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Pandemic, climate change, war… how to protect ourselves and our children from systemic trauma

7 months ago

We might not be able to fully protect our children from the world we have created for them, but we can limit some of the damage. We can hold them – both physically and metaphorically. Here’s how:


Embracing transitions is the key to cope with life changes

2 years ago

Here is a summary of my key notes that I want to share with you who are currently undergoing a change or going through a transition.


An alternative way to find the right therapist

3 years ago

I often come across articles offering advice on how to find the right therapist. They usually direct you to assume a consumer approach and ask questions about qualifications, skills, cost, etc. These are sensible questions but the answers will not necessarily lead you to the right therapist. My advice is to find someone who cares.


Techniques to deal with anger

4 years ago
anger techniques

Learning how to manage our anger is a skill that can be learned and we ought to prioritise how to train our mind in order to better manage our emotions in these situations. By doing so, we protect the quality of our relationships with others.


How to raise children who care

4 years ago

All you need to focus on is your role as a parent now and trust that this will help your little ones to build skills to last a lifetime. Your daughter won’t be scratching her friends when she goes to university and your son won’t be biting his co-workers when he starts a job (if they do, you should probably get in touch with me then!). So, what can you do now?