When our relationships with others are healthy and happy, it helps us feel healthy and happy too. Learn how you can strengthen the pillars that hold up your relationships and deepen your connection to yourself in the process. Family life can have its ups and downs, but knowing where to turn to when the going gets tough can help.
This section offers strategies, advice and coping techniques for staying grounded and connected with your loved ones – whether you’re an expectant parent, struggling with family life or having difficulties in your relationships.
As parents we want the best for our children, and we can spend a huge proportion of our time worrying about what they are doing especially when it comes to screen time and shutting themselves away in their bedroom.
Stephen Maginn shares his thoughts and advice on how and why it is important that we look after ourselves and our relationships, especially given the added pressure at this time of year. He shares some fabulous services & online resources that can help get your relationship back on track.
Conflict in relationships is not always negative, if both partners are willing it can provide an opportunity for making change and can help identify and solve problems.
Play Therapy is a form of therapy which uses 'play' as a means of self-expression.
How to deepen your relationship and emotionally connect with your partner, including practical tips.
Relationship therapy can help you & your partner work through difficult issues. Here’s what to expect in couple’s therapy.
Connecting with your family plays a huge part in contributing to your overall wellbeing, including the wellbeing of your family.
Bullying affects lots of different people at any age and can happen anywhere: at school, travelling to and from school, in sporting teams, in friendships or family groups.
If you’re an expectant or newborn Parent, you might have heard the phrase “the first 1,000 days”, which refers to a child’s life from the moment they’re conceived until their second birthday. During this time, a baby’s brain undergoes a significant period of development.