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According to YouGov, 66% of British people say that they have been bullied in their lifetime, with 1 in 5 saying that they experienced bullying as an adult. Our bully can be a classmate in childhood, a parent, a sibling or possibly work colleagues, our partners or our bosses. Bullying is serious and can lead to emotional struggles as well as taking a toll on our physical stress levels therefore causing difficulties in all areas of our lives.

Bullying in childhood or adulthood can lead us to feel humiliated, scared, or like there is something innately wrong with us. Being bullied can lead us to using coping mechanisms to feel better that harm us long-term and can lead to difficulty forming relationships and difficulty trusting, forming relationships. Experiences of bullying can also lead to difficulty in managing feelings of anxiousness and loneliness.

Through our relationship I would hope to provide you with a template of a good, boundaried relationship. As well as this, We would work to help encourage your sense of self-confidence and manage the fluctuating feelings of loneliness or even the sense of not-knowing how you feel. 

We might look at your past experiences and delve into any unconscious or limiting behaviour about yourself that you might have, as well as working to help you manage any feeling of stress or anxiousness. 

I will work collaboratively with you to help encourage you to feel that you have more control in your life, and to be able to compassionately enrich your own sense of resilience and psychological resolve. 

In Therapy
Ray of Light

"Bullying builds character like nuclear waste creates superheroes. It's a rare occurrence and often does much more damage than endowment"
Zak W. Van, author of Inanimate Heroes.

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