Apps at Counselling Hampton

At Counselling in Twickenham, Enduring Mind, I also offer individual and couples counselling to clients and counselling In Hampton Area. Please click above and go to my homepage for more information. Below is a set of links to free Apps from Google which can help you with mindfulness practice. The images and descriptions are as presented on Google Play. None of the Apps have been created by me and all copyright belongs to the authors and publishers. I have experimented with the Apps and they work well in conjunction with counselling as a means of Self-help. I offer counselling to clients at reasonable rates for counselling in Hampton area.

Individual Counselling - £50 / daytime session and £55/evening session 

Couples Counselling   - £65/session

Apps to download

MINDFULNESS BELL - This is an App for Mindfulness of Breathing & Meditation. With this App, the Mindfulness Bell can be set to ring at certain periods. This give you the chance to pause for a moment and create the potential for new ways of thinking or adapting your mindset. Accepting feedback shows a willingness to accept new ideas and responding appropriately; as well as invest in change for the mutual benefit your relationship. Do not automatically assume the other person wants to attack or criticise you, when they simply want to reflect a different viewpoint.



BUDDHIST MEDITATION TRAINER is your personal trainer for relaxing and enlightening meditation. It features 10 levels of enlightenment with deeper quotes to meditate on in every level. All with a simple to use meditation timer. Simply start meditating for 5 minutes every day to feel the difference. After ten days you will gain a level and further enlightenment. You can easily set the meditation sounds and target duration in the preferences screen. Buddhist Meditation Trainer helps you remember to meditate with a daily notification. You can turn this off or on in the configuration page. Helps in counselling.


BREATHE2RELAX is a portable stress management App which provides detailed information on the effects of stress on the body; as well as instructions and practice exercises to help users learn diaphragmatic breathing for stress relief. Breathing exercises have been documented to decrease the body’s ‘fight-or-flight’ (stress) response, and help with mood stabilization, anger control, and anxiety management. Breathe2Relax can be used as a stand-alone stress reduction tool, or can be used in tandem with clinical care directed by a healthcare worker. A useful counselling tool.


STOP PANIC & ANXIETY SELF HELP - Learn to control panic and get relief from anxiety. Self-Help for Panic Disorder. The info in this app assumes that the user is suffering from panic attacks due to Panic Disorder. It may not be applicable to other forms of anxiety. It focuses on the fear of having a panic attack and the fear of the sensations when having a panic. This is part of the anxiety counselling tools for clients at Counselling in Hampton.



DEPRESSION CBT SELF-HELP GUIDE - Screening test with graph to monitor severity of depressed mood. Articles about clinical depression and cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). 50 suggestions from CBT with a tracking feature to help focus positively and motivate. Depression Assistance Audio to help understand clinical depression. Cognitive Thought Diary - learn to challenge stressful thinking & provide positive feedback. Emotion Training Audio to learn to access calming moods or emotions. Relaxation Audios to learn deep relaxation.



QI GONG MEDITATION - learn relaxation methods! Please email problems or suggestions. We are listening and want to provide a quality app. Contains articles about: meditation & relaxation, managing stress, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). This is also recommended at Counselling in Hampton as part of mindfulness training. This means you can learn to adapt meditation and Mindfulness of Breathing Practice; developing different approaches to integrate into your day.



Counselling quotations and thoughts on mindfulness

My Thoughts & Reflections as a counsellor in Hampton


"We are our others, since each has left their mark upon us." (A, Caplan, 1992)

As human beings we are firmly embedded in networks of interpersonal relationships from the moment we are born. And through our interactions with significant others (parents or caregivers) we create our sense of 'Self', constructing our identities by initiating interactions with others or responding to them and then storing them as self-narratives in our memories. By remembering, reflecting and reinterpreting these memories of interactions with others we write a continuous script (self-narrative) by which we define ourselves. This is the representational Self - a constant reference point for knowing who we are. And in this sense the Self is a conglomeration of remembered interactions - we are our others, since each has left their mark upon us.


"Self-acceptance, means holding up the light to oneself and acknowledging one’s own shadow." (C. G. Jung, 1947)

Over time we may learn the rather painful and inconvenient truth that we're capable of being both good and bad. This means learning to accept the 'light' and 'shadow' side of our soul, rather than remain in denial. If we do not move towards a more open, non-defensive self-knowledge we are destined to suppress the unacceptable side of ourselves and project it onto others; blaming them for actions we cannot take responsibility for. In this way we allow our destructive impulses free reign and we are continually destined to find fault with 'them over there' and not 'us over here'.


"The most challenging journey we are faced with is the struggle to find a way of living with ourselves."

The most difficult struggle for human beings during their lifetime is how to learn self-acceptance.


"True strength lies in the power of acknowledging one’s vulnerability."

So many of us either judge ourselves as inadequate or weak, without realising it is with tremendous courage that we are able to acknowledge and accept our vulnerabilities and limitations.

Sigmund Freud

"One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful."

"He that has eyes to see and ears to hear may convince himself that no mortal can keep a secret. If his lips are silent, he chatters with his fingertips; betrayal oozes out of him at every pore."

"Most people do not really want freedom, because freedom involves responsibility, and most people are frightened of responsibility."


Carl Gustav Jung

"Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to a better understanding of ourselves."

"Nothing has a stronger influence psychologically on their children than the unlived life of the parent."

"The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed."

"As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being."


Melanie Klein

"My psycho-analytic work has convinced me that when in the baby's mind the conflicts between love and hate arise and the fears of losing the loved one become active, a very important step is made in development."


Donald Winnicott

“The mother gazes at the baby in her arms, and the baby gazes at his mother's face and finds himself therein...provided that the mother is really looking at the unique, small, helpless being and not projecting her own expectations, fears, and plans for the child. In that case, the child would find not himself in his mother's face, but rather the mother's own projections. This child would remain without a mirror, and for the rest of his life would be seeking this mirror in vain.”