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 Finding Compassion in the Cancer Journey: A Conversation with Dr Julia Wahl

By Sarah Rees

In this episode, Sarah sits down with  Dr. Julia Wahl to delve into the themes of her much-anticipated book, “The Cancer Workbook.” As a clinical psychologist, author, lecturer, and researcher, Dr. Wahl brings a wealth of knowledge and compassion to the discussion. About Dr. Julia Wahl: Based in Warsaw, Poland, Dr. Wahl has dedicated her … Read More about  Finding Compassion in the Cancer Journey: A Conversation with Dr Julia Wahl

Navigating the Digital Future: AI Insights on the Healthy Practice Podcast

By Sarah Rees

 If you are part of our Therapists Corner community, you’re likely familiar with how much we value WriteUpp’s practice management software; it’s the engine that keeps our private practices purring. That’s why we’re buzzing with excitement to share not one but two  pieces of news with you! Big Reveal: 🎉 Firstly, WriteUpp is breaking new … Read More about Navigating the Digital Future: AI Insights on the Healthy Practice Podcast

New Year, Deeper Connections: ‘Ask the Therapist’ Welcomes Anna Kingsley

By Sarah Rees

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2024, when many of us ponder our relationships with partners, family, or friends. The new year is a chance to deepen these connections. In a recent ‘Ask the Therapist’ episode, I spoke with Anna Kingsley, a seasoned psychotherapist specialising in couples therapy, addictions, and psychosexual therapy. Her unique journey from … Read More about New Year, Deeper Connections: ‘Ask the Therapist’ Welcomes Anna Kingsley

What Happens in Your First Therapy Session?

By Sarah Rees

  Starting therapy can be an anxious time. Therapists have all undertaken therapy as part of their own training, so they’ve had the first session experience, too. They know how you feel, want the process to go as smoothly as possible, and will want you to feel comfortable and at ease. It’s Normal to Be … Read More about What Happens in Your First Therapy Session?

What is My Therapist Writing About Me?

By Sarah Rees

Have you started therapy and become aware your therapist is taking notes? Have you found yourself wondering, ‘what is my therapist writing about me?’ Not all therapists take notes in therapy sessions, but it’s very common and nothing to be concerned about. I see about 10-15 clients a week. For treatment sessions to flow, it’s … Read More about What is My Therapist Writing About Me?