Interview: The Quick Fix

Carmen BryceBlog posts

brief therapy

In this interview Geraldine Kettle talks to us about brief therapy, our expectations when it comes to getting a quick fix, and how when it comes to therapy, “The client needs to be doing this for themselves, not for anybody else.” We hope you enjoy reading. MyMind: You offer both brief/short-term and long-term psychotherapy. How brief do you think therapy … Read More

Postnatal Depression

Tess BradyBlog posts

The birth of a child should be the most joyous experience a new mum can possibly have. However, this incredible journey can be clouded by feelings of fear and anxiety, depression, doubt and detachment. If you are struggling with a low mood that won’t shift, or feel disconnected from your baby, others and what’s going on around you, you may … Read More

Are six sessions enough for radical change?

Tess BradyBlog posts

Freud first developed talk therapy in 19th century. Today the phrase describes a wide range of psychotherapeutic approaches, almost all of which involve the client talking about themselves, revealing their deepest fears, thoughts, and recounting difficult experiences. A 2001 study published in the Journal of Counselling Psychology found that patients improved most dramatically between their seventh and tenth sessions, yet … Read More