23rd July 2017 

The following websites offer information about professional accreditation, the different types of counselling and psychotherapy on offer and about specific psychological issues that I am interested in. There are also some self-help resources if you are struggling with stress and anxiety.


  • British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

  • BACP Register

  • An A to Z of mental health problems from the Mental Health Foundation

  • Mental health information from NHS Choices

  • Information and support from mental health charity Mind, where I was formerly an honorary counsellor

  • A guide to low-cost therapy options in the capital, aimed at students but largely applicable to everyone. Your therapist is likely to be a trainee and the number of sessions will be capped

  • The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) – a website looking at the special challenges faced by men

  • Writing as a Way of Healing – Louise deSalvo's fascinating book on the therapeutic use of storytelling. I hold an MA in creative writing from the University of East Anglia so this is a subject in which I'm particularly interested

  • Some useful LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans) and GSD (gender and sexual diversity) links from Pink Therapy

  • Help, advice and downloadable information from the UK's largest bereavement charity, Cruse Bereavement Care

  • Support and advice for students from Student Minds

  • Many clients find guided meditation and mindfulness exercises to be beneficial. Headspace is one of the most popular apps in an expanding field

  • Finally, if you are feeling stressed or having trouble sleeping, the 4-7-8 breathing technique will help you to calm down and relax


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