Single session therapy aims to get to the heart of a particular issue or problem during one discussion. It's an approach which is increasingly widely used.
There are many reasons why anxiety can attach itself to your job or career. We live in a time of high expectations and job-stress. Here are some ideas to help you bounce back.
"You're over the hill by 30" (Einstien). It takes 10k [...]
When someone is asking for help are they really asking for help? What is something else is needed? The question is, how can you find out?
Carol Qweck's compelling talk explains the vital importance of believing we can improve, and gives pointers on helping those we influence to do the same.
Desires are clingy! You probably want to get your own way from time to time. Maybe more often than you'll readily admit.
If you are like me you probably have a number of catch-phrases that act as get-out clauses or conversation-stoppers. "It's complicated" is one of them.
How often have you said to yourself "I have no choice". Sometimes this little mantra can get us through a demanding phase, but when we start to believe it and make it part of our life it can make us unhappy. Here's an exercise in generating choice, because having choice and exercising it are two different things.
And I DON'T mean the current political shenanigans in the UK. I'm referring to the way we are manipulated, by the media, factionalism, and our own tendency to like nice, clean answers.
Fixers and Floaters can get caught up in a relationship of inter-dependence. Breaking the cycle helps both.