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A Case of Domestic Violence

Category: Relationship Counselling Author: Paul Hodge The client, Gary, called to make his first appointment and said he was persuaded by "a mate" to attend counselling to control his anger. In short Gary was a perpetrator of physical abuse against his intimate female partner, Julie, who is 22 years of age. The ... Read More

A Case of Grief and Loss

Category: Grief Counselling Author: David Hayden Jim had come to counselling to seek help with dealing with the sale of his late mother's estate. He was experiencing a lot of anger with the issue and also with his brother, Frank, who was joint inheritor. Frank was facing bankruptcy and needed the proceeds ... Read More

Category: Grief Counselling Author: Jane Barry Grief is a complex and individual process. There are a number of well documented stages to the grief process such as numbness, guilt, despair, panic and acceptance to name a few. The order in which these stages are experienced and the intensity and duration of each ... Read More

A Case of Grief and Loss

Category: Grief Counselling Author: Sarah Shanley Tina presented to counselling due to her partner recommending it. Tina agreed with him that she had been feeling low in mood and distant from her partner over the last six months, and she agreed that it was time for her to try and do something ... Read More

Category: Grief Counselling Author: Liz Jeffrey Maggie is a 35 year old woman who came for counselling six months after the break up of her nine year marriage to Michael, the father of her two children, Josh aged 6 and Joseph aged 12 months. Currently both children are in Maggie's sole care. ... Read More

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