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Mindfulness has surged in popularity over the last decade, with it being practiced in schools, hospitals, prisons and businesses. Not to mention the boom in books, apps, articles and videos, designed to help people incorporate mindfulness in their day-to-day lives. Many claim that practicing mindfulness is beneficial for our mental health, but is this true?…

December is a time of fun, over-indulgence, and quality time with friends and family. Understandably, once it’s over and January comes around, many people feel low and demotivated. This post-Christmas comedown is only worsened by the limited sunshine and shorter days that January has to offer. In this article we hope to provide you with…

Lets talk about men’s mental health In the U.K, around 1 in 8 men are experiencing a common mental health issue, such as depression or anxiety (http://content.digital.nhs.uk/pubs/psychiatricmorbidity07). In recent years, many male celebrities, including Stephen Fry and Brad Pitt, have spoken openly about their mental health struggles. Despite this increase in public awareness, much stigma…

You may have heard of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) from TV, film or friends. Although awareness of OCD has increased in recent years, unfortunately there are still many myths surrounding the condition. We hope to debunk some of the more common myths in this article. • Myth 1 – OCD is a personality quirk These days…

Many of us feel low from time to time. You might feel low because you’ve have had a tough week at work or an argument with your partner. This feeling might last for a few hours or days but you’re probably able to see that things will improve in the future. If, on the other…

What is Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT)? Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is a popular form of talking therapy that can help improve how you feel by changing the way that you think (‘Cognitive’) and act (‘Behaviour’). CBT is based on the idea that the way you think affects the way that you feel and behave. Unhelpful thoughts are…

Therapy has traditionally taken place in an office, face-to-face with a therapist. However, many therapists now also offer online therapy. Online therapy increases choice and flexibility by allowing access to therapy from home, work, or wherever is most suitable for the client. Online therapy often involves talking with a therapist using video-conference software, such as…

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