The unavoidable truth – are we compromising our mental well-being in our attempt to connect? We are social creatures, our desire to connect to others in the world is age old. However, are we truly connecting? Unconsciously caressing our screens, ‘checking in’ to reveal a sub-conscious comparison to the other. ‘A study published in the American Journal… Read More Social Media #Impact
Antidepressants work – but we need to talk to. An interesting article by Rhik Samadder of The Guardian. Rhik writes about the positive effect of managing low mood with medication. Whilst research in this field is extensive and outcomes identified as positive; medication does not negate or replace the effectiveness of talking therapy as a… Read More Mood – to medicate?
Welcome to the Counselling Room, Armstrong House. Imagine a space where feelings and thoughts could be explored in safety. A space to find meaning. It is the quality of the emerging therapeutic relationship which is of significance in counselling practice. However, it is the context in which the therapeutic relationship develops (the physical and… Read More Armstrong House
The ‘Counselling Room’ is a contained, confidential ‘space’ for your expression. Located in a discreet location within proximity to the Robin Hood Airport; the ‘Counselling Room’ is accessible from the Great Yorkshire Way and major link roads including, Bawtry Road. Free parking and accessible links to public transport are available. Oxford House 2… Read More New Office
We are excited to share that from the 1st of October, the ‘Counselling Room’ will have a new location. Located within proximity to the Robin Hood Airport; the ‘Counselling Room’ is accessible from the Great Yorkshire Way and major link roads including, Bawtry Road. Free parking and accessible links to public transport are also available.… Read More New office