When we talk about blog posts, it’s important to remember that its not quite the same as social media. I’ve been researching some of the Social media do’s and don’ts to make sure my therapy practice, my self and my clients are safe. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn… no doubt some of you will already be using some of these tools, and a myriad of others. Counselling, along with nearly any other industry, cannot avoid the changes that have happened in communications over the last decade. Counsellors themselves are using social media both to boost their practice, and also in their personal lives. Social media is still a growing industry, and

Lottie Passell-Syms

I am a highly motivated Therapist with excellent communication skills who is passionate and committed. I work with my clients in a creative and holistic way offering a diverse mixture of approaches for my clients to express their problems. My core foundation is a Person-Centred approach using the Homodynamic model for my Psychosexual work, which takes in the whole person, medical and organic. I am also trained in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy which has helped my practice to be more attuned with the diversity of what clients want from counselling and enhance my practice to allow for the client to develop a psycho-educational aspect of the work. I work ethically and