This article for Continuity magazine was co-written with my colleague Emerald-jane Turner during our time working on a project called Human Resilience. Here we explore issues around resilience and business continuity. You can read or download the pdf here
I explore the inner shame voice and invite a person to give it a shape and form, tone of voice etc. Often the shame voice may have had some protective purpose and developed to keep the person safe.
This morning, Sky News contacted me because of my experience as a Trauma therapist having worked at the London Fire Brigade. I was interviewed by Tom Macleod in relation to a film released by the Fire Fighters Charity raising awareness of PTSD and mental health which highlights the importance of support for individuals and their families. You can … Continued
This morning, I discovered this very moving piece on the BBC website called ‘Calming Touch’. In it, ten people share an object that helps with their mental health and they share their stories about their objects. This is a wonderful example of what therapists call ‘resourcing’. Helping someone to find a resource is a really … Continued
Yesterday I was briefly interviewed by Victoria Derbyshire on her BBC2 Programme about the sort of experiences firefighters and control staff might experience following attending the Grenfell Tower Fire. This was based on the London Fire Authority providing up to 60 counsellors to support the active fire fighters and also control centre staff following … Continued