I am so grateful at how well working with clients is going online. The idea that I could only connect and help someone by physically being with them – turns out not to be the truth at all. I have been seeing clients for many years online and my online caseload has increased due to the … More How seeing your therapist online is where it’s at…
As a psychotherapist I sometimes get invited to write for the Irish Farmer’s Journal by the extremely compassionate journalist Maria Moynihan. This is a particularly touching letter and response I wrote that might help some of you dealing with or in the throws of grief… I write this letter with a heavy heart. I also … More On living when death is closeby…
YOU may be suitable for more peace in your life!! … More Can you allow a therapist support you?
What is Social Media etiquette? Some girls were sent to ‘finishing school’ to learn manners and deportment up to the 1960’s. This nowadays seems to be mainly a ‘thing of the past’ However all of you (including me the writer) still need to be reminded of manners and etiquette in your lives and … More Social Media Etiquette
It happens some of you as adults, you get stuck in a ‘child’ or that ‘paralysed feeling’ place. You might actually have ‘the good enough life’ – career, spouse, children, friends, nice car, choice of holidays, beautiful house, stylish clothes etc. etc. You might ask yourself – Why am I still feeling so empty at … More Waiting..
Published on the Daily Star Irish Newspaper on Christmas Ev and on the Mymind.org blog: As Andy Williams sings, ‘It’s the most wonderful time of the year with the kids jingle belling and everyone telling you be of good cheer It’s the most wonderful time of the year!!’ What a message! Yes, Christmas can potentially … More Mindfulness at Christmas