Julie Morley

MNCS Accred, Hyp.dip, dip.psysextherapy, Adv.dip.CP

Personal Psychotherapist

Market Deeping / Deeping St James, Peterborough UK 

Tel: 07902 583 487      Email: [email protected]


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Your future After Therapy

Reduce Stressors

Remember that we can only do so much.  This means that taking less on, not only in responsibility but also in the moment of offering ourselves to other's needs, requests or requirements when we may not need to, and / or just don't want to.

When we feel overwhelmed, we want to get on top of things to feel better.  If the overwhelm goes on too long then one might need to look at what in our life can be reduced for the sake of our wellbeing.

Notice when we are overwhelmed

Check in on yourself to see how youre feeling.  Notice when you are not feeling on top of things and consider what would make a difference to that. Remember that when one thing is too much or youre worried about a particular thing hanging over you, everything else can seem to be overwhelming you.  Sometimes, we have stuff going on which needs our time and attention before we can attend to our normal level of responsibilities.

Irritation, Anger and Frustration


• Address your Sleep

When sleep isn't good this can have big impacts on our wellbeing.  This is an important area to address.  If we have worked on this in therapy before, then try to remember what worked.  There might be other things you need to do or change to address your sleep problems.  If you need a reminder then drop me a message as I can send you the sleep issues booklet to remind you.


To be updated

• Relationships

• Stress Management Skills

• Psycho-education

• Self awareness

• Address perceptions and unhelpful thought patterns or belief systems

• Processs past traumas and or losses

• Lifestyle adjustment,

• Careers, future plans and goals, sense of self

• Relationships, self esteem & worth,

• Communication skills & Assertiveness,

• Building a Support Network

• Boundaries

• Self understanding & acceptance, Self validation

• Changing thought processes

• Owning of feelings, Expression

• Psychological & Emotional development, maturing and growth