Rumination is a part of being human - especially in times of stress. It's a star symptom in both anxiety disorders and depression - and if you're depressed or very anxious, rumination can feel like being stuck in a flood that threatens to drown you. But it doesn't have to. Because rumination is a kind of habit - and habits can be changed.
Some (Surprising) Things I Learned in Therapy.
Weird, counterintuitive and surprising insights gleaned from a lifetime of counselling.
A Handy Guide to the Helping Professions from the Australian Counselling Association.
One of the most common queries any Counsellor will get is "What's the difference..?" And it's a good question. What is the difference, for example, between a Counsellor and a Psychotherapist, a Counsellor and a Psychologist or a Counsellor and a Social Worker? At the end of this post you'll find a guide (published by … Continue reading A Handy Guide to the Helping Professions from the Australian Counselling Association.
“But I don’t WANT to meditate!”
How to use 'pacing' to make big changes in small steps.