Category Archives: Counselling & Stress Management

Information, tips & proven tools for effective STRESS MANAGEMENT

Poetry for the SOUL

As I shared in an earlier Blog, I like reading poems to clients as it allows them to explore intimate feelings that are buried in their subconscious and helps them identify how these feelings relate to their current life circumstances. … Continue reading

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STRESS & the seasons of LIFE

Are you in your mid-thirties or early forties and feeling some kind of a vague uneasiness or inner restlessness? I have definitely experienced phases like that but only made sense of it until recently when completing a coursera course on Emotional … Continue reading

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Creativity – Part I

Sparked on by my current coursera course “Creativity, Innovation, and Change” I felt inspired to write about creativity. I want to start off with debunking a basic myth: “EVERYONE is CREATIVE!” Yes, let that sink in for a moment. Creativity … Continue reading

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STRESS RELIEF – A personal EXPERIENCE

Stress comes at you from all angles anytime, any day. It does not wait for you to be ready for it. If you are not balanced or grounded then the tiniest thing can make you feel fatigued, tense, fed up … Continue reading

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MEANING and information in the NEW MILLENNIUM

I am very excited to have my mentor Dr Kaalii Cargill, (who has been an inspiration to me throughout my training as a Psychotherapist and continues to do so),  write a guest blog about our profession as Soul Centred Psychotherapists … Continue reading

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Struggling as an introvert in an extrovert world?

You are in good company – “Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Gandhi — all these peopled described themselves as quiet and soft-spoken and even shy. And they all took the spotlight, even though every bone in their bodies was telling them … Continue reading

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The therapeutic capacity of POETRY

I sometimes read poems to my clients as it’s a great way to circumvent defenses and tap into the unconscious. Often non-metaphorical literal language is not enough to capture the complexity of the emotional conflict a client is struggling with, … Continue reading

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