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17 03, 2015

Nine ways to combat stress overwhelm

March 17th, 2015|CBT, Counselling, EMDR, Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy|0 Comments

Stress can affect an individual in a number ways, both physically and mentally. As humans, the way in which it manifests itself will be different from person to person. Tackling [...]

1 03, 2015

Tackling Anger in Women with ITV This Morning

March 1st, 2015|CBT, Counselling|0 Comments

In January, I was invited onto ITV’s This Morning, to work alongside Dr Dawn Harper on a feature based on female anger issues; where we joined Philip Schofield and Christine [...]

1 03, 2015

Is the rising trend of anger in women affecting you?

March 1st, 2015|CBT, Counselling, EMDR|0 Comments

It’s perfectly normal to lose your temper every now and again, but what if it happens to you all the time? If you ever find yourself flying off the handle [...]

1 03, 2015

Using Lent to make a positive change in your life

March 1st, 2015|CBT, Counselling, EMDR|0 Comments

When we think of Lent, most of us think about giving up something. It could be stopping bad habits like smoking or drinking too much, or perhaps giving up chocolate [...]

14 08, 2014

Going on a negativity diet

August 14th, 2014|CBT|0 Comments

Negativity is all around us but quite often we don't pick up on negative signals.  It is really easy to be drawn into more and more negative situations, particularly when you are faced [...]

8 02, 2012

When is failure a success?

February 8th, 2012|CBT, Workplace Counseling|0 Comments

The news that Wimbledon High School for Girls, one of the country's top independent schools, is holding a Failure Week brings neatly into focus what many of us feel about [...]

24 09, 2011

How obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) affects people

September 24th, 2011|CBT|0 Comments

As its name implies, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) incorporates two important aspects: obsessions and compulsions with the former leading to the latter. The way they interrelate is important but, although [...]

7 09, 2011

What is obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)?

September 7th, 2011|CBT|0 Comments

Everyone has intrusive thoughts. They arise involuntarily and out of the blue and can be upsetting, worrying, offensive, bizarre or violent. For most of us, these thoughts are fleeting and, [...]

29 07, 2011

Massacre in Norway triggers lessons in bereavement, grief, trauma and mental health

July 29th, 2011|CBT|0 Comments

The massacre in Norway raises many points about mental health, bereavement, grief and trauma. Let's look first at Anders Behring Breivik whose actions resulted in 76 people being killed or, [...]

5 11, 2010

Trauma leaves a legacy

November 5th, 2010|CBT|0 Comments

Two inquests are currently dominating the news - reminding us that traumas leave an unpredictable legacy. It is impossible to know exactly how people will be affected by a trauma [...]