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Dealing with Grief and Bereavement

Dealing with Grief and Bereavement

Between the 2nd and 8th December 2021, it is National Grief Awareness week in the UK. The premise behind increasing awareness is to reduce the stigma associated with grief. Often, we don’t know what to say to those who are grieving and we don’t know how to support...

The Crisis in Men’s Mental Health

The Crisis in Men’s Mental Health

GLOBALLY ON AVERAGE ONE MAN DIES BY SUICIDE EVERY MINUTE OF EVERY DAY   As you can see from that startling statistic above, it’s not an exaggeration to say that men’s mental health is in crisis. Men are more likely to suffer with mental health problems and less...

Treatment for Processing Traumatic Memories

Treatment for Processing Traumatic Memories

Traumatic memories, which can also lead to PTSD, cause millions of people problems in their daily lives every year. Some people have lived with the symptoms caused by trauma for years and are often told that there is nothing that can be done to help. However, it can...

Creating Better Mental Health Awareness

Creating Better Mental Health Awareness

Did you know that approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health illness each year? Good mental health is being able to live the life you want to. Poor mental health is when your thoughts, feelings or reactions impact your judgements and make...

Helping a Suicidal Person – Tips and Resources

Helping a Suicidal Person – Tips and Resources

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. It is important to raise awareness on this topic and provide people with vital information that could save a life. Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone regardless of age, gender or background. Although common, suicidal...

Poor Mental Health and The LGBTQ+ Community

Poor Mental Health and The LGBTQ+ Community

Over the last few years there has been mounting evidence supporting the likelihood of poor mental health within the LGBTQ+ community. We examine the different factors that might potentially play a part in this situation.   Definition of LGBTQ+ LGBTQ+ is an acronym to...

10 Ways to Build Self-Esteem

10 Ways to Build Self-Esteem

What is self-esteem? In essence self-esteem is how we think about ourselves. It is based on our perceptions and opinions. Having high self esteem means you value yourself more, understand your strengths and believe in yourself to achieve new goals. “Low self esteem is...

Treating Binge Eating Disorders

Treating Binge Eating Disorders

I regularly treat binge eating disorders and from the experiences that I have had I see a very strong relationship with the disorder and the client’s basic emotional needs. This kind of therapy is quite unusual in treating binge eating disorders. It targets the...

8 Ways to Help Manage Social Anxiety

8 Ways to Help Manage Social Anxiety

After 15 months of lockdown, many people are feeling more anxious about social situations. If you already suffered with social anxiety, you may find the ‘re-opening’ of the world is very overwhelming. You may find you are in constant worry about returning to ‘normal’....

What Is Hypnotherapy and How Can It Help You?

What Is Hypnotherapy and How Can It Help You?

Hypnotherapy as a term is widely used, and many assumptions are made as to what it is. There are many different types of hypnotherapy and it is used in a vast number of different ways. It’s a fair assumption that what it means to one will be radically different to...

Using Nature to Improve Your Mental Health

Using Nature to Improve Your Mental Health

This week has been Mental Health Awareness Week (May 10th - May 16th 2021) The theme this year has been nature and the essential role it plays in promoting good mental health for everyone.   For that reason, I wanted to explain in a bit more detail just why nature is...

Would You Know If You Had Depression Symptoms?

Would You Know If You Had Depression Symptoms?

Would you know if you were suffering with depression? The problem can be that many depression symptoms mimic the stresses of everyday life and so often go undiagnosed. The four main symptoms that we are examining today together form the cycle of depression.     ...

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