Tag: assertiveness skills

Toxic Parenting: How to Survive When Parents Mess You Up

A friend of mine (we’ll call her Fran*) recently had some bad news. Someone they thought they could trust, let them down in a really bad way. As we talked through how she felt about it, she had this sudden moment of clarity. The…

Hello and Welcome

Welcome to my website, thank you for stopping by. These pages tell you how to access services which have been carefully designed to help you find your mojo and get your sparkle back. Our mental health is as important as our physical health and…

Your views – It’s good to talk but what do you (really) think about counselling?

Have you ever thought about counselling? A lot of people see it as a last resort for recovery, and I can understand why. In the current economic climate, clients have to wait weeks, if not months, for free therapeutic support on the NHS. Some…

Announcing: Gems – Wellness micro-sessions for busy people

In the 21st Century, we’re all busy. There’s always things to do. Places to go. People to see. Every minute of the day is accounted for. So when the media tells us we need to take mental health and wellbeing seriously, you might find…

The Art of Brilliant Resilience – Positive Workplace Wellbeing in Milton Keynes

Stress Solutions and Positive Mental Health for Busy People

Monday Mojo – Be Your Own Ambassdor 

Monday Mojo – Feel-good motivation for the week ahead: Be Your Own Ambassador. Now, whether you believe in the influence of the planets or not and that, according to my friend Lisa, several are in retrograde at the moment, there’s definitely something happening at the…

Stress Awareness Month – Top Tips – Know your limits 

April is Stress Awareness Month – here’s top tip #6: Know your limits.  We’re all different, but everyone has a tipping point.  If you’ve been travelling (literally or metaphorically) at a 100mph lately, eventually your body will catch up with you. You know, like…

The Power of Words: how mindful communication is good for your mental health

One of the workshops I deliver in Milton Keynes is for people who want to get their sparkle back and learn techniques for maintaining good mental health.  In one of the sessions, we talk about the Power of Words. Imagine for a moment you have…

Sorry, not sorry – why we need to stop apologising when it’s not our fault

How often do you say sorry every day?  A recent survey of more than 1,000 Brits (discussed in this article) found that that the ‘average’ person says “sorry” around eight times per day – and that one in eight people apologise up to 20 times…

Mental Health and Wellbeing Training and Events in Milton Keynes

Book a Speaker If you’re hosting an event and would like Delphi to deliver training or a talk on her specialist areas please use the contact details below. 2018 Relaxation Classes via Kindfully  – click here for dates and details Serenity – relaxation for Busy…

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