Catastrophising is one of the quickest ways to fill up your stress bucket. Often, we know it’s an irrational response and it can be extremely emotionally draining. But why do […]
Last year, I read Being Mortal by Atul Gawande (great book – really recommend!). He describes how the mental health of residents in a care home improved drastically when they […]
Over the years, I have found that clients with certain attitudes move more swiftly and effectively in their therapy journey than others. So, I wanted to share the 7 things […]
It is only natural to think that we need to analyse and examine a problem. After all, we need to solve it, right? But going over our issues over and […]
Working from home raised some anxiety at the time for both employees and management, but the novelty wore off pretty quickly. And now we’re faced with the next anxiety: Return […]
5 tips on coping with anxiety as we come out of lockdown and things begin to go back to ‘normal’ – be careful of sensory overload and pace yourself. It’s not a race to the finish line!