Here are my latest tweets from my Twitter feed.
A story of online counselling from a client's point of view. "Like all appointments you just go face to face. Having done it online I wish I'd done that from the start"
Thought I could share what I have found during my weekend walk.
Words of hope and ...questions not only for children, give it a go!
This is a kind and helpful link showing how to be close to someone dying whilst you are not able to stay physically there with them.
Diring these difficult times there are still ways to be connected and say goodbye in a meaningful way.
How to stay mentally healthy during uncertain times:
🏃♀️ Keep active
🌿 Immerse yourself in nature
🙏 Focus on the present
💕 Practise kindness
🌈 Focus on what's good
📚 Keep learning
👍 Concentrate on strengths
How to keep mentally healthy during uncertain times
How individuals & families can stay as physically and mentally healthy as possible during the crisis
A really good reading for couples stuck at home
thanks to @sharpe_gavin!
Til Coronavirus Do Us Apart - Riviera Wellbeing
How couples can survive their relationships during Coronavirus lockdown. As a relationship and sex therapist, I sense that this period will test even ...
1/5 Past traumas can & are being triggered by our current pandemic & can show up as anxiety, depression, anger, feeling disconnected & in our self-protective responses of fight, flight and freeze.
Get in touch with someone you care and have a laugh together.
Humour is a cushion, a weapon, and a medicine.
We can get closer with a giggle, even if we stay at home. 🙌🙌
#StayHome #staysafe #StayConnected
These are challenging times, extraordinary measures have been put in place
Social distancing does not have to be social isolation
My services are available via phone call, WhatsApp FaceTime and Skype
#StayHome #stayconnected #StaySafe #TogetherAtHome
Second day training on the 'WEB OF SHAME' , looking forward a packed day of insight and learning.
After that, a well needed restful weekend!
‘I was an intruder’: what it’s like to be your parents’ least favourite child
âI was an intruder‘: what it‘s like to be your parents‘ least favourite child
Many mothers and fathers admit to having a preferred child â and experts say that being a sidelined sibling can cause serious problems
I was taken into care at two years old – what really happened?
I was taken into care at two years old â what really happened?
The aftershocks of growing up poor affect me every day. I set out to solve the puzzle of my early years
Today is intl workers' day. My thoughts go to all I met and will meet, who work hard and unconventional hours, housewives, carers, students, admin, and many others from all walks of life! As a therapist I am blessed about having the opportunity of meeting so many wonderful people
I hear about "having a productive weekend", "constructive outcomes".
How about trying an experiment during these cold days and sip a good cuppa, or watch a movie?
Taking care of us can just be about doing nothing.
My experiment starts now🙌
Samaritans are really a good bunch of people, I have still good memories when I was with them.
You can trust and call 'em any time even this time of the year.
Samaritans on Twitter
“Christmas Day can be tough for many people for so many different reasons. We're here to listen if you're struggling today 💚”
Today I have been reminded of the world-changing process that compassion can make with our dark sides of rage, hatred, and many more.
This festive time let's try to look at ours and others dark sides with compassion. #compassion #selfcare #festiveseason
Loneliness hits young people, it would be a big misconception to relate it only with old age
BBC News - What is it like to live without any friends?
What is it like to live without any friends?
New research by the British Red Cross suggests one in five UK adults don't have any close friends.
On healing. Comics speak so much to me.
Wellcome Collection on Twitter
“Airing our wounds and cleaning our psyches are just some of the ways we heal ourselves. Another Body Squabble from resident artist @robertbidde...
This was a difficult start, I don’t like ‘labels’
I kept listening
Well, I believe there is a lot to think about how we all relate with each other, tech and ourselves
A beautiful challenging reflection on happiness, patience, gratification and social media