It's a crazy, crazy time in the word right now. No one really knows what is going on, not even the government. All we know is that Coronavirus is hitting and breaking things left, right and centre. It's tearing down businesses, its destroying lives, it's turning our normality upside down and everybody, I mean everybody, is struggling in some way or another.
It may seem stupid to double check that your new potential therapist knows about OCD as they're a therapist, they're there to help you right? And surely they wouldn't offer you their services if they didn't? Well, you'd like to think so but this isn't always the case. This articles was sparked this morning in my imagination after I attended an assessment at a new therapy practice in the hopes of finding a full time and long-term therapist.
It's that time of year again where the nights are still dark and you arrive home from work to the expected warmth of your home only to realise that you didn't set the heating correctly. It's freezing, it's bleak and it seems to be a month full of downs and low points with things going wrong for no reason at all.