Five End-of-year Marketing Tips for Therapists

By on December 20, 2011

You will agree with me that the number one reason majority of us became therapists was to help those who needed our expertise. You will also agree with me that the number one reason that many of us decided to open our own therapy businesses was because we love setting our own working hours and love the freedom that comes with being the therapist. However, th [Read More…]

5 Ways to Let Go of the Painful Past

By Helen Holmes on December 19, 2011

 How many times have you thought of your childhood? How many times have your past failures and bitterness sank in your mind? How many times do you worry that the painful experiences and mistakes might happen all over again? They say that people tend to forget the happy moments and retain all the sad and bitter things that happened in their life even if [Read More…]

Warm-up Tips for Winter That You’ll Enjoy

By Amy Taylor on December 15, 2011

It’s winter time!   The winter season in UK offers a lot of cultural activities that are really fun and exciting.  However, the cold weather can make you feel down not just emotionally but also physically. Fortunately, there are some ways to warm up your winter and enjoy it like the fun-filled summertime!   Busting Off the Myth: Gett [Read More…]

Are You Chasing Your Own Goals? Or are they someone’s Else’s?

By Monica Wilson on December 13, 2011

 Clock is ticking. Few more days to go and its 2012! You must be very excited to witness another year coming. If you’re like most people, you must be thinking of your new year’s resolution as early as now. But instead of thinking of them, why not write them down? Then ask yourself – are these goals or plans that you I have are really m [Read More…]

Understanding Anxiety: When Does Anxiety Become Good for Your Health?

By Helen Holmes on December 13, 2011

Did you know that anxiety can be good for your health too?   Are you always tensed and nervous when dealing with other people or doing things you don’t usually do? Did you feel the pressure during the first time you got promoted? How did you react? Did you experience having butterflies on your stomach when you were invited to speak in front of m [Read More…]

Domestic Violence Laws Tightened in the UK

By Sharon Moore on December 12, 2011

Among the types of abuse, emotional abuse is the hardest to prove. Since there are no physical signs, it has become very difficult for investigators to gather evidences that will put the abuser to conviction. Statistics show that one in four women in the UK has experienced domestic violence. However, only 15% of the cases have been filed in court. Because [Read More…]

Raw Foods for the Brain and How They Increase Mental Performance

By Amy Taylor on December 09, 2011

    Did you know that starting your day with a fresh fruit can increase your mind’s performance and improve memory retention?   In order to become successful in our everyday endeavours, we don’t just have to be physically active. We also have to be mentally alert to be able to decide, strategise, and think more clearly. If you [Read More…]

Zumba: Why Does Dancing and Exercising Make You Happy?

By Helen Holmes on December 08, 2011

Dancing – many people are so fond of it. When we hang out in the clubs, disco houses, and in the bars, we don’t let the night pass by without spending a great time on the dance floor. Dancing is one of the oldest forms of expression. In ancient times, people dance during feasts and when they are celebrating. Who cares if you have two left feet? Y [Read More…]

Understanding Postpartum Psychosis

By Sharon Moore on December 07, 2011

Having a child is truly a wonderful gift a woman can ever have. It’s a blessing, a source of joy and happiness. But while most mums in the world are excited and happy about it, some women are going through an extremely difficult situation – hating their life and their babies. Postpartum psychosis is a very serious condition that is rarely talked [Read More…]

Phoneline for Psychological Help while Waiting for the Bus

By Fiona Howard on December 05, 2011

Since 2008, a phoneline lead by clinical consultant psychologist Jim White has been helping anxious people fight the stigma brought about by mental illness. The said service is being offered in a deprived area in southeast Glasgow. Today, there are around 2,000 calls that were received by the said phoneline.   This project has been designed for peo [Read More…]

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