Micro-cheating is the latest word to describe infidelity and poses the question: are you really having an affair? And if you’re not really having an affair, is your behaviour such that it is leading up to one? As a relationship therapist a large proportion of my work is helping clients deal with the, often destructive, … Read More
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I see many couples online whose relationship is in trouble following an affair. Often these couples are unsure if they want to continue with the relationship. They’re not sure if or how trust can be rebuilt. Those who decide to split up often need help figuring out how to end the relationship, while still co-parenting … Read More
Taking the long view is ultimately better for mental health as ‘We Aren’t Built to Live in the Moment’. This excellent article by Martin Seligman and John Tierney argues that we are not prisoners of the present and the past because we are able to imagine and shape our futures. In doing so we can … Read More
It’s something of a relief to read that others out there in the world consider their parenting skills as a ‘work in progress’. Enjoy!
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 lack of change as the most common reason for divorce. Solution focused therapy helping towards change Using solution-focused therapy I work (online) with many couples who are struggling … Read More
Viewing rejection as helpful is not a perspective that readily springs to mind. This article, which was on the opinion page of the Guardian some time ago, is worth a read. It concludes with the statement: “A rejection doesn’t mean you failed. It means you tried. Try again“.
Take the plunge, make the big change, say no to the status quo-a new year is about to begin! Fear breeds inertia, whereas taking risks will boost your confidence and forward momentum, Oliver Burkeman says. To new clients: I now work online via zoom. Yes, I made a big change! True that it’s at a … Read More
Finding Solutions to problems online in solution-focused therapy When it comes to finding solutions there is no one-size-fits-all. I work with clients online. Over the course of their therapy sessions with me clients are able to find solutions to their problems that are realistic, and because their solutions fit with their lives they are easier … Read More
I specialise in online solution-focused brief therapy working with couples, individuals, and families from around the world. Counselling online enables me to see clients from many countries and to keep my fees low. Solution-focused therapy – why clients come to my online counselling practice Clients come to see me because they are looking for a … Read More