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Summer Price Promotion

Summer Price Promotion

After the high response to the Winter Days promotion, We have decided that this type of price promotion is really helping people with the cost of accessing counselling. We see this as a real win/win for A Space for Me and our clients. With this in mind, we want to extend the price promotion throughout the Summer period. We hope this can be of some assistance to people out there who want fast access to therapeutic help, in these times when household budgets are being squeezed.

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Posted by Richard | Jun 07, 2018


The Winter Days Counselling Promotion

The Winter Days Counselling Promotion

The Grey skies, the short days, long nights and the cold temperatures. This can be a difficult time of year for many people in terms of managing their mental well-being. At A Space for Me we recognise this and would like to help with the following promotion.

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Posted by Richard | Feb 16, 2018


A few thoughts on grief...

A few thoughts on grief...

When we suffer a loss, a process of adaptation and adjustment begins. This process is called grief. Helping a bereaved person through their loss will often involve the people closest to them creating an environment where they are able to work through their grief. This can be very difficult for some people. Here are a few thoughts on why I think this could be.

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Posted by Richard | Jan 30, 2018


The thoughts behind the anger.

The thoughts behind the anger.

It's probably safe to say that many of us have got angry over the past year. Most of us will also admit that it is not a feeling we are very comfortable with. We can all readily pinpoint the source for the anger when questioned. Can we be sure this is the true motivation behind the anger?

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Posted by Richard | Jan 12, 2018


Am I just a "born worrier"?

Am I just a

A "born worrier" is a term often assigned to people who are suffering from Generalised Anxiety Disorder. It is unfair to burden people with this term as no one is born and destined to live their lives in this way. Anxiety can be successfully treated so the sufferer can learn to manage it and live a more enjoyable and productive life.

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Posted by Richard | Jan 04, 2018


What life stage are you going to be in this Christmas?

What life stage are you going to be in this Christmas?

As we enter into the festive period my thoughts go to Soren Kierkegaard's view on modes of existence and how relevant they seem to me during this time of year.

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Posted by Richard | Dec 16, 2017


How to prepare for your first therapy session

How to prepare for your first therapy session

An interesting little article in the Metro about Ellen Scott's experience with preparing herself for her first therapy session. I have adapted it in places to widen the scope a little.

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Posted by Richard | Oct 31, 2017


We are in print!

We are in print!

Take a look at our advert on page 14 of the Bramley newspaper

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Posted by Richard | Oct 12, 2017


Six steps to improving mental wellbeing at work

Six steps to improving mental wellbeing at work

Three in five employees have experienced mental health issues in the past year because of work, according to YouGov. What steps can be taken to improve wellbeing in the workplace?

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Posted by Richard | Oct 12, 2017


Conversion Therapy

Conversion Therapy

The Church of England's General Synod has joined the campaign to ban conversion (reparative) therapy.

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Posted by Richard | Sep 25, 2017