Month: July 2012

Depression was all I knew..so it was natural to talk about it.

In four days time, you will be able to hear an interview I did with Carlette Ritter on BlogTalk Radio (see page above for details). When we were discussing potential subjects, there was only one that came to mind, the impact of depression on sufferers and loved ones alike. It was only natural that this would be…

On the subject of Suicide…..

The subject of suicide is always heavily covered in the news , (It is a little known fact that more suicides occur in summer than in winter ). Despite that,  most studies suggest that suicide rates are rising.  Statistics from the WHO say that over one million people commit suicide every year and this figure is increasing every year. That is one…

Working online means new challenges for therapist and client alike.

Online therapy is relatively new and not yet fully accepted by everyone. When you browse articles on this topic, you generally find that the main issues center around privacy concerns, proposed regulation and the usual chatter from psychotherapists stuck in the Freudian era. However, there are some studies, the most recent in Australia, stating that…

Working hard on core beliefs….

My clients have been doing some serious work lately….leading to a few AHA moments. There have been some exciting times in my practice in the last few weeks. Whether it is with my more traditional face to face clients or the exciting new world of online therapy, the message is the same. Hard work brings…