8 Ways to Cope with Distress

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A break up. Death. A bad grade. Breaking something expensive or timeless. A computer crashing. Burning your breakfast when you are running late. Missing an important holiday. Injuring yourself. Your phone dying. Moving to a new home. Not landing a job you applied for. Forgetting your wallet. Divorce. A medical diagnosis. At some point in your life, you will find … Read More

Family therapy and how it can help

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It is commonly misunderstood that therapy is performed on a one to one basis, but family therapy can be a very effective way to work through many issues. While this is normally the case there is also couples/marital therapy which would involve both partners and there is family therapy which can involve a larger number of people in a session. … Read More

Wellbeing in the workplace

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The workplace can be a minefield of factors that may have a negative impact on your mental wellbeing. Stress, anxiety, insomnia. These are only some of the issues that can emerge from feeling overwhelmed in your job, whether it is a demanding boss, an unrealistic workload, feeling bullied or a dispute with a colleague. Mental wellbeing can hugely impact employees … Read More

Self harm, self help

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It is all too often that there is too much stigma involved around something that is all too common.  Self harm is a real issue and yet, much stigma still exists around it. Should you or anyone you know experience such a situation where you are thinking about self harming or are currently in the process, then please contact us here at … Read More