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    Darren Magee, Sentient Counselling can be found on the BACP’s find a therapist site, It’s Good to Talk, by clicking on the link below. http://www.itsgoodtotalk.org.uk/therapists/in/cb0c09/northern-ireland/belfast/darren-foye-magee   Darren Magee, Sentient Counselling

    Please clink on the link below for my profile on click for therapy http://www.clickfortherapy.com/therapists/564/psychotherapy/northern%20ireland/belfast/sentient+counselling

    Growing up in a dysfunctional family where one or both parents are or were affected by addiction, for example alcoholism, can leave some people stuck at an earlier developmental stage in their lives. Sometimes because they haven’t learned to manage and process thoughts and feelings appropriately as adults. Some have said it feels as if…

    Please click on the link below to read my recent article on work/life balance published on the Counselling Directory http://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellor-articles/work-life-balance 

    Social anxiety and shyness are common problems that can affect anyone. In fact most people feel shy or anxious in certain social situations. However there are times when the anxiety can feel overwhelming. If you think you may suffer from social anxiety ask yourself if you experience the following regularly. You think you’ll act in…

    Please see the link below for an article on how CBT can help with panic disorder http://www.rscpp.co.uk/content/treatments/cognitive-behavioural-therapy-panic-disorder.html    

    Please click the link below for an article on how counselling can help with chronic illness, CBT for CFS / ME   http://www.rscpp.co.uk/content/treatments/cognitive-behavioural-therapy-chronic-fatigue-synd.html

    Histrionic personality disorder normally includes a pattern of attention seeking behaviour. Typically this involves wanting to be the center of attention in any group of people, perhaps being flirtatious or provocative. People with Histrionic Personality Disorder often act out a role in their relationship with others rather than feel emotions as such. They may have difficulty achieving or…

    I have recently been trained in the rewind technique for working with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The Rewind technique is different from other techniques in that it no details have to be disclosed by the client to the therapist. Because it isn’t intrusive or voyeuristic there is less chance of the client being re-traumatized and…

    For an article on causes of self harm please follow the link below http://www.rscpp.co.uk/content/causes/causes-self-harm.html Darren Magee, Sentient Counselling

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