An open letter to anonymous victims of abuse,
You don’t want to be a victim. You do not want to be seen as weak, scared and in many instances, doubted.
When dealing with abuse, the first assumption and what is often platformed, is to run straight away to report it. But you will likely find yourself here, reading this – in the interim. And this interim can be days, month or years.
In light of recent discussions in the news, we believe that it is vital that if you are a victim of abuse, that you have the information you need in order to understand what has happened and the freedom to decide your next steps. It’s your experience and your story, it is yours to do with as you wish.
Continue reading Understanding who you are as a victim of abuse | In the Interim
As we go through some of the most common misconceptions about starting therapy, I want to reiterate that your therapy experience is unique to you. A guide to therapy is something that you may look for to avoid doing or saying something wrong. But that just isn’t the case.
Continue reading Starting therapy guide? | The 2nd thing your therapist wants you to know.
I get asked multiple questions from people regarding what they should expect before starting therapy. Not only that, but what a therapist would expect from them.
After many years I have noticed a pattern of questions, so I want to settle a lot of myths once and for all.
Continue reading Starting Therapy | The 1st thing your therapist wants you to know.
Starting therapy can feel like a daunting process. Your issues are your own. They are unique to you and your own situation.However, most people tend to ask the same questions before starting therapy.
Continue reading Your therapy questions: answered