How can we set healthy boundaries? Is it selfish to assert our needs and wants? How do I stop people taking advantage?
In this webinar, U.K. qualified psychotherapist and Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, Gavin Sharpe joined Tami VerHelst from Sex and Relationship Healing to discuss healthy boundaries for sex addicts and their partners. Gavin took questions live from both addicts...
Gavin Sharpe looks back at 2021 and shares his most memorable moments from the wellbeing window shows.
Listen to Gavin Sharpe’s November appearance on 106.5FM Riviera Radio on Perfection and Shame.
What is the definition of grief? How long does the grieving process last? Do we ever achieve “closure” after a loved lone has died?
What makes sex healthy? Does having more sex improve our wellbeing? Is casual sex healthy? How much sex is normal?
Listen to Gavin Sharpe’s July appearance on 106.5FM, Riviera Radio. – Are we born people pleasers? Are women people pleasers more than men? How can we assert ourselves in the face of opposition? How can I stop being over generous with friends and live with being let down by them?
Addiction is often referred to as the hole in the soul.
Our childhood matters. It shapes who we are. It impacts the development of our brains. It defines how we love and to an extent, who we love. We are all healing from our childhood wounds.
Infidelity is the most cited reason for divorce. But is infidelity what it used to be? With the onset of the Internet, has the nature of infidelity changed?
Do you feel like a failure? Do you wrestle with your inner saboteur? Do you worry about your relationships? Do you believe other people are better looking or happier? Listen to what the listeners of the Full English Breakfast Show thought about their inner critic....
On New year’s Eve 2020, U.K. qualified psychotherapist Gavin Sharpe returned to Riviera Radio to reflect on 2020 and look ahead to how we might navigate our way through 2021.
What does the future hold? How can we manage our pandemic grief and anxiety? In this informative but also light-hearted interview, U.K. psychotherapist Gavin Sharpe discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted all of our lives.