Bayside Psychotherapy: News and Opinion

Holiday breaks in counselling and psychotherapy

Submitted by on 15th Mar 2013

Easter and Passover are around the corner. While families across the world are making plans for reunions and celebrations to honour these important cultural events, for those in therapy it can also involve taking a break from sessions. Therapy holidays are often very difficult to manage and provoke all sorts of issues concerning attachment, abandonment, […]


Erectile dysfunction effecting gay and straight men

Submitted by on 7th Mar 2013

It is expected that as we age, there will be changes in our erection function. The Viagra Web site claims that half of all men between the ages of 40 and 70 experience at least occasional erectile dysfunction symptoms. For gay (and straight) men these changes are often anything but acceptable. It’s very usual for […]


Hypnotherapy For Children

Submitted by on 5th Mar 2013

Life is a journey of learning. And it is more so in the rapidly unfolding and very intense years of childhood, when most of the knowledge we use as adults is gained. Learning to walk, run, draw, write and count and many other abilities, together with mastering our own feelings and emotions and using them […]