Beverley Chambers Counsellor in Bromley

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Can divorce or separation end amicably? Interview on Shelagh Fogarty's LBC Radio Talk Show

Published January 19, 2017

I was invited on Shelagh Fogarty's LBC Radio Talk Show to talk about divorce and separation. Listen to my interview in the below video.


The Journey After Sexual Abuse - article on Counselling Directory

Published July 1, 2016

It's not uncommon for adult survivors to feel shameful about being sexually abused in the past. Read my article about the journey after sexual abuse.


Couples Counselling - article on Counselling Directory

Published August 3, 2016

What are some of the insights I have from seeing couples in therapy? Learn about this in my couples counselling article.


Alcohol and Drugs Are No Substitute For Talking - article on Counselling Directory

Published May 13, 2016

The minute you use alcohol or drugs to deal with your problems, you stop growing and healing. Find out what I mean by that in my article about dealing with addiction.


It Is Important To Talk About Depression - article on Counselling Directory

Published February 17, 2016

Some people say that one of the hardest things after being diagnosed with depression is finding a way to tell people. Here's my take on talking about depression.


Love the Skin You're In - article on Counselling Directory

Published January 13, 2016

Self-acceptance is visible to others. It brightens your persona and attracts more love and admiration than you could ever imagine. Here's my take on why you should love the skin you're in.


Try Not To Have an Unhappy Christmas - article on Counselling Directory

Published December 21, 2016

Christmas time is lonely, anxious or depressing for some people. I have some advice on how to tackle an unhappy Christmas in this article.


Alcohol Abuse Is a Form of Self-Medication - article on Counselling Directory

Published August 15, 2015

In many cases, drinking is used to mask underlying issues such as lack of confidence. Here's my experience of how people use alcohol as self-medication.


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