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Counselling For Managing Mild Depressive States

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Counselling can help manage mild depressive states, yet depression itself, according to the NHS website, is more than simply feeling unhappy or fed up for a few days.  Most people go…
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Counselling Helping Addiction

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ADDICTION – WHAT IS IT? According to the Collin’s English Dictionary, the meaning of addiction is “an inability to stop doing or using something, especially something harmful, i.e. drug addiction…
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Using Counselling to Develop Self-Compassion

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Counselling Self-Compassion Self-Compassion is about extending a feeling of compassion towards one’s self in times of perceived inadequacy, failure or general suffering because all human beings deserve compassionate understanding, not…
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Using Counselling To Help With Anger

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Self-harm is often categorised under the heading of self-injury together with self-mutilation or self-abuse. “Self-harm” is often thought about in terms of specific behaviours, e.g. cutting or burning, but this…