The power of listening

Carmen BryceBlog posts

According to the Mental Health Matters Report (2016), there has been a 41% increase in the number of college students seeking counselling. This is a staggering increase and it’s no surprise that a lot of university counselling services are struggling to meet this demand. In my spare time, I volunteer as a peer mentor. I am one of the founding members … Read More

Psychodynamic Therapy (PDT)

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If you are in search for a style of therapy in which there is a strong emphasis on the client-therapist relationship, then the psychodynamic approach might suit you. Psychodynamic therapy, also known as insight-oriented therapy, focuses on unconscious processes as they are manifested in a person’s present behaviour. It also concentrates on the difficulties arising from early childhood that remain … Read More

The art of listening – My experience as a Samaritan

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Have you ever been struggling in the middle of the night, unable to seek any help because those you feel closest to are asleep or you feel uncomfortable sharing your personal problems or issues with them? You feel as if you’ve nowhere to turn, nobody to listen or attempt to understand what you’re going through. Then you remember the Samaritans, … Read More