Counselling & Psychotherapy News

Attachment and Coronavirus

John Bowlby, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, was the pioneer of ‘attachment theory‘. He identified four main types of attachment: Secure Anxious […]

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Quotes that make us reflective

Five quotes that leave us feeling reflective

1 The three most important words are not ‘I love you’ but ‘I hear you’. Oprah Winfrey 2 This too […]

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Have a break from commuting

Five things it is good to have a break from

1 – Pollution Notice how much cleaner the air feels? There are fewer cars on the road and fewer planes […]

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Reasons to stay in therapy

Five reasons to stay in therapy

1 Your therapist gets you like nobody else. 2 Having a therapy session at the same time every week will […]

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Preparing for video or phone Therapy

Five tips to prepare for phone / video therapy

1 – Get the tech set up Given the current situation, most therapists are now conducting sessions over the phone […]

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Reasons to try video phone therapy

Five reasons to try phone / video therapy

1 No travelling to a session. This means you could be more flexible about what time you have your sessions. […]

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staying mentally fit during coronavirus lockdown

Five things to keep you sane

1 – Music Whether it’s classical or hard rock, let music transport you. 2 – Exercise Make the most of […]

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five things to help cope with coronavirus

‘Five Things’ to help during Coronavirus lockdown

Over the coming weeks, we will be posting our series of ‘Five Things’ that can help you through this turbulent […]

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Walk & Talk Therapy in London with Naomi Milton

Walk & Talk counselling in the City of London

For the past 12 months, I have been offering ‘Walk & Talk’ sessions. I meet a client outside my counselling […]

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