If you're looking for some well-written, psychology non-fiction that's perfect for non-professionals, here are some of my favourites. These are some books I personally love and found thought provoking in one way or another. Grief Works by Julia Samuel This is a brilliant book for anyone who has ever lost a loved one. Divided into … Continue reading Inspiring Psychology Books
I'm sure you've heard some couples say something along the lines of "We have to stay together for the kids." Perhaps you've also wondered if that's the right way to go in your situation. After all, articles, books and other media tend to demonise divorce and its impact on the family. Although divorce can definitely … Continue reading Divorce & Kids: not always what it seems
Anxiety is one of the most common reasons people attend psychotherapy. That’s hardly surprising, seeing as it can really wreak havoc in people’s lives. From sleepless nights to missing out on social events, anxiety has a sneaky way of really affecting your quality of life. What strategies can you use to cope with anxiety? What … Continue reading How to cope with anxiety
It seems as though the terms “psychotherapy” and “counselling” have become somewhat of a buzzword. We see these words all over social media and in countless articles online. But although these concepts are pretty much everywhere, it’s hard to find a clear-cut definition. Without the knowledge in place, how can we begin to recognise if … Continue reading What is Psychotherapy and Counselling?