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AN ODE TO LONELINESS

Feeling a sense of loneliness.  Welcome to my Blog on An Ode to Loneliness.  This is a Harvard Article which says that “loneliness is on the rise among young people”.  It gives information on how the phenomenon affects youth mental and physical health – and what can be done about it.

To read more click on the link below:

https://magazine.hms.harvard.edu/articles/alone-crowd?utm_source=AcousticMailing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=HMM-Spring%202023-OCER%20July%20(1)%20remainder&utm_content=HMmagazine_July23

 

HOW CAN I HELP AS A THERAPIST FOR LONELINESS

I am a psychotherapeutic counsellor and hypnotherapist who works with a lot of College or University Students of 18 years and over.   If you are experiencing any mental or physical symptoms related to loneliness, low mood, anxiety or depression, or even feel vulnerable and fearful in your internal world then I can help you.  I can offer you the space and support required whilst managing your circumstances, as together we explore the thoughts and feelings that have created you to feel the way you currently feel in your internal world, and the belief behind it. This allows you to have the time to reflect and understand yourself, better and your situation as you are able to identify where this all comes from.    This will allow you to view things in a different more constructive light as your perspective changes.  By restoring balance and regulation back into your life you can personally grow, develop and move forwards in a more positive, confident and connected manner.

Sessions are offered in a safe, calm and tranquil setting whilst offering an environment which is confidential, open, empathetic, congruent (genuine) and non-judgemental warmth.

If you are interested in finding out more, and are ready to make change, then take that first positive step today by emailing me at belinda@breathofchange.org.uk or by giving me a call on

07973 410375 / 020 8873 2843

As in the words of Oscar Wilde “be yourself, everyone else is taken!”