Counselling, Psychotherapy and Psychology Blog
This month an article appeared in the Chiswick Magazine after Nicholas was interviewed by their Editor Katie Saunders. Please click here to read.
Posted by: Nicholas Rose on June 13th, 2018 @ 2:50 PM
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Our latest article was published on Friday 27th April in the Chiswick Herald. Click here to visit the Chiswick Herald Online or read below:
Nicholas appeared on SkyNews this morning to contribute to a discussion about the recent and growing phenomena "relationship sabbaticals". A clip of the interview will be available soon.
We are currently looking to invite counsellors and psychotherapists to join our team as Associates here in Chiswick. Associates are accredited / registered with either the BACP, UKCP or BPS. You will also have two years experience of working in private practice and hold your own insurance.
As an Associate you will join an established practice and team of like minded professionals with the opportunity to work with a wide range of presenting concerns.
Our ethos is to provide a base for therapists who want the opportunity to work with other therapists but practice independently. This means that patients / clients contract with you - not the practice.
We are particularly interested in therapists who can work with adolescents and couples.
For more information contact Nicholas on email@example.com or telephone Nicholas on 07789488691.
- Think about your relationship - it is not helpful to think just about your partner and yourself separately.
- Take a step back and think together about what you can do so that you can both feel as though you remain committed to each other
- Even if your relationship is in a good place at the moment talk about this now - if trouble comes along you will have an agreed strategy in place and this will make it much easier to have the conversations that will help.
- If you or your partner is depressed share this article with them and think about seeking couples / relationship / marriage counselling.
Posted by: Nicholas Rose on January 27th, 2018 @ 10:42 AM
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The first part of this article appeared in the Chiswick Herald on the 5th Janaury, read it on page 21 here, or read below: