Tag: Sandrine Berho-Lavigne

Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!

Join us, the 4.7 million self-employed workers in the UK and, no longer be snowed under, enjoy being snowed in! 7.30am. The silence is deafening. The brightness through the glazed bathroom window confirms my suspicions. The beast from the east, as the media call the icy blast, has hit North Wales. A thick white blanket Read More

Solution Focused Brief Therapy: It Does Work

So, save time and money, and reach for the sky! When my clients describe their experience of counselling, the same pattern regularly emerges: a set number of weekly sessions, usually between six and fifteen, an hour in length more often than not, with a counsellor specialised in one approach, whether it be psychodynamic, behavioural, person-centred Read More

Holistic Counselling

At best, “So … what is it that you do … exactly?” or something along those lines is what people ask when they stop at my table in MBS events. All have heard of counselling; many have tried it; few have anything good to say about their experience of it; fewer still have seen it Read More

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