Category Archives: Counselling

The Stepping Stones of Grief Counselling. Helping you understand your experience.

An effective bereavement counsellor walks alongside you in your grief and in your process of mourning. As each person’s experience is an individual and complex one, so too will be the counselling journey. In his book, Grief Counselling and Grief …
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Relationship Counselling : Would You Rather Be Right or Loved? How to Communicate in your relationship

Communication Miracles for Couples is a wonderful book written by Jonathan Robinson. In this book he shares tools which can create communication miracles in your relationship. Robinson believes that we all want the same thing: Acknowledgment, Appreciation and Acceptance These …
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Counselling : What to Expect – Bronwyn Alleyne, Your Path Psychotherapy and Counselling Auckland

Is it most common to come to counselling when you are having troubles in your relationships or you are experiencing an emotional crisis or high levels of stress. Transitional changes in your life such as getting married, having a baby, …
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Grief and Choosing Your Future

Grief counselling is often only pursued when the process of grief becomes so overwhelming that your ability to function is impaired significantly. Or maybe you choose not to pursue counselling as your own resilience and life experience, and the love …
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Counselling at its Optimum

Carl Rogers, the father of person centred therapy, revolutionised counselling and psychotherapy. Roger’s articulated a philosophy of being. His main hypothesis was that “Individuals have within themselves vast resources for self-understanding and for altering their self-concepts, basic attitudes, and self-directed …
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