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Havant Counselling Services

Posted by on 20 Oct, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Havant Counselling Services

NEW Havant Counselling Services open in November 2016: http://HavantCounselling.com/

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Waterlooville Counselling

Posted by on 16 Oct, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Waterlooville Counselling

NEW counselling practice open in Waterlooville: http://WaterloovilleCounselling.co.uk/

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NCS Professional Membership

Posted by on 13 Sep, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

NCS Professional Membership

Dean Richardson becomes accredited member of the National Counselling Society.

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Chief Justice John Roberts’s dissent

Posted by on 26 Jun, 2015 in Blog, LGBT Relationships | 0 comments

Chief Justice John Roberts’s dissent

Chief Justice John Roberts's dissent to making gay marriage legal across the US.

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Transitioning (F2M) “Q&A part II”

Posted by on 13 Jun, 2015 in Gender | 0 comments

Transitioning (F2M) “Q&A part II”

Transitioning Q&A

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Silence in Counselling

Posted by on 5 Jun, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Silence in Counselling

Some worry that when they are not talking in counselling that it has become a waste of time. Let me show you silence…

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Telling the Client what they Don’t want to Hear

Posted by on 29 May, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Telling the Client what they Don’t want to Hear

When I listen to a client tell their story, I'm not just listening to the words. I'm also listening to my internal responses: to how my emotions are reacting, to if my body is responding. I'm "listening" to how everything that is me is receiving the client's story. As a psychodynamic counsellor, I'm paying attention to my counter-transference.

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Why I charge the full fee for DNA’d sessions.

Posted by on 27 Sep, 2014 in About Counselling | 0 comments

Why I charge the full fee for DNA’d sessions.

You may think that if you don't attend a counselling session you should not have to pay. Here are my reasons why I will still charge you in your absence.

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Why Counselling is like Decorating a Room (An Analogy)

Posted by on 16 Aug, 2014 in About Counselling | 0 comments

Why Counselling is like Decorating a Room (An Analogy)

A question I'm asked us: "what is it like to go into counselling?" Let me draw you a parallel with decorating a room

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December 2014 date for British Civil Partnership Conversions

Posted by on 26 Jun, 2014 in Gay Male Couples, Lesbian Couples, LGBT, LGBT, LGBT Relationships | 0 comments

December 2014 date for British Civil Partnership Conversions

British Government to announce the first date couples already in civil partnerships can convert to marriage will be 10 December 2014.

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