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  • Coping with the pressure as a health worker during COVID
    Coping with the pressure as a health worker during COVID
    by Arteo
    The COVID-19 crisis has placed unprecedented pressure on the UK’s healthcare system, causing record rates of stress, anxiety, and depression among first responders.
  • Dealing With Stress and Depression At Christmas Time
    Dealing With Stress and Depression At Christmas Time
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Despite being known as “the most wonderful time of the year” Christmas can often be a time filled with loneliness, sadness and negativity for many. It can be especially stressful if you live with a mental health disorder.
  • Is CBT The Right Therapy For Me?
    Is CBT The Right Therapy For Me?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Cognitive behavioural therapy (or CBT) is a talking based psychotherapy which focuses on how thoughts, beliefs and attitude affect feelings and behaviour. Based on the theory that how we think directly affects the way we feel and behave, CBT uses a combination of cognitive (examining thoughts) and behaviour (examining things we do) therapies to help people overcome and manage their problems.
  • Skype therapy – what it is and how it works
    Skype therapy – what it is and how it works
    by UK Therapy Guide
    Many issues that are usually dealt with via face-to-face counselling can be dealt with via Skype
  • EMDR
    EMDR
    by UK Therapy Guide
    EMDR Stands for Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing. It is possibly one of the most groundbreaking therapies to be discovered and developed in the last thirty years. Discovered by Francine Shapiro in 1988, it is now recognised as an evidence based treatment by the most reputable of therapists globally.
  • Virtual exposure.
    Virtual exposure.
    by Floss Knight
    We can not be who we are not We can not have what we can not reach We can not be full when we starve our souls We can stand in our truth and be seen The frenetic world in which we live where every waking and sleeping hour is dominated by devices and technology relying on obsessive levels of interaction that become habitual.
  • Why Has There Been a 200% Increase in Young People Seeking Help for Exam Stress?
    Why Has There Been a 200% Increase in Young People Seeking Help for Exam Stress?
    by Ciaran O'Brien
    A recent report by the NSPCC has revealed that the number of young people in Britain seeking counselling specifically over exam stress has increased by 200% in recent years, a truly staggering amount.
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