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How to be a real Dad

By |November 30th, 2016|

How to be a real Dad

The relationship between Child and Dad is unique, because of this there is no rule book or one size fits all advice, but attachment has a huge part to play.

We often learn our parenting skills from our own Father’s, think for a moment, were you a happy child, teenager and […]

Attachment – online counselling

By |September 23rd, 2014|

Attachment

Whether you find it difficult to love your ‘self’, or find it difficult to open your heart to others, the reasons may be similar – ‘attachment’, online counselling will help you to change how you see yourself and how others perceive you. When John Bowl by did his research which eventually became ‘Attachment Theory’ he […]

Does Your Childhood Work Against You or For You?

By |May 20th, 2014|

Our minds and how they work often has it roots in childhood, and in our early formative developmental years. If we are amongst the 20% of the UK population (this statistic is mirrored around the western world too) who had the accepted preferred model of parenting a ‘secure attachment’ then the likelihood that our minds […]

Parenting – 3 Great Tips

By |April 21st, 2013|

Write this word on your hand ‘Acknowledge’, it’s a very effective fun way to connect with a child of any age, it will help you to reduce their tears and tantrums and even help you to prevent them. Let me tell you more, it’s a simple but surprisingly challenging thing to do, particularly in the […]

Improving Your Relationship : Parenting

By |January 25th, 2013|

By far the most common issue I am asked to help people with is relationship problems. Most often it is either a new relationship or a long term relationship. If it’s a new relationship, then often a couple may be struggling with the transition of moving from living a single life to sharing their lives […]