Counselling & Supervision with Jacqui Bird

Registered MBACP (Acred) Counsellor
07775 794 130
info@jacquibirdcounselling.co.uk

Jacqui Bird Counselling and Supervision in Thirsk, York, Leeds and the surrounding areas

Latest news

Walking and Talking for Better Wellbeing

• 20th Sep, 18 •

Walking and talking in a calming outside environment offers the client a space to feel relaxed and mindful. Not all clients feel comfortable talking in a counseling room, some appreciate being outside and connecting with nature, surrounding colours and fresh air.

Walking and talking therapy is when the client and therapist…

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Simple Ways to Improve Wellbeing

• 26th Feb, 18 •

Some simple ways to improve low mood.

When people feel low in mood the main temptation is to let the low mood take control. It doesn’t need to be this way but often thinking of ways to change the mood can be difficult. Think about being well as something you do,…

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Dealing with Relationship Healing

• 12th Aug, 17 •

Relationships need healing after they have reached a point where a problem has hit us and caused us an emotional injury. We then need to find a way to reconnect however before we can reconnect with our partner we have to reconnect with our self.

Working with a Therapist can help…

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Supporting Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

• 2nd Jan, 17 •

Motor neurone disease (MND) is a progressive disease that attacks the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal cord. This means messages gradually stop reaching muscles, which leads to weakness and wasting.

MND can affect how you walk, talk, eat, drink and breathe. However, not all symptoms necessarily happen…

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Parent Support for Young Children

• 2nd Feb, 16 •

What you can do to help your child

Although you may have a healthy relationship with your son or daughter, children will sometimes choose not to share their problems with you, this is nothing to feel concerned about. Sometimes this is about protecting you from worrying about them and being upset and…

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Mindfulness Can Support Cancer and Critical Illness

• 26th May, 15 •

How can it help me?

When an individual, family member or friend has been diagnosed with cancer or critical illness the emotional impact leaves you feeling as though your world has been turned upside down, like you have been suddenly thrown into a whirl pool of grief, feelings of shock, denial,…

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Are you experiencing any of the following?

  • Loneliness
  • Bereavement
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Communication problems
  • Conflict
  • Separation or divorce
  • Sadness, hurt or anger
  • Frustration, confusion or despair
  • Stress, anxiety or depression
  • Mood changes
  • Bullying
  • A change of family situation or life stage
  • A feeling of rejection
  • Difficulties living with chronic pain, critical illness or disability

Latest news20th Sep, 18

Walking and Talking for Better Wellbeing

Walking and talking in a calming outside environment offers the client a space to feel relaxed and mindful. Not all clients feel comfortable talking in a counseling room, some appreciate being outside and connecting with nature, surrounding colours and fresh air.

Walking and talking therapy is when the client and therapist…

Read more >>