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Therapy for Business

Therapy for Business

Therapy for business? Why would a business work with me, a therapist, for dealing with their work-related issues? First of all, let’s get the obvious out of the way – you’re a person, an individual. If you are the business or part of a larger team...
Comparisons

Comparisons

Comparisons. One of the common issues that I work on with clients is with making comparisons – comparing themselves with others.   That’s not the issue.   It is the conclusions that we draw from that comparison that is the issue. All too commonly it is yet...
Planning is helpful, but…

Planning is helpful, but…

Planning is a useful and helpful skill. It gives us the opportunity to prepare for a variety of outcomes or possibilities that may be different from what we might expect. There’s a phrase that I became aware of a few years ago – “No plan survives first contact...
Anxiety

Anxiety

Anxiety – a mental condition characterised by excessive apprehensiveness about real or perceived threats. Even as therapists, no matter what the approach, we never know exactly what it is that is going to make the difference. For some the process is the...
Hangovers

Hangovers

I send out 1 or 2 newsletters a month. The moment I press ‘send’ I get what Brené Brown calls a “vulnerability hangover”. Have I shared too much? Will it come across as self-indulgent when I write to provide context, understanding and realisation? Immediately I start...