Grief and loss are, sadly, an inevitable part of life for each of us. Many people seek counselling for bereavement. This first blog in a series of 5 detailed articles exploring grief considers why it can feel so difficult speaking about our loss, and explores common reactions to grief.
Are you someone who puts off till tomorrow what could be done today? Most of us procrastinate. In this blog, we look at why people procrastinate and consider the impacts of procrastination, as well as tips to reduce your tendency to procrastinate.
This blog looks at the ways work can impact our sense of wellbeing, and how work-related stress and anxiety can steal our serenity. We will also consider some practical self-help strategies that can support your psychological health if you feel impacted by work-related stress and anxiety.
Many people come to counselling to look at their relationship with anxiety and panic. In this blog we consider what can we learn about panic, anxiety and panic attacks from the phenomenon of panic-buying. How can we remain calm and grounded in the face of reports of panic buying?
Stress and burnout lead many people to seek counselling. In this blog, we explore practical self-help strategies to help you recover from stress and burnout.
Whilst it might be possible to cope with stress in the short term, over the long term, we’re at serious risk of burnout. In this first blog in a series of posts, we’ll look at what burnout is, who it affects and what the signs and symptoms of burnout involve.
Finding freedom from anxiety is possible. In this blog we look at what anxiety is, the purpose it may serve for us as an individual and some accessible self-help strategies that can complement counselling for anxiety.
Find support for anxiety by tapping into breath awareness