Another busy week of online counselling here in France. Week by week things move along in the business and I'm so pleased to be working on my therapy blog again. It's given me all kinds of ideas for counselling sessions for expats in light of the stress of Brexit, as well as offering my mental health MOT and one-off counselling sessions or blocks of sessions for a discounted rate. If you haven't seen them do check out my newly added services here www.harleycounselling.com/services.
I'm also going to be adding a resource page to my site soon where I'll be offering free counselling worksheets around issues like anxiety, self-esteem issues, relationships, depression, free couples therapy sheets and loads more so do check back soon to see if there's anything which might be useful.
In addition to this, I'm also going to be including some links to services which are useful - for example, Relate Couples Counselling, the BACP, MIND, Samaritans etc whom I know all have great quality content. I'm most interested however in the smaller sites, be they those of other therapists working privately who are looking to find more counselling clients or mental health websites or directories which would be useful to my blog readers. If you have any suggestions please do let me know in the comments.
Here's my links for this week, I hope you all have a great weekend. I have a lovely friend coming to visit next week so am really looking forward to the next few days but I'm sure I'll still make time to blog.
1) What therapy can help with - An A-Z of issues and concerns which may be helped by talking to a therapist - BACP
2) The Violation of Love Languages - Psychology Today
3) 'Chemsex' risk messages should target all, survey suggests - Reuters
Laura is an online talking therapist and writer specialising in working with millennials and the LGBTQI+ community.