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Sharing is Caring

Sharing is Caring It’s important to realise what’s your feelings & what belongs to other people. We are surrounded by so many people at work at home in the community that it’s very easy to absorb other peoples energy especially negative vibes & unwittingly claim them as our own. In a nutshell as a example […]

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Low Self-esteem

Symptoms of low self-esteem feeling worthless feeling incompetent and unrealistic about our abilities feeling unloved being overwhelmed with fear and negative thoughts being unrealistic about goals being drawn into destructive relationships fear of change distorted views of self and others.   What causes low self-esteem? Our esteem develops from our experiences and relationships from birth. […]

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Insecurities

Emotional security is the measure of the stability of an individuala��s emotional state. Emotional insecurity or simply insecurity is a feeling of general unease or nervousness that may be triggered by perceiving of oneself to be vulnerable or inferior in some way, or a sense of vulnerability or instability which threatens onea��s self-image or ego. […]

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Family Problems

Reasons for family counselling disruption after separation or divorce or a new partner moving in problems with step-family life debt problems with adolescents or older children children leaving home unwanted pregnancy. (Please visit our whata��s worrying you section to find individual fact-sheets about the above areas.) The familya��s complex and unspoken rules can cause confusion […]

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Confidence

How is self-confidence different from self-esteem? Self-confidence differs from self-esteem, but a chance to look at the two traits is helpful to understand its potential. Although the two terms are used interchangeably there are differences which can have an impact on finding a way forward. The word a�?confidencea�� comes from the Latin word to trust […]

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Child Related Issues

How is counselling for young people different? Counselling for children and young people may differ from counselling for adults, and will depend on the childa��s age, specific difficulties and their development. Different methods may be used to encourage young children to be able to express their difficulties, such as play and art. For example, reading […]