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Sandra Dean – Registered Member


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It’s World Mental Health Day 2020 and a difficult time in the world so I want to talk about the importance of self care and what it means

Lack of self care is often a feature with clients, which can be a sign of lack of self esteem and/or self worth. At best, it means we do

What are my personal needs?

not live our lives in the best way we can and do not nurture ourselves, and at worst it

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Coping with and embracing change, especially during this 2020 Covid-19 pandemic. Ways to stay in control, be positive and enjoy life.

Change can be a great thing if we are in control of what it is and how it’s done, but when change is thrown at us out of our control

bees, outdoors and change

it can be harder to deal with. From the big things like losing a job, splitting up with a

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Do you ever have dark negative thoughts you want to avoid? And is your avoidance of your ‘shadow’ harming you and your relationships? It’s OK to be human.

I want to talk about something I think could help a lot of people.

I recently did a course called ‘Shadow Mastery’ for my counselling profession, but found it extremely useful for myself also. Our ‘shadow’ is a name for the side of ourselves that we do not wish to acknowledge, we want to avoid

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It’s mental health awareness week; sharing the highs and lows of the coronavirus lockdown for me.

So, this week is mental health awareness week, and I wanted to write and share something personal for it, especially to say it’s OK to not be OK. It occurred to me when I woke this morning what has been good and what has been stressful about the lockdown in my experience and

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