Counselling and Coaching

The woman without all the answers

This blog post will contain links to a series of videos with tips and views on dealing with the coronavirus. I’ll update it when I record a new video. Like many of us, I’ve been feeling a bit overwhelmed by the enormity of the coronavirus crisis and not sure what I could do to help.

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Counselling and Coaching

BE a helper

The news is pretty depressing these days. If it’s not coronavirus it’s climate change or Brexit or  refugees or bush fires or the economy or cuts to social services or Trump or … well, I could go on but I don’t want to depress you further. It’s hardly surprising that we may feel a sense

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Counselling and Coaching

The sound of music

Doris Day died this week at the age of 97 (and yes, I know she wasn’t in The Sound of Music). My first thought on hearing this was to call my mum and tell her, before I remembered that she’s gone. My mum was a huge fan of Doris Day (and of musicals generally) and

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Counselling and Coaching

Get your head out of the sand … NOW!

Are you worried about your exams/assignments/studies? Are you stuck in the procrastination trap? Are you trapped by the avoidance delusion? Then this blog post is for you. It’s aimed primarily at students who are anxious about their studies and using avoidance to manage their anxiety, but the principles are equally applicable to other types of

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Exam Coaching

Zagazoo goes to High School (Part 1)

A few years ago some friends bought our son a book called Zagazoo. It’s a charming allegorical tale of a young couple who receive delivery of a parcel containing a Zagazoo. Over the years the Zagazoo goes through various stages involving constant crying, mess-creating, temper tantrums and mood swings but suddenly one day turns into

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