Common Parenting Mistakes – The Interfering Parent

Before you read on, please know that all parents are amazing and all parents (with the very odd exception) do the job to the best of their abilities. At least that is what I have to tell myself every now and again! Our parenting style will be a unique blend of our personality type, our […]

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Happy Holidays???

Well, that’s it now! School is officially out for the summer as the amazing Alice cooper once said – apologies for the ear bug!! As a school counsellor, my work does not always end when school ends. Increasingly, I find myself working with children who are making the scary transition from Primary School to High […]

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Why Introverts might love January

Phew, thank goodness that’s over for another year!! I have an INFJ personality type. It is said that I am the rarest personality type with less than 1% of “me’s” in the World population! I think that’s pretty cool but it does cause problems when I talk about my introversion to my amazing Extroverted friends […]

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Dying to Talk???

A Guide to Bereavement for Parents, Carers and Educators Recent Armistice events have seen us all exposed to the immense bravery of the Men, Women and animals who gave their lives to save ours. There has also, been much talk of loss. When talking to young adults about bereavement, we, as the adults who want […]

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Gee – A real life story – Part 2

Following the success of the first part of Gee’s Story, I feel honoured to share her next chapter with you. It’s almost impossible to sum up in a relatively short blog post, the trials and triumphs of Gee and many others like her but i’ll give it a try. Please also look out for another […]

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