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Working with Depression Workshop

Our next workshop is on Saturday 5th October and will be about understanding and working with depression. What is it and how does it manifest? What is happening in our bodies when we are depressed? How does our childhood play

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Workshop: Using creative therapy to explore common issues

Our next workshop is Saturday 15th June and will be a day of learning how to use crafts to explore hidden issues You will be drawing from your own lives and taking part in activities that encourage thinking, feeling, ideas

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Social Networks and Life Events

At our workshop on Saturday 16th June we will be looking at the effects of common life events on your clients – these effects can range from depression and stress to insomnia and relationship conflict. Life events will include divorce,

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Workshop: Pain-free CBT!

Our workshop on Saturday 17th March 2018 will focus on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. We will explore what it is and how it works, then apply it to some common issues. By the time you leave you will be able to use

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A message from a sufferer: you are not alone

P is 34 years old and has had depression and anxiety since the age of thirteen. Despite knowing his triggers, P has difficulty in multiple areas such as family, isolation and other social aspects of life. However, he reached out

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Overcoming OCD on a long walk

This week, the BBC website had a lovely inspiration article about Tom Clancy, a man with severe OCD who has been tackling the 1,200 mile walk from John O’ Groats to Land’s End for charity. He has had to deal

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Struggles of a veteran

Written by Holly Black. Many people may assume that a veteran leaving their military post is always a positive, happy and special time. No-more long periods of time away from home, no more being posted unexpectedly to daunting countries, no

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Counsellors can help schools cope

 In a recent survey by the Association of School and College Leaders, over half of the head teachers who took part said that they struggled to get mental health care for their students at a time when self-harm, cyberbullying and suicidal

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