb to […]

Eating disorders are not just confined to the young!

January 30th, 2017 | Blog | Comments Off

Whilst the media are keen to feature stories about eating disorders in the young, new research from University College London suggests that around 3% of women in their 40s and 50s have an eating problem. Whilst this figure seems high, it is difficult to say whether this is a new phenomenon or if it is […]

Christmas and New Year Arrangements

December 22nd, 2016 | News | Comments Off

Wishing our clients, fellow therapists and all of our other contacts a wonderful Christmas and best wishes for a fantastic 2017. We would like to thank you for your support during 2016 and we look forward to catching up again in 2017. Also, just to remind you that the office will close from close of […]

Why we need good relationships!

December 19th, 2016 | Blog | Comments Off

Healthy relationships are a vital component of your health and wellbeing. Good relationships are a very meaningful part of our lives, and relationships with spouses, children, friends, parents, siblings, work colleagues and friends help to build self-esteem, improve mental and emotional health and help you live a fuller life. Why do we need good relationships? […]

Why middle-aged women should embrace therapy!

November 25th, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

Whether its managing the menopause, dealing with empty nest syndrome, navigating a divorce, looking after elderly parents or facing ageism in the workplace, being a women in her 50’s is sometimes not a great place to be. A recent article published in the Daily Mail by leading psychotherapist Susie Orbach entitled “Why every middle aged […]

Brexit – how to deal with change and uncertainty?

October 26th, 2016 | Blog | Comments Off

Uncertainty can be scary! Despite the results of the Referendum over 10 months ago, the Government and the EU sill seem to be grappling with the detail about our impending Brexit. And whilst we have a date and a rough plan, no one seems to know what the actually fall out is likely to be. […]

The Archers storyline sees increase in domestic abuse calls!

October 4th, 2016 | Blog | Comments Off

The now infamous domestic abuse storyline on The Archers storyline began over two years ago when listeners were drip-fed with subtle instances of behaviour from Rob to his wife Helen. There were none of the usual symptoms of violence; broken bones, bruises, split lips and swollen eyelids. Instead the focus was on Rob’s persistent, systematic […]

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