Life, work, love and loss.

Making the hard decisions lighter.

A New Generation of Coaches at Rafan House

The government has launched a campaign to invest in the provision of mental health support in all areas of public life, most notably in the workplace. One of the most common mental health issues in the workplace is burnout. Burnout occurs when a coherent, functioning and successful adult suddenly experiences an internal collapse, which can … Continued

Can a psychodynamic approach help couples?

A recent study undertaken by the charity Tavistock Relationships has shown that psychodynamic couple’s therapy does work. Our conscious and unconscious self is involved in creating an intimate relationship with another. We naturally make conscious decisions in choosing who we want to be with, but part of what is happening is the unconscious self recognising … Continued