I saw the Thriving at Work report as an opportunity to share information about stress indicators, the impact of stress and stress management, whilst everyone's eyes were open to the statistics.
This day was actually created in 1978 due to the conflict between Israel and Egypt and since in 2017 the world is still filled with conflict - I think it's just as significant today.
The push and pulls when making the decision to go to therapy; we all have them.
I have decided to do a World Kindness Week Challenge, and if you're reading this then I'm guessing you're into acts of kindness.
I think the best place to start is to acknowledge the difference in dynamic of the sibling relationship, which is unlike no other. They have no choice but to spend a lot of time together and unlike the relationship with the parent or carer, their survival doesn’t depend on their attachment; so there’s nothing lost when one upsets the other.
Anxiety can be so debilitating and if you are to change this; these 5 things are where you need to start. Click to read more.
I once worked with a 17 year old who told me how she hasn’t slept or eaten due to the stress around sitting her exams – she told me she took a break to walk the dog and ended up being sick by the side of the road, from stress…she gave permission for me to share this;
This blog is written with our teenagers in mind; those teens immersed in social media, those who would probably regard social media as being one of the most important things in their lives.
Want to improve your well-being but aren't sure where to start? This blog highlights 6 ways you can make positive steps today.
As a therapist, we are taught key qualities that are required to compliment good therapy interventions; why? Because therapy is often embedded within the relationship between the client and therapist.