SUPPORT: Why focus on Mental Health Awareness Week?

SUPPORT: Why focus on Mental Health Awareness Week?

Mental Health Awareness Week should address and involve everyone. We have all sorts of ‘weeks’ now suggesting we should think about some particular subject, some of which only involve a relatively small number of people and therefore can pass us…

RADIO: The Business of School Counselling

RADIO: The Business of School Counselling

Gill Seaton-Jardine, a sponsor of Minds Anonymous, has over 20 years’ professional experience in adult, adolescent and child counselling and professional supervision and works  in schools alongside running her private practice, GSJ Counselling, based in Surrey.  Gill has featured on The…

SUPPORT: Do I need Therapy? Do you need Therapy? Do we all need Therapy?

SUPPORT: Do I need Therapy? Do you need Therapy? Do we all need Therapy?

Do I need therapy? Do you need therapy? Do we all need therapy? Let’s start with considering what therapy is. The Collins English Dictionary gives a definition as follows: ‘the treatment of someone with mental or physical illness without the…

SUPPORTING ARTICLE & RADIO: Emotional Literacy Explained

SUPPORTING ARTICLE & RADIO: Emotional Literacy Explained

Gill Seaton-Jardine is a Counsellor/Psychotherapist with over 20 years’ experience working with all ages, including young children. During these years she wrote and presented a ten-week course on emotional literacy to pre school age children to help them understand theirs,…

SUPPORT: Relationships and the Pandemic –  A Follow up Guide – Free Audio Book Available

SUPPORT: Relationships and the Pandemic – A Follow up Guide – Free Audio Book Available

We keep hearing the expression ‘household’ recently, talking about what a ‘household’ is allowed to do and what it is not allowed to do. The reason for this is that the government are constantly measuring the effect of the virus…

SUPPORT: Worry or Anxiety? Free Audio Book Available

SUPPORT: Worry or Anxiety? Free Audio Book Available

According to the Collins English Dictionary, ‘worry’ is ‘to be, or cause to be anxious or uneasy, especially about something uncertain or potentially dangerous’. ‘Anxiety’ is ‘state of uneasiness or tension caused by apprehension or possible future misfortune, danger’. The…