Tag Archives: counselling

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Spring 2017

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The launch of our new website brings us into spring, lighter nights, fresh flowers, blue skies, if a little chilly still. The darker nights and winter days can bring on the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), for many these are relieved by extra sunlight and a change in temperature. For others the symptoms can […]

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Walking in my Shoes

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Each shadow in the August sun is a reminder that all is not right in my world, constantly encouraged to be grateful and happy for the grass that is green the sky that is blue and the fact that I can walk freely through the streets I know without fear. Yet the world that flutters […]

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Depression

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      When it knocks you may not even notice, the dark cloud can sneak through the door and into your life and before you know it everything feels not right.  So how can you tell the difference between feeling down and depression taking hold? The classic signs are not eating, or not controlling […]

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Changing the Future

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      Looking back into the past after a life changing event can be therapeutic, but it can also become a lonely place if it’s somewhere you visit too often. When looking at stressors in your life and trying to identify where the root cause of your pain comes from is often an impossible […]

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