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What to do if your partner rejects the idea of couples counselling?

Posted September 14th, 2021
[caption id="attachment_6181" align="aligncenter" width="680"]Annoyed couple ignoring each other Husband and wife sitting on the couch and not talking after an argument at home[/caption] When things go wrong in a relationship and you don’t know what to do to improve things, couples therapy can help you find a way forward. Perhaps you’re not communicating as well as you used to or are arguing all the time? Maybe it feels as if you’re drifting apart or there’s been a break of trust – whatever it is, something doesn’t feel good. At KlearMinds, our specially ...

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CBT What’s It All About?

Posted September 7th, 2021
CBT Therapy

Why do people keep talking about CBT

Much is written and much is talked about CBT or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. What is it? And how does it work?

What is it about?

CBT is based on the idea that our feelings, thoughts and actions are all connected. By changing one of these, we can change the others. So, with CBT, it is important for you and your therapist to work on understanding how your thoughts and actions affect the way you feel. It’s similar to other psychological therapies, ...

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Career Coaching

Posted August 27th, 2021
Career Coaching Feeling stuck in your job? Don't have any sort of work/life balance? Are you unable to progress or achieve a promotion? Or do you have circumstances that are impacting on your career?  If this sounds like you, coaching may be able to help. Career coaching can help you to understand and reach your career goals.  A coach is there to ask questions, give you guidance to help you overcome the challenges you’re facing in your job search.   It’s about working collaboratively with you to identify steps and aspirations. A ...

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Perfectionism and Me

Posted August 16th, 2021
Success coach Do you strive to do better, yet often fall short?  Do you want to improve, yet frequently feel a failure? Do you pay close attention to detail and want to get things right, but often feel that you're not good enough? If this sounds familiar, perhaps you're struggling with perfectionism?  Perfectionists are never happy with what they achieve.  After all, they can always do better and will often experience feelings of failure.  In part, this is because the goals set are often unrealistic and many times, impossible to reach.  Some ...

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Is online counselling as good as face-to-face meetings?

Posted August 13th, 2021
Online psychotherapy for depressed man Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, life seems to have moved online. From business meetings and social meet-ups to healthcare appointments, people now routinely interact on Zoom and many other similar platforms. At KlearMinds, online counselling sessions have always been available as a convenient alternative to meeting face-to-face. But is it equally effective to ‘meet’ in this way?

What is online counselling?

Virtual counselling sessions are one method for delivering talking therapies, making use of a laptop or desktop computer, or a mobile ...

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Filed Under: Counselling

Is your mid-life crisis ruining your marriage?

Posted July 28th, 2021
Man and Woman in Disagreement Are you having a mid-life crisis? However clichéd it sounds, it’s an experience that many people go through. Not only can this sharp reassessment of your life’s goals and priorities have a profound influence on the course of your own life, it will affect your relationship with others too. And if you’re married or in a long-term relationship, reviewing your commitment to your other half may be part and parcel of this often painful process.

How does a mid-life crisis manifest?

A ‘classic’ mid-life crisis can ...

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Filed Under: Relationships

Social Distancing No More

Posted July 12th, 2021
Anxiety Wordcloud After more than a year of isolation, regularly hearing messages like “stay home and stay safe”, from 19th July 2021 some big changes are taking place.  Many activities that were restricted or closed will now resume and the wearing of face masks will become voluntary.  For some, these changes will cause an increase in tension and some may feel more socially anxious than ever.  You are not the only one and if you are experiencing higher levels of anxiety, it’s understandable.

The Benefits

For some people, lockdown has increased ...

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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Posted June 28th, 2021
worried businesswoman sitting on bench in park Do you feel like you’ve fooled others about your accomplishments and it’s only a matter of time before you’re exposed as a fraud? Perhaps your success is all down to “luck” and you don’t really deserve it? Maybe you’ve felt like you’re pretending to be an adult who is capable of raising a child or buying a home, but really you’re only faking it. Many experience self-doubt, but if you regularly and persistently have a fear of being exposed as a “fraud”, despite evidence ...

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Filed Under: Self Confidence

7 mental health apps for 2021

Posted June 24th, 2021
Relaxed calm teen girl wearing headphones listening to soothing music We are living through historic times. It feels like the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to a shattering halt, prompting everyone to rethink the way they live. With that comes worry and anxiety – not just about the virus and how it affects our daily human interactions, but also about the consequences of its economic fallout. In these unprecedented times, our mental health is everything. At KlearMinds, we have been working with clients throughout the pandemic, providing online counselling, coaching ...

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Coping with Re-entry Anxiety After Covid

Posted June 10th, 2021
For much of the last year we’ve all been receiving messages like “stay home” and “stay safe”. More recently, the messages have changed and we are being encouraged to step out of our bubbles and reconnect – whether that means a gradual return to work, seeing friends or family in person, or being able to head back to the shops. It can take some time to change or undo messages we’ve been hearing for such a long time and so it’s pretty natural that we may experience an increase in anxiety ...

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Filed Under: Anxiety

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