Monthly Archives: March 2016


Traditionally Easter, for many people, is a time of worship, connecting with family and eating. It can be an opportunity to rest and reflect – but it can also feel busy and rushed.  I found lots of interesting information on mindful eating at Easter – and I think this is something definitely worth trying,  given […]

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I  just love this video. It was designed by a 12 year old school girl and I thought you might enjoy it too. She includes a list of scientists, writers, entrepreneurs and other famous people who have been diagnosed with dyslexia. The video encourages people with dyslexia to not lose sight of their dreams. Take […]

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You Don’t Need Therapy

I’ve been reading a paper called ‘Why we need Therapy – and Why it Works.’ As counsellors, it is comforting to know that we have science on our side, so we can remain gainfully employed and not be taken over by robots. The author Louis Cozolino, is a psychologist and expert in the neuroscience of optimal (and sub-optimal) functioning. […]

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Living with Others

This website looks like a great resource broadly.  I have picked out this particular ‘blog’ on living with others as this tends to be an issue we see at this time of the year. Let us know what you think of the site and please share any ideas you have – always happy to include […]

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Tiny Buddha

  I came across this website/ blog, Tiny Buddha recently after it was recommended by a student. The few post I have read are lovely and insightful, and worth taking the time to read. Topics include; Cultivating Purpose Letting go of “shoulds” Do what you love and You don’t need to fix the past in […]

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