Self-Help: Managing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – Schwartz’ Four Step Method

Working on the Four Step Method, or a similar CBT method, you can begin to manage the distressing condition of Obsessive Compulsive DisorderAll content on Self-Help: Managing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – Schwartz’ Four Step Method belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]

Eating Disorders: A Case Example & What to Expect from Counselling

Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa are widely recognised eating disorders. Seeking help to talk about these feelings and exploring the reasons beneath them is paramount to recovery.All content on Eating Disorders: A Case Example & What to Expect from Counselling belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]

Top Ten Myths about Counselling & Therapy

Counselling and psychotherapy can benefit those struggling with many issues, yet some myths about therapy can leave us feeling that counselling isn’t for us. All content on Top Ten Myths about Counselling & Therapy belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy vs CBT: Which to Choose?

A clear explanation of psychodynamic psychotherapy vs CBT – the differences and the pros and cons of these two dominant therapies, to help you decideAll content on Psychodynamic Psychotherapy vs CBT: Which to Choose? belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]

Seasonal Joy or Lonely in a Crowd? Planning for Sad Times

If the coming holiday season does not feel you with joy, owing to hurtful memories and painful absences, you can plan for seasonal depression. Here are a few thoughts to prepare ahead for the harsh feelings of loss and the loneliness which encompasses them and to nip isolation and depressed feelings before they take hold of you:All content on Seasonal Joy or Lonely in a Crowd? Planning for Sad Times belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]

Do You Need a Friend Or a Counsellor?

As wonderful as friends are, sometimes your problems require an expert to help you to cope. Thankfully, we don’t need to choose between a friend and counsellor – it is possible to have both.All content on Do You Need a Friend Or a Counsellor? belongs to Harley Therapy – Psychotherapy & Counselling Counselling Articles [Read Entire Story]