Cyberbullying, or cyberharrassment, is a form of bullying or harassment that occurs electronically. Especially common amongst teenagers, cyberbullying is an increasing problem that can have severe detrimental effects on the mental health of young people.
During tumultuous times such as these, it can be difficult to remember to practise gratitude. The unexpected outcomes resulting from COVID-19 such as job losses, financial difficulties, reduced social interaction, working from home, and many others can have a profound impact on your stress levels. However, being able to remind
Most of us struggle with our self-esteem from time to time. However, a constant need to feel superior to others may be hiding deeper feelings of inferiority, which can become an inferiority complex. The concept of the inferiority complex was first proposed by Austrian medical doctor and psychotherapist Alfred Adler,
There have never been more distractions than today. Rather than getting on and doing things, you now have highly addictive social media, emails and online games, to add to all the other myriad distractions in our lives. Then add to that all the times in our lives we focus on
There’s an old “Woody Allenesque” joke that a man goes into a psychiatrist and says ‘Doc you have got to help me – I have a terrible low self esteem problem’. “Hey, Marta” the psychiatrist calls out to reception “did you just let this loser in?”. Of course, in reality,
Here at Safe Place Therapy, we’d like to reassure you that any counseling or therapy you need is still fully available for you during the current Coronavirus / Covid-19 virus outbreak. This applies whether your therapy is something you have arranged for yourself, is a referral from a medical professional,