Gina Bryant MBACP

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Grieving and Living

Grieving and living Grief can take so many different forms and shapes, affecting our feelings and impacting our senses in ways we could never have imagined before we found ourselves in this new place of bereavement.  Clients often ask me if there is a ‘right’ way to grieve? Like the joy and love we have […]

COVID-19 and Counselling

During the current, unprecedented, situation we are all finding ourselves in because of the Coronavirus pandemic, I will be providing counselling by telephone or by video call. I will continue to work within the ethical guidelines laid down by my professional body, the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy www.bacp.co.uk Keep safe.

Walking talking therapy in Berkhamsted

We are blessed in Berkhamsted to be surrounded by the green rolling hills and beautiful beech woods of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the peaceful expanse of the Ashridge Estate. It makes complete sense to me to combine harnessing the healing properties of nature with the therapeutic benefits of talking and so […]

Positive feedback for counselling in Ambridge

It was encouraging to hear discussions around the benefits of counselling in a chat between Elizabeth Pargetter and Will Grundy in today’s episode of The Archers on BBC Radio 4. As grieving Will observes: “One minute your life’s set on a path, planning what you’ll do at the weekend, the next…” https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m00050qs

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