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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.
  • Online counselling for teenagers
    Online counselling for teenagers
    by Arteo
    Many parents wonder, however, whether online counselling for teenagers is a good idea. There is some growing evidence that consulting a qualified mental health professional over the internet could be quite useful for teens.
  • What To Expect From Family Therapy
    What To Expect From Family Therapy
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Family therapy (otherwise known as Family and Systemic Psychotherapy) enables family members, couples and others who care about each other to explore difficult thoughts and emotions in a safe environment. Its main aim is to allow you to better understand each other’s experiences and make useful and meaningful changes to your relationships.
  • How Do I Know If My Child Needs Therapy?
    How Do I Know If My Child Needs Therapy?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    We often think of childhood as a time of carefree play and enjoyment. Whilst this is true for the most part, many children are also vulnerable to the same emotional and mental health issues that adults face.
  • 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.
  • What Does A Child Psychologist Do?
    What Does A Child Psychologist Do?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Child psychology focuses on the mind and behaviour of children from prenatal development right the way through to adolescence. This particular branch of psychology deals not only with how children develop physically but also how they grow mentally, emotionally and socially as well.
  • Embracing Career Change
    Embracing Career Change
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Change is an inevitable part of life and can be incredibly difficult, it’s certainly not a walk in the park. There are many hurdles to face when moving careers and finding a new job - this includes finding employment within a suitable distance, a role which pays enough to support your lifestyle, and most importantly - one which will make you happy.
  • How To Increase Your Self Confidence At Work
    How To Increase Your Self Confidence At Work
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    It’s no secret that workplaces can be incredibly stressful environments. With so much of our lives spent there, it can sometimes feel hard to escape. Workplace stress can often go hand in hand with low self confidence, and low self confidence can often bring negative thoughts which can be very hard to control. If you're struggling at work, follow our top tips for getting your mojo back...
  • Career Counselling – opening the door to job satisfaction
    Career Counselling – opening the door to job satisfaction
    by UK Therapy Guide
    You may decide that you need career counselling to help with choosing a new role or even leaving the one that you are in currently. Useful at any time in life, career counselling is not only suitable for those about to enter the work field; with your working life taking up so much of your time, it is important to get it right and working with an experienced career counsellor can help.
  • 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
  • Career Guidance and Counselling
    Career Guidance and Counselling
    by UK Therapy Guide
    As recently as twenty or thirty years ago a great many of the people would retire from the jobs that they took early on in life. Long service awards were regularly given out for twenty, thirty and forty years of service. People were retiring on pensions that had accumulated over decades. Since the turn of the century this type of working pattern has declined. The reasons behind this are many, but many of them will have to do with self actualisation.
  • 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.
  • How to Help Your Bullied Child : A Parent’s Guide
    How to Help Your Bullied Child : A Parent’s Guide
    by Floss Knight
    In my work as a psychotherapist and my life as a mother, I have witnessed the long and short term effects of bullying.
  • 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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