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What is the Conversational Model of Therapy?

Understanding the Conversational Model of therapy The Conversational Model of Therapy (CMT) is a contemporary form of relational psychotherapy that evolved from psychoanalytic psychotherapy. It integrates aspects of neuroscience, developmental psychology, and linguistics, and is used primarily for treating disorders of self. CMT is based on the premise that our sense of self develops out […]

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Why grief has no end date: Dealing with the different stages of grief

The terms ‘grief’ and ‘bereavement’ are often associated with each other. We expect people to go through the grieving process after the loss of a loved one. However, did you know that we can also experience grief after other forms of loss? Grief is an emotional process we go through when we mourn the loss […]

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Complex Trauma: How your past can affect your future

What is Complex Trauma? Experiencing trauma at any age can take a toll on your mental health. But it is the repeated experience of trauma in early childhood and beyond that has been labelled, ‘complex trauma’. This trauma can be the result of a range of things such as domestic violence, parental drug and alcohol […]

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Personal Boundaries – You Can Say No!

Learn how to set personal boundaries with these 5 proven methods Personal boundaries are crucial for healthy relationships and a healthy life. Personal boundaries are the physical, emotional and mental limits that you set to protect yourself from being manipulated by anyone else. They allow you to truly know who you are, and how you […]

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How To End Your Relationship With Your Therapist

All good things come to an end – even counselling Here’s how to deal with the conclusion of your therapeutic process The end of counselling is inevitable and may occur for a number of reasons. You’ve reached your goals, you or your therapist may be moving, you may have decided you’ve had enough for now […]

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