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- What is the impact on the person of not being able to travel on the Underground? Answers may be practical for example the cost of having to get taxis or more personal for example feeling unhappy with oneself or a combination.
- Has something happened on the Underground? If yes then traumas that have resulted in an unwanted change are something that people take to counselling.
- When did this anxiety first appear?
- Was there anything else going on in life at the time?
- What has been tried to manage or treat the anxiety?
- What hasn’t been tried?
- Have you looked for information on using the underground, anxiety and how other people cope?
- What do you think and feel about what you have found out?
- What would you like to do about it?
- What might you find supportive / helpful?
- Who might you find helpful / supportive?
- Is there any reason why you do not try to deal with this or why it is hard to get help?
- If a person you cared for was in your situation what would you say to them, or how would you help them?
Posted by: Nicholas Rose on February 13th, 2019 @ 7:51 PM
Tagged with: anxiety brief therapy cbt chiswick herald cognitive behaviour therapy counselling counselling chiswick extistential therapy london psychotherapist mindfulness psychologist psychology psychotherapy stress west london counselling west london psychotherapist
This article appeared in the Chiswick Herald on the 21st December:
- You will feel calmer - you are taking back control of the situation and your feelings
- You will be starting to think about what happened differently
- You may now want to just forget about what happened or maybe you will want to talk to the person about what happened
- When you replay things in your mind you might now find that the other person was even upset that you were upset - so maybe they are feeling bad too now?
Our article - "Reduce conflict and stress in relationships" published in the Chiswick Herald on the 9th November. Please read below:
- Pause - It can be tempting to allow your thinking to take over but this is also unlikely to be helpful as your thoughts will be based upon your negative feelings. Also when you have allowed your thinking to gain momentum you may find it hard to avoid taking action that has negative consequences.
- Take a breath and then ask yourself “what is factual here?”, with this example it can be helpful that having spotted there is little factual content and noting your negative reaction, that the important message from this interaction is that your friend is upset but not able to communicate this to you in a helpful way?
- Now develop a response with the following parts: first - state the facts, two - explain what thoughts it brings up for you. For example:
Posted by: Nicholas Rose on November 14th, 2018 @ 2:58 PM
Tagged with: anxiety chiswick herald counselling counselling chiswick couples counselling depression existential analysis extistential therapy Gay Counselling london psychotherapist psychologist psychology psychotherapy relationship therapy stress west london counselling west london psychotherapist
Our latest article on reducing anxiety was published in the Chiswick Herald on page 31.
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Posted by: Nicholas Rose on October 15th, 2018 @ 12:58 AM
Tagged with: anxiety chiswick herald counselling counselling chiswick couples counselling depression existential analysis extistential therapy Gay Counselling london psychotherapist mindfulness psychology psychotherapy west london counselling west london psychotherapist
Our latest article was published in the Chiswick Herald on the 14th September on page 27, click here to visit the site or read the article below.
Posted by: Nicholas Rose on September 17th, 2018 @ 11:54 AM
Tagged with: chiswick herald counselling counselling chiswick couples counselling existential analysis extistential therapy family therapy london psychotherapist marriage guidance psychologist psychology psychotherapy relationship therapy weekend counselling west london counselling west london psychotherapist