Want to understand phobias and why we are scared of things? Mind Scan Theory has all the answers you need to understand why we feel the way we do.
The number of college students approaching TCC for help has doubled this year in what is a worrying trend for 16 to 18 year olds in Cambridge.
Award-winning author Jenny Cutler Lopez regularly writes about the effects of self-harm.
When she wanted a feature written on how to help people that self-harm she turned to The Cambridge Counsellor for help.
The Cambridge Counsellor provides listening skills training to organisations throughout East Anglia but effective listening isn’t just for managers.
Ultimately we are all managers of our day to day lives and these simple steps could help you maximise both your potential and the relationships with those around you.
What are the key concepts of Humanistic Theory?
From Maslow to Rogers, here is the list that should give you a good idea of the theory that underpins Humanistic Counselling.
A recent study has suggested that cancer patients aren’t getting the psychological help they need. There is however hope for change.
November 14th 1960 and a 6 year old girl, Ruby Bridges, shows the world what bravery means and in the process takes the first steps to a more equal society.
Self-esteem, we’ve all got it, high or low it’s an intrinsic part of being a human being.
Jenny is the author of Who I Am: American Scar Stories and today she honours us with her post on Happiness and what it is to her.
Happiness is so often elusive and fleeting but Jenny shows that things aren’t always what they seem.
When we face a challenging issue, the way we talk to ourselves can be damaging. Rather than helping us to solve the problem or see ways through, it can cause us to feel overwhelmed and helpless.