How to stay married by embracing change

2nd May 2017By Deborah

To Stay Married, Embrace Change. Embracing change is the key to staying married, so writes Ada Calhoun (The New York Times, 21st April 2017). Her excellent article cites change as the most common reason for divorce.     

Finding Solutions to Problems – E11, E18 Therapy

14th November 2016By Deborah

Finding Solutions to problems in E11 and E18 When it comes to finding solutions there is no one-size-fits-all.  I work with clients in east London in the Leytonstone (E11) and South Woodford area. Over the course of their therapy sessions with me clients are able to find solutions to their problems that are realistic, and because … Read More

Don’t Break the Chain

8th January 2015By Deborah

Happy new year. Don’t break the chain: I thought you may be interested in this idea of inch by inch progress.  It was advice given by Jerry Seinfeld to a comic who was asking for tips on how to make it in the industry.  I was struck by how well it fits with the solution-focused approach … Read More

Can Therapy Be Destructive?

7th May 2014By Deborah

Can therapy be destructive?  The short answer to this question is that, under certain circumstances, yes it can . It’s worth bearing the following in mind if you don’t want to come out of therapy with more problems than you had at the start: Any interpretations, analyses and opinions are, ultimately, simply the view of … Read More