There's no one way of experiencing depression. Some people become intensely depressed for a relatively short period; others may be mildly depressed for a long time, even years. Depression can feel like it's wearing down the very core of you. It can be easy to lose hope that things will ever feel better again.
The House Partnership works to bring about positive change in people’s lives — change in their emotional lives, change in their outlook on the world, and change in their relationships, both social and intimate — so they can move beyond blocks
Elizabeth Gilbert — author of Eat, Pray, Love — talks about Schopenhauer's theory about intimacy and relationships and why people are like porcupines. Relationship counselling provides a safe space in which to work through difficulties together.MORE
The focus of mindfulness-based therapy is upon recognising and accepting each moment in the present instead of jumping to hasty and often damaging reactions. This is proving to be greatly beneficial to improving our relationships with others.MORE
Existential therapy is a psychotherapy heavily influenced by existential philosophy. It states that our inner conflicts are a reflection of our confrontation with the givens of existence: death, freedom, responsibility, isolation and meaninglessness.MORE