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Those who have come to our workshops or who know us personally know that I have a special relationship with my mum, Mo. Sometimes it’s about bantering and bickering, being a foil and a mirror. Over the years it has been explosive, sullen, hilarious and uncomfortable.

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Our next workshop is Saturday 15th June and will be a day of learning how to use crafts to explore hidden issues You will be drawing from your own lives and taking part in activities that encourage thinking, feeling, ideas …

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At our workshop on Saturday 24th November we will be exploring the ways in which counselling brings the past into the present and looking at the effects of past experiences on future selves. We will be thinking about clients with issues such …

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At our workshop on Saturday 16th June we will be looking at the effects of common life events on your clients – these effects can range from depression and stress to insomnia and relationship conflict. Life events will include divorce, …

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A few weeks ago, BBC ONE aired a one-off 60 minute film, Rio Ferdinand: Being Mum And Dad. It focused on grief in men who had lost their partners.  Rio Ferdinand is an English former professional footballer who lost his …

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An article appeared in the Mail on Sunday magazine a short while ago: The hidden wounds are hardest to heal: families struggling with PTSD  Here are Mo’s thoughts upon reading it: “How true that is – these are hidden wounds. These …

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