Applying Daily life Metaphors in Counselling & Psychotherapy

[ad_1] I work a great deal with metaphors and several of my clients are gay adult men and lesbians. The strategy I use in counselling and psychotherapy is based on the principal that we interpret and make that means of lifetime as a result of the stories we explain to ourselves and other folks. These […]

Important Advice on Solving Marital Problems Through Relationship Counselling

[ad_1] Almost all married couples face conflicts with each other at some point in their life and look for effective ways to solve their problems. One of the best approaches to bringing peace and happiness in a relationship is by seeking professional counselling and marriage guidance. The best part of getting help from a marriage […]

Important Advice on Solving Marital Problems Through Relationship Counselling

[ad_1] Almost all married couples face conflicts with each other at some point in their life and look for effective ways to solve their problems. One of the best approaches to bringing peace and happiness in a relationship is by seeking professional counselling and marriage guidance. The best part of getting help from a marriage […]

Chinese Cultural Lack of Empathy in Development – Counselling Practice

[ad_1] Abstract In this paper I intend to explore the phenomenon of empathy or the lack there-of amongst the Chinese population. The evidence is mostly through observational techniques and interviews with Chinese commentaries about the findings. Empathy is the ability to understand the feelings of others by recognising their emotions, behavioural action and situation. This […]

Transactional Analysis Counselling and Psychotherapy in Organisations

[ad_1] Transactional Analysis: supporting people through rapid change Transactional Analysis is a theory developed by Dr. Eric Berne (1910-1970) in the 1950’s. The theory is underpinned by the philosophy that people can change and that we all have a right to be in the world and be accepted. The theory originated in the context of […]

The China Earthquake & Counselling Services

[ad_1] Abstract: This paper is in response to the work being carried out in China by counsellors in the field. China on May 12th suffered its worse earthquake for 30 years measuring 8 on the Richter scale, causing at this time over 70,000 deaths and millions of people homeless and injured. The Chinese government’s response […]

The Real Meaning (Freedom) of Counselling Relationships

[ad_1] Part One: I see a lot of people in this group talk of ethics in the counselling room, what I should do with my clients (patients) what I should not do? Can I do this or can I do that – what if this happens and what if that happens. I want to tell […]