Very inspiring watch.
I wrote a blog the other week about how to cope with anxiety. It got me thinking about times in my life when I feel, in retrospect, anxiety really held me back. It’s not always easy to see at the time or to know what to do. I’m not sure I always realised at theContinue reading “Is anxiety holding you back at work?”
However inevitable death and dying are the hole left by the loss of someone you love can be immeasurable and the feelings overwhelming. Grief can be complex depending on the circumstances and relationship dynamics around the death and for each person the length of time to process grief is different. It can help to createContinue reading “Coping with grief”
Most people experience some form of anxiety at some time in their lives. The feelings of anxiety that you’re experiencing are your body’s physiological response to a perceived danger. The feelings are very real regardless of whether there is actually a real danger in that moment or not. Your body is remembering and is perceivingContinue reading “Coping with anxiety”
Are you looking for a new clinical supervisor in 2023? Many of us stay with the same supervisor for years and there’s comfort in that however, the benefits of changing supervisor are enormous when we think about developing new approaches to our work, continuing professional development and exploring new opportunities. If you feel like youContinue reading “Supervision”
Nothing Changes, If Nothing Changes: This programme is suitable for anyone who is ready to make a change and learn new coping strategies for a life worth living. Whether it’s recreational drugs, alcohol, or something else that’s been your ‘go to’ when life feels difficult, now could be a good time to invest in youContinue reading “What’s coming up?”
I often invite clients to consider some form of physical activity to compliment the work they’re doing to boost their mental health. It’s often hard to find the time to prioritise our own needs over those of others so if you’re looking for a little inspiration, give this ad a watch X
If the subject of childhood trauma is close to your heart and you’re interested to learn about how trauma can affect the behaviours we choose, this may be of interest to you.
This time of year can be especially challenging for ex couples who are embarking on co-parenting as a result of a relationship breakdown. The following tips can help parents navigate their way through a potentially challenging time of the year so that everyone- especially the children can have a stress free festive season where theyContinue reading “Tips to help you through Co Parenting with an ex over the festive period”
This month, on 25th November, The UN’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender based Violence begins because nearly 1 in 3 women have been abused in their lifetime and in times of crisis this increases. Abuse is any act, incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour. Whether physical, emotional, financial orContinue reading ““Orange the World- End Violence Against Women Now!”- UNiTE campaign.”