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Working from Home Tips

Working from Home tips and ideas are very useful as COVID continues more of us remain working from home rather than going back into the office. Working from home can be a double edged sword, on the one hand you won’t have your daily commute, sitting in traffic or battling with train delays and bad […]

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Cascade Sci Arts In Portal Immersive Arts Project

Cascade Sci Arts In Portal is a new project being developed by a colleague of mine, Wanjiku. Cascade Sci Arts collaborates with artists, scientists and experts through lived experience, to develop events that enhance mood and sense of wellbeing in a positive way. Cascade Sci Arts Ambitions are “to create non-medical and non-chemical resources that […]

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World Mental Health Day 10 October 2021

World Mental Health day is recognised by the World Health Organisation on 10 October. The overall objective of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental health. The Day provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues […]

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Struggling with Food and Losing Weight

Struggling with food and losing weight can be hard, many of us use food as a way to cope with the stress of life, to celebrate big occasions, just think of birthdays, weddings, Christmas. Food punctuates our day giving it structure, it is an opportunity to come together with others in convivial way. It can […]

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Tips for better Sleep

Tips for better Sleep, better sleep for better mental health. We have all struggled at some point in our lives to get to sleep at night or are awakened numerous times because our minds won’t stop whirring. We have all had that familiar feeling the next day of a heavy or foggy head, finding it […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Seasonal Affective Disorder commonly call SAD is a type of depression that comes and goes as the seasons change. Most people report experiencing severe symptoms of SAD in the winter and less in the summer, although this is not always the case. The cause of SAD is not known, but it is thought that it […]

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Change and the Changing of the Seasons

Change and the changing of the seasons – this blog looks at how nature can be our guide through change and give us important lessons on embracing impermanence. Winter, Spring, Summer and autumn, as we approach the end of summer and the beginning of autumn I am reminded of the constant cycle of loss and […]

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World Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day is on 10th September every year. It is hosted by The International Association for Suicide Prevention.  The IASP “is dedicated to preventing suicide and suicidal behaviour and to alleviate its effects.” If you have suicidal thoughts and feelings you are not alone. One in five of us think about suicide in […]

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Decluttering for Mental Health

Decluttering for Mental Health – decluttering and tidying up has become increasingly popular in recent years. You may have heard of Marie Kondo from Japan who is a tidying expert and asks you to consider whether your items “spark joy” before you decide whether to keep them or discard them. (Her website has a lot […]

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Psychotherapy and Counselling Supervision

Psychotherapy and Counselling Supervision is something that Paul Carter can offer for qualified and trainee counsellors and psychotherapists for their clinical work with clients. For the BACP… Supervision is a value of the Ethical Framework and all registered members must agree to engage in supervision appropriate to their practice. The Ethical Framework defines supervision as: “A specialised form of […]

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Counselling Support no matter your locationRemote counselling sessions delivered online or over the phone

Because of the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, my face to face counselling services are closed until further notice.

However, I am able to offer counselling sessions via telephone or online video calling. There are many advantages to this, such as keeping yourself and others safe, but you may find it's more convenient to have your sessions from the comfort of your own home as well as saving time and money.

My services are no longer restricted to a location and you are welcome to contact me if you need support regardless of where you live. Call now on 07843 813 537 to book your first session or if you would just like a friendly chat about your issues and how I can help.

- Paul Carter