Month: May 2020

Emma Leeper

Emma is a qualified integrative psychotherapist, registered with the BACP, and working in private practice since 2014.  She’s worked in London and Bristol providing therapeutic support face to face and online and spent a number of years delivering support in the third sector before moving into private practice.  Grief work was the first area of therapeutic …

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Gardening in a Time of Grief

Today we’re welcoming a guest blogger, Mary Walsh, whose dad sadly died recently. This Mental Health Awareness Week we’re grateful to Mary for encouraging us to focus on allowing ourselves to grieve in the ways that feel right for us – and for Mary, in nature. “I lost my dad a few weeks ago.  It …

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Be kind… it starts with you

One of the most effective questions I’ve found to ask clients who present with a scenario on which they want advice is, “What would you say if your best friend asked you the same thing?” Very often this comes up when working with relationship issues and they’ve just told me a story that involves behaviour …

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Jamie Fearn

Jamie Fearn is a counsellor, Hakomi practitioner, trainer and coach, with a focus on supporting people who have been bereaved and also helping those who help others. Having worked within education for 18 years, Jamie now works for herself and continues to facilitate groups including a local Death Cafe and introductory workshops to Hakomi, which …

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