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COUNSELLING BLOG

Rituals

It’s my Nameday today which means I am celebrating the meaning of my first name. The importance of this day is close to my heart...
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Grief and closure

The first thing I got wrong about grief is closure. In bereavement, there is no such thing. There is the process. There is gradual healing....
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VIA Character Strengths

Something really interesting has happened to me this week. I prepared three out of four assignments for my course now, at its very early stage...
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Reflective writing

I am familiar with reflective writing since early years of schooling but now, as I am starting the work on bereavement support, I find it...
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Cognitive biases

I really, really enjoy browsing around Pinterest in my free time to find little things related to psychology or specific topics I might be studying....
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Emotions

Despite a physically challenging month, I am still sitting at my desk in the evenings and learning positive psychology. Learning about happiness and lack of...
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World Well-Being Project

I think it was a really good idea to study positive psychology this summer and autumn. I am finding it fascinating, obvious, uplisting but also...
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See you in a week

It was my last week at the care home this week and so I have promised some of the people I met there to come...
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