Month: March 2016

In the last few days, an old photo of Wentworth Miller was posted on the net by some people looking for an easy joke. It showed him in a red T-shirt in 2010 with quite a bit of extra weight on. Prompted …

Wentworth Miller talks about the power to assign meaning Read More »

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 In a recent survey by the Association of School and College Leaders, over half of the head teachers who took part said that they struggled to get mental health care for their students at a time when self-harm, cyberbullying and suicidal …

Counsellors can help schools cope Read More »

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We’ve had a number of people say that they don’t want to come to the mindfulness workshop because “it’ll be all about relaxing and meditation”. Meditation and relaxation techniques are just some of the tools that people can use in …

Relaxation concern grips potential workshop attendees Read More »

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We’re really excited to be putting on two workshops in an exclusive arrangement for the First Steps volunteer counsellors in Leicester. First Steps provides free, confidential telephone and face-to-face counselling for male (13 years and above) survivors of sexual abuse and …

First Steps invites Cinnabar workshops to Leicester Read More »

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Join us for a fun and practical, interactive day looking at mindfulness – what it is and how you can apply it in your practice. Reserve your seat! This workshop will give you the chance to practice new skills and take part …

Using Mindfulness in Counselling workshop: 16/04/16 Read More »

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A lively workshop looking at using different theoretical approaches to help clients deal with health and illness. During this workshop we will be dipping into three key theoretical approaches, looking at: what psychodynamic theory has to say about the effects of illness …

A Healthy Life workshop: 06/02/16 Read More »

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