Posts Tagged: counselling

Passive abuse in your relationship?

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There are many forms of abuse that may occur in a relationship. Most abuse is recognised as “active abuse,” but there is another, less recognised form of abuse too; “passive abuse,” which can be equally destructive to relationship quality. The dynamics of passive abuse are related and similar to the dynamics of passive aggression.

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Life Coaching and Counselling

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In many respects Life Coaching and Counselling are similar; they are both aiming at making your life more rewarding and fulfilling. Often the two processes are overlapping and complementary to one another, but they tend to start from different positions.

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Mindfulness-based therapy

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Research on mindfulness-based approaches is increasing rapidly, and is finding more and more evidence that mindfulness-based therapy can help alleviate a variety of mental health problems and improve psychological functioning.

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Gestalt Awareness and Dialogue

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Gestalt, or Gestalt therapy is a phenomenological-existential approach to counselling, psychotherapy, personal development and growth. Awareness and dialogue are the two primary components in the Gestalt approach.

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