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Natasha Price

The 5 steps guide to the Happiness Process

Posted by Natasha Price

28 Days Ago


Over the last few months I have noticed an increase in the number of clients and acquaintances who are suffering from severe anxiety and low mood.  There appears to be a growing number of people struggling to control the daily levels of worry and fear that arise in them.  Teenagers and young people particularly seem to... [read more]

Roger Gilbert

Oh Sleep! it is a gentle thing, beloved from pole to pole...

Posted by Roger Gilbert

32 Days Ago


Many people complain that they don't get enough sleep, or that they have poor quality sleep.  This is something to take seriously because scientists now recognise that getting too little or poor quality sleep not only leaves us feeling tired during the day, but also has a negative effect on our physical and mental wellbeing. Fortunately, recent studies... [read more]

Debbie Stanton

The effects of stress on our minds and body

Posted by Debbie Stanton

360 Days Ago


Our subconscious mind doesn't know the difference between what is real and what is not. Therefore even if you only 'think' worst case scenarios or have anxious thoughts of any kind, then that is what your subconscious will perceive as real and will respond accordingly. Think of our subconscious minds as our protection mechanism, if it feels... [read more]

Alison Lowther

Depression and Healing

Posted by Alison Lowther

363 Days Ago


There is no doubt about it, depression can be extremely debilitating on all levels. In addition, an increasing number of people are being diagnosed with depression and more and more are relying on medication to aid their mood and their functioning. I know from my own experience just how hopeless it can make you feel.  It... [read more]

Diane Oxborough

Anxiety, Panic & Claustrophobia: Case Study, Alison

Posted by Diane Oxborough

489 Days Ago


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Roger Gilbert

Havening for Phobias, Anxiety and Negative Emotions

Posted by Roger Gilbert

506 Days Ago


Have you ever wondered why one person can have a scary experience - for example, a bad flight in an aeroplane - and forget about it, while someone else can have a similar experience and develop a phobia or anxiety for the rest of their life?  Ronald Ruden, a doctor in New York State, has puzzled over this... [read more]

Christine Bartlett

Understanding and Managing Severe Anxiety

Posted by Christine Bartlett

581 Days Ago


Understanding and Managing Severe Anxiety Written by Counsellor/Clinical Supervisor and EMDR Practitioner: Christine Bartlett MBACP, BPS, BSc Hons Psychology, PG Dip Supervision, Registered EMDR Practitioner ANXIETY is something most people experience from time to time and is recognised as a normal response to situations that we perceive to be threatening. Anxiety can be helpful in some situations, for example, when... [read more]

Elizabeth Jeffries

Living Life Anxious How Psychotherapy and Counselling Can Help with Anxiety

Posted by Elizabeth Jeffries

690 Days Ago


Being Anxious Being anxious can be described in many different ways: as tension, feeling on edge, nervous, insecure, or worried. Other words used to describe anxiety include uncertainty, vulnerability, and feeling apprehensive, scared or insecure. Describing the experience of anxiety, a fairly common expression is “Anxiety is an inevitable part of life”. Or, there might even be some... [read more]

Joan Kelly

EMDR - Recommended for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - Anxieties Disorders - Depression

Posted by Joan Kelly

1105 Days Ago


EMDR is NICE (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) recommended for the treatment of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). However, EMDR has been shown to be effective also for the treatment of panic and anxiety disorders, phobias, depression, survivors of early sexual abuse, the management of chronic pain and complicated mourning. Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing... [read more]

Aileen George

Understanding Anxiety

Posted by Aileen George

1203 Days Ago


Anxiety is something all human beings experience. It's a useful survival strategy to help us concentrate, see things through until the end and keep ourselves and others safe. When we experience anxiety temporarily we are able to manage the intensification, peak and subsidence – like a wave (that is present with all feelings if we don't... [read more]


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