Written 9th October 2020 Amid covid-19 restrictions the Thailand authorities placed a strict control on the flow of people into the country. The country has some of the best results for covid-19 restrictions on the planet – for reasons people can’t quite seem to explain at the moment. For those living in Thailand it isContinue reading “How to Travel to Thailand during COVID-19”
The end of 2018, into the light of 2019 This is the last post of 2018, in a few hours (thai time) this year will come to an end. What better way to celebrate than a video with explaining the difference between Integrative and Eclectic Therapy.
Where to find Counseling in Asia? I am often asked by people where to find good counseling in Asia, it can actually be surprisingly difficult in Asia to find a counselor who is A)In the same time-zone B) understands your needs in your own language. I work in the field of addiction within private-rehabs soContinue reading “Counseling in Asia”
A curious little exercise I decided to embark upon. I interviewed myself, what lead me into counseling, what continues to be my driving force and what problems doe it create for myself and others…. I asked myself the following questions: 1. What are your main motives for counselling? 2. Do you ever feel curious whenContinue reading “An Interview with MYSELF”
Core Beliefs Below is a list of common negative core beliefs, tick the ones you can identify with. Addict’s beliefs I can’t live without it — Getting high is my most important need I am weak — I must avoid pain at all costs I need it — It helps me — There’s somethingContinue reading “Core-Beliefs in Addiction”
Here is a copy of a ABC sheet that I use regularly with my clients to help them deal with difficult thoughts and feelings. Feel free to use this worksheet on yourself or with someone else. I find the REBT form of CBT very helpful and I encourage people to consider working through the sheetsContinue reading “ABC of CBT”