Talk Time Blogs
All counsellors have an ethical responsibility to their clients, some will have signed up to a Code of Ethics with a regulatory body such as the BACP (British Association for Counselling Practitioners), UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy), or the NSC (National Society for Counsellors) etc.
July 9 2019Read More
I’ve been inspired to write about depression following this dreadful week of weather that we are experiencing! On reflection, perhaps ‘inspired’ is not the best of words to use in relation to depression…
June 13 2019Read More
If you’ve been following my Facebook page at Talk Time Therapies you will have noted I have begun a series of talk bites on Perfectionism. Please do follow me and share my page with your friends
May 7 2019Read More
Anxiety & Relationship
Isn’t it interesting that there are more and more difficulties associated with mental health these days compared with say, 50 years ago. Not only are we seeing more difficulties in our communities, we are at the same time, experiencing a health system which is less able to cope. There is a squeeze going on and one wonders where it may all lead to….
April 8 2019Read More
Counselling at Wintern House, Fishguard
Talk Time Therapies currently offers counselling from Haverfordwest, Cardigan and Dinas Cross. This month we are delighted to announce that we will also be offering a counselling service at Wintern House Health & Wellness in Fishguard.
March 11 2019Read More
Electronic device or human being?
Some say that there isn’t enough counselling available. Some say counselling is overrated and for the weak and the lame, but one thing is clear in this day and age of technology, smart phones and computers –that the more technology communicates on our behalf, the more we are losing the art of communication of one human being to another.