Values on Prescription

Values on Prescription My Values on Prescription card deck (my first ever) is now available in the shop, oh joy of joys, so I’m fleshing out the definition of values for the non ACTers out there.  It’s not a concept exclusive to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy but it is a fundamental and explicit part of…

Alex case study

Life Reviews – a case study

Life Reviews – a case study Hello from beautiful Wales. I thought it might be helpful to share a Life Review with you. This one developed into a Supported Biography (more about that another time). I should say at the outset I keep all work secure, under lock and key whilst in progress and destroy…

Three month review

A Three Month Review

A Three Month Review Backalong, in my second ever blog post You find your path by walking it I wrote about using the three month trial as a way of getting to grips with learning new skills and adapting to change.  I often recommend this to clients who are feeling stuck, and my plan was to…

Keepin’ it Real

Keepin’ it Real If you’ve been trying really hard to keep your pecker up recently and you’re are finding it can be hard going there might be very good reasons for that.  Sorry to break it to y’all, but positivity isn’t the cure-all people think (hope) it is. You can try sprinkling magic positivity dust…

Alex on decluttering

A little on decluttering

A little on decluttering Hello again!  I spoke last time about Life Reviews and how a Life Review led me to move house! Not all changes need to be as radical but whatever happens it refreshes your life. After doing my own Life Review, mid- pandemic, I needed a Life Laundry, a massive declutter, ridding…

Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome The persistent inability to believe that one’s success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one’s own efforts or skills. People suffering from impostor syndrome may be at increased risk of anxiety. If you’re troubled by this do me, and yourself, a massive favour and Google ‘Famous people with…