Author: Anna Faff

Three Passes Challenge for Autism

This is a collection of videos that were taken as part of the Three Passes Challenge for Autism 2022 charity expedition in the Himalayas Mountains in Nepal. We arrived on 23rd September 2022 (the original date of 17th April 2020 was postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic) in Kathmandu, Nepal to […]

Your privacy is my priority

There are many concerns regarding data protection and leakage of any information regarding the session’s client and content. Let me highlight a couple of points regarding my practice and your confidentiality: I am a GDPR Practitioner, and my practice is compliant with all regulations regarding data protection. I monitor my […]

Why psychotherapy?

Life can have its challenges at any time. Sometimes, it is worth talking to someone who will listen without judgment and help a person find the way out from the problem, concern or difficulty. A psychotherapist can help to address the problematic behaviour and its root cause. It might be […]

What is trauma?

“an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape, or natural disaster.” The American Psychological Association (APA) Most people will face a traumatic event at some point in their lives. Some of them will be locked in their traumatic experience, as a response to the highly emotional event. […]

When to seek help from a psychotherapist?

The American Psychological Association suggests considering therapy when something causes distress and interferes with some part of life, particularly when: Thinking about or coping with the issue takes up at least an hour each day The issue causes embarrassment or makes you want to avoid others The issue has caused […]

Love and autism

Love on the spectrum is very complicated. There is a stigma that, as the relationship progress, adults on the spectrum are losing interest, empathy and tend to treat their partners as a trophy or break the relationship. Most comments which I have met during my practice: “They pick someone who […]