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List of Things to Expect when attending a Therapy Session

If you haven’t been to a therapy session before then you may be wondering what to expect. Understanding what happens during sessions is beneficial as it can put your mind at ease and help you feel more positive about sessions. The team at Relatene London have come up with a list of different things you can expect from Therapy Sessions. Things you can expect from a therapy session are: Signing forms Talking about problems going over sessions What a Therapy Session do for you   Therapy can be used for a number of reasons, including major life changes and getting…

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Phobia of Dentists In Glasgow? Try Our CBT Therapy Sessions

Dental Phobia Many among us have a strong phobia of our dentist. About 1 in 4 people, according to the NHS, fear a trip to their dentists. Nevertheless, there are ways to make your trips to dentists in Glasgow more pleasant, even if you are anxious. Finding an understanding dentist who specialises in dental anxiety, like The Berkeley Clinic, can be a great first step. However, at Relate North East London we can help you with some new forms of therapy like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) that can help you to overcome the fear of your dentists in Glasgow.

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Ways That Mediation Sessions Can Help You Solve Your Problems

  Mediation sessions offer help to couples who have decided to split up, or who already divorced, to speak to one another without conflict in order to sort out problems they may have. At the sessions, help and advice is given to these couples to solve their problems and come to fair decisions.  Some of the most common problems that can be spoken about at Mediation Sessions are: Family issues Money disputes Property complications Relationship obstacles Mediators help make goals and written agreements that suit all the family members, in all different situations so that everyone gets the same fair…

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Tips for Overcoming Car Accident Trauma & Retaking Driving Lessons in Glasgow

A car accident can be an extremely traumatic experience, even minor crashes can leave people feeling anxious and scared to get back in a car, especially getting back in behind the wheel. This article will give you a helping hand of what to do to cope with your trauma and get back to your daily life and activities again. Just remember that everyone deals with these things differently, some will be fine after driving once, some may need psychotherapy and some may wish to opt for driving lessons in Glasgow to help get their confidence back up, some may want…

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Sceptical About Counselling? Here is All You Need to Know About Why It Works

Understanding what we are feeling and why we are feeling it is a huge part of being human. Unfortunately, it isn’t always that simple. Many people struggle to come to terms with their emotions or even identify specific emotions and their causes. This can lead to being overwhelmed by them and even result in the breakdown of relationships. Talking therapies such as counselling are a great way for people to air out their struggle with emotions in a safe and confidential environment. By going over the details of events, circumstances and behaviours of ourselves and the people around us it…

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Guide on How to Tell Your Significant Other that You’re in Therapy

We all know that relationships are tough. Whether it’s getting used to a new partner’s annoying habits or keeping the romance alive in a twenty-year marriage, relationships take work. Of course, one of the toughest things in a relationship is letting your significant other know all the little things about you that you usually keep private. Although it isn’t essential to share every single tiny detail of our existence, it is important, to be honest with your partner and let them get to know the real you. The fact that you are in therapy is one of the things that…

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Booked Your First Mediation Session? Here’s How to Prepare:

Mediation is when you go to a qualified third party to resolve a dispute without going to court. A mediator is someone who holds mediation sessions and acts as an impartial witness to discussions. The mediator will keep the conversation flowing and interject if someone is not contributing effectively or becoming hostile. Mediation has been used for years to solve contract disputes, disputes with neighbours, but most commonly family disputes, specifically divorce and separation. Although this is a very responsible and healthy route to go down, awaiting a mediation session can cause a lot of anxiety and distress in many…

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