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By Dr Nicholas Jenner

Mental Health Blog
By Dr Nicholas Jenner

Welcome to my blog dedicated to mental health issues. I have been regularly writing about these issues for over a decade and the Online Therapist blog and app are a collection of my articles and podcasts on matters that affect people day-to-day such as relationships, codependency, narcissist abuse, parenting and depressionBrowse through the top menu to explore more. It is my aim to continue to write blogposts and create podcasts and make this content freely available as a resource. I hope you enjoy this blog.

Dr Nicholas Jenner

Counselling Psychotherapist

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The Role Of Rumination And Why We Do It More In Tough Times

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We have a real problem with staying the moment and for some, it is unfamiliar territory. For some others, it is dangerous territory where reality bites. We are often told in therapy that we need to stay more mindful of what we believe about ourselves and to work on irrational thoughts…

The Role Of Rumination And Why We Do It More In Tough Times

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Decision Making? A Reflection Of Your Self Esteem

Every day, we are faced with a decision to make. Sometimes, they are small and sometimes, they are decisions of great magnitude. However, many people have trouble coming to a conclusion whatever the size of the task…

Can Group Therapy Really Help Codependent Recovery?

Group therapy is often defined by stereotypes taken from television programmes, especially in the US, depicting recovering alcoholics starting the process by stating “My name is… I am an alcoholic”. This is often heralded by the rest of the group as the starting point of recovery…

How To Understand What A Porn Addiction Does To A Relationship

Porn has a bad reputation and is often seen as somebody’s dirty little secret. The stereotype of the typical porn viewer is a single white male who watches late at night giving the impression that people view porn alone and as a substitute for having a partner…

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There are a range of books that tell us how to deal with our family of inner critics. Most centre on mantras and progressively aggressive language to deal with them…

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Childhood Shame: How It Shapes Our World

We can all remember events in our childhood where we felt shame and those memories linger. You can see children being shamed every day on the streets of any town or city…

Finding Your Adult Self Can Be Difficult

If we are honest with ourselves, we spend a lot of time in ‘child’ mode, re-enacting aspects of our development. Whether it’s in conflict with another or when we are ruminating or listening to our own self-talk, our younger selves often come through, consolidating our early beliefs…

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Starting the process is easier than you may think. All you need to do is contact me by mail or telephone and arrange the first consultation. This is free and will allow you to present your issues.

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My work, highlighted on this app, is a collection of my ongoing mission to provide free resources on issues that affect people day-to-day. The Online Therapist App is available on Google Play and App Store.

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Welcome to my online therapy hub dedicated to codependent recovery. Explore the wealth of resources available to start your path to recovery.

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