In my experience as a relationship counsellor, one of the most important things a couple can do to remain connected and happy is to establish relationship rituals.Read More
When you have been with your partner for a long time, it’s easy to take them for granted and even forget what attracted you to them in the first place. Here are some simple tips to keep the love alive in your relationship:Read More
Tinder, Happn, eHarmony, rsvp, Match… Today, there is an endless array of apps and sites where you can meet someone.
Are you tired of these, and instead want to meet someone ‘irl’ without the help of technology?
Here are my top tips for finding love offline.Read More
Researchers say that the happiest relationships are the ones where couples experience five positive interactions to one negative. By being aware of the mathematics, you can work this in your favour by saturating your relationship with positives.Read More
It's not just vitamins, juices or quality food that can boost your immune system. Research has shown that unhappy marriages and stressed relationships weaken the immune system and couples with healthy relationships have 35% fewer illnesses. You can strengthen your relationship by following these few tips.Read More
As you can imagine, I’ve learned many skills and worked with a range of modalities. Not only is it my professional responsibility to stay on top of what’s new in clinical practice and what the clinical evidence tells us about what works and what doesn’t, but for me it’s also important to keep learning, to stay fresh and connected as a way of keeping the work alive.Read More
In this interview I talk about what makes relationships tick, how being in a relationship with mutuality - what's good for me is good for you matters and how our histories can shape what happens in a relationship.Read More