Helpful Resources

helpful resources come in all shapes and sizes, nature being one of them!

There are many helpful resources that can assist us as we work on your problems together.  I wanted to list a few examples for you.  Many of my clients have found such resources to be extremely useful in supporting and complementing their time in therapy.  Although what follows is a relatively short list I hope it provides a flavour of the wide range and diversity of resources that are available.  They each, in their own way, can make a positive contribution, whether large or small, towards creating effective counselling solutions to the difficulties you now face. 

Of course each of us is unique, and as such we all have differing needs and tastes.  That said I hope that there may be something on the following list that will also support you in your own journey towards greater emotional and psychological health and well-being.


Trusting yourself; how to stop feeling overwhelmed and live more happily with less effort by Mary Jane Ryan

Feel the fear and do it anyway: how to turn your fear and indecision into confidence and action by Susan Jeffers

When I loved myself enough by Kim McMillen


Depression is a disease of civilization: Stephen Ilardi at TEDxEmory (22mins 20secs)

Taoist Farmer and Value of Pain YouTube sharing (3mins 35secs)

Guided Meditation for Detachment From Over-Thinking (Anxiety /OCD / Depression) (42mins 15secs)



“Courage is the first of human qualities because it is the quality that guarantees all others” Winston Churchill

“Every noble work seems, at first, impossible” Thomas Carlyle

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step” Lao Tzu