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I HATE YOU, DONT LEAVE ME?

THERAPY TODAY WAS A DISASTER WE TALKED ABOUT THE UPCOMING BREAK AND I GOT SO ANGRY WITH EILEEN BECAUSE I DONT WANT HER TO GO ON HOLIDAY NEXT WEEK I FEEL LIKE WE HAVENT REALLY PREPARED FOR IT I TOLD HER I THOUGHT IT WASNT FAIR THAT SHE’D ONLY HAD A WEEK AT EASTER SO WHY DID SHE NEED ANOTHER SO SOON? 608 more words

Personal

Back in the game

Last bus home on Tuesday from Leeds was uneventful in the end to say the least. No pissed-up olds with wet underwear in their handbags cackling away or dancing in the aisles. 459 more words

Dandelion and Burdock With Alys.

I’m a couple of days late this week, I guess I was too busy reading! This week I had my last counselling session and it went really well. 696 more words

Assorted Beverages With Alys

Feeling Powerless, Seeking the Powerful

ThisĀ is the secondĀ of seven posts in the Becoming a Wounded Healer: My Story Through Abuse series. All posts available here.

Although anger weighed heavily, I had little energy to deal with it given my depression and preparing for final exams before graduation. 781 more words

Jesus

What am I doing right?

What am I doing right?

Dear Friend!

When it gets to a point where it is making less and less sense, due to lack of receiving comprehension or confirmation on the direction and/or results. 540 more words

UEA Course Closures - An Attack on Values

The University of East Anglia (UEA) has decided to axe its renowned counselling courses, including the flagship intensive Post-Graduate Diploma in Person-Centred Therapy, from which I graduated in the late 90s. 2,576 more words

Counselling

The use of interpreters in psychological counselling settings

By Laurie Scarborough

In a country like South Africa, which has 11 official languages, there can be huge variety of language and culture. While this celebrates the diversity of the nation, it can create some challenges to mental health workers, who in South Africa are predominantly white and English-speaking. 3,715 more words