The trauma suffered by a child can cause physical and emotional responses that may continue into the adult life of the individual. What happens in our childhood affects our adult lives, both positively and negatively.
Building a business can be one of the most rewarding and creative experiences in life. It is also a journey that challenges you on many fronts requiring you to understand yourself, your approach and interactions with people around you.
Our Humanitas Counselling Students are ready and eager to connect, listen and talk with you. If you would like to book a free counselling session via Skype – please have a look at the different people who are able to help.
The feelings of sadness when losing someone you love may never go away completely, but it this shouldn’t remain the main focus of your day. If you find the pain of the loss is all consuming that it affects you from continuing with your life, you may be suffering from a condition known as complicated grief.
Understanding yourself and your partner better, as well as learning new and interesting ways in which to connect and communicate; will bettering your chances of making each other feel loved and cared for.
Our brain prefers to think in a certain way and that affects our communication, workspace and -relationships, career choices, parenting style, family and intimate relationships and basically everything we do.
A parenting plan is a series of sessions conducted with the parents and can include aspects such as where and with whom the child is to live, maintenance of the child and contact between the child and the co-holders of parental rights and responsibilities, and/or any other relevant person.
There is no such thing as the perfect relationship. But, if you feel stuck in the past, in the hurt that was caused or can't seem to reconnect emotionally - attending relationship counselling sessions might benefit you as a couple.
This evaluation aims to identify and understand different factors that might contribute to the child’s current experiences, in order to make the necessary recommendations in the best interest of the child.