Humanistic therapy

Humanistic Therapy – London Guide Humanistic therapy focuses on your inherent potential, and the belief that ultimately, you have all the answers. It works on the assumption that every individual possesses an intrinsic capacity for growth, self-awareness, and self-actualization – the highest level of psychological development. Humanistic psychotherapy was pioneered by the likes of Carl … Read more

Person Centred Therapy

Your Guide to Person Centred Therapy in London Person Centred Therapy (PCT), also known as Client Centred Therapy or Rogerian therapy, is is an approach to therapy which puts you in the driving seat of your healing journey. In PCT, also known as person-centred counselling, you’re encouraged to find your own solutions, rather than rely … Read more

9 Tips for Long Distance Relationships

9 Essential Tips for Long Distance Relationships In an increasingly globalised world, and the advent of online social platforms, relationships are increasingly extending beyond borders and time zones. Long-distance relationships, though challenging, are a testament to the age-old adage that love knows no boundaries. As technology bridges the communication gap, couples are finding unique and … Read more

Psychosexual Therapy

Sex Therapist London Guide Difficulties with sex can strike at any time, and can take many forms. Sometimes the underlying cause can be physical, perhaps from taking medication, or the side effect of illness or ageing. But often there’s a psychological or psychosomatic component, making it necessary to work with a psychotherapist, or therapist specialising … Read more

The Artists Way

The Artist’s Way: A Path to Self-Discovery As a psychotherapist working in Central London, clients sometimes ask about Julia Cameron’s book, ‘The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity’. How compatible is it with therapy, and can the ideas be incorporated into the therapeutic process? Over the last decade, The Artist’s Way has witnessed … Read more

Living with Bipolar

Living with Bipolar Disorder Bipolar disorder, formerly known as manic depression, is a mental health condition that can dramatically affect an individual’s life. Characterised by intense mood swings, it involves periods of extreme euphoria (mania) followed by episodes of severe depression. This article aims to provide a detailed overview of living with bipolar disorder, highlighting … Read more

Emotionally Immature Parents

The Devastating Impact of Emotionally Immature Parents The intricate tapestry of your family dynamics will have an immense influence over how you developed as a child. Patterns of emotional well-being were established then, that are likely to still be in place today. In many cases, parents can exhibit significant emotional immaturity, which in turn impacts … Read more

How to be Emotionally Vulnerable in Relationships

How to be emotionally vulnerable in relationships Being vulnerable means revealing who you really are to your partner. How you’re feeling, what you’re thinking, and what you need from them. It’s something that effects both men and women. If you and your partner can learn to be vulnerable with each other, you’ll have the potential … Read more

Depression After a Breakup

Coping with Depression After a Breakup Breakups can be incredibly difficult to deal with, leaving us feeling lost, hurt, and alone. The end of a relationship can be a traumatic experience, and the process of recovery can take time and effort. Sometimes the period of recovery can be longer than expected, triggering anxiety or depression … Read more

What is a Spiritual Awakening?

What is a Spiritual Awakening? A spiritual awakening is the process of letting go of your ego, and waking up to a bigger picture of what you really are. From a spiritual perspective, the ego is a collection of automatic thoughts, memories and desires. We mistakenly believe that we are those thoughts and emotions, thinking … Read more