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How do I find the right therapist?

Any stigma that has been associated with seeking therapy is declining – which is a good thing. Overall health, whether mental or physical is the key to happiness and well-being. With the world having moved more online in terms of

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Off Beat - Beating Anxiety Through Drumming

Beating Anxiety through drumming

What is ‘OFF BEAT’ OFF BEAT is a 3-part introductory drumming workshop designed to help balance, manage anxiety, gain energy and confidence, and feel grounded through group drumming lessons. Each 2-hour long session will be co-led by both a professional

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Do weighted blankets work?

For many people, weighted blankets have become a routine part of stress relief and healthy sleep habits. With the changes to all our lifestyles due to the pandemic, and now post-pandemic it seems that more people are experiencing anxiety and the resultant

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6 things to do when you wake up feeling anxious

Great video from Mel Robbins on how she approaches anxiety when first waking up. These are the six things she does to improve anxious feelings. https://www.instagram.com/tv/CM4SfZOlX0i/?igshid=1uuxdpzwj03zw You can find out more about Mel Robbins on her website. We also recommend

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6 Articles on coping with Menopause

Research from Kings College on the menopause Researchers from King’s College London have, for the first time, shown that brief self-help therapy for women to manage menopausal symptoms had a significant positive impact on their working lives. Find out more

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Challenging ‘cognitive distortions’

In a recent article entitled ‘People With Depression Show Hints Of Distorted Thinking In The Language They Use On Social Media’ Emily Reynolds discusses the inaccurate thought patterns that often affect those with depression. These distortions include jumping to conclusions,

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