Please find below our recent blog posts tagged under the category 'General'...
Clinical Wills, what are they and why should therapist have them? Polly Irvin discusses the importance and good practice of making them.
The societal and financial expectation to make Christmas special can end up with a pressure cooker bubbling to boiling point over the Christmas season, says Dr Rachel Adams, a counselling psychologist at our Exeter centre, as she shares some suggestions for a more harmonious holiday...
We are told every year that Christmas is a time for family. But what if family time brings about challenging dynamics that activate all your triggers and learned behaviours? Daiga Osina, a clinical hypnotherapist from our Bristol centre, suggests some ways to support yourself during difficult social situations…
For the eco-conscious amongst us, Christmas brings eco-anxiety more than ever. Abi Saunders, a counsellor from our Hove centre, shares a few simple ideas to help us be more mindful of the environmental impact of this time of year...
Hypnotherapist Tom Carter shares with us the reason on why the best life goal, is to have one and how to go about it; including 5 steps to help you get there.
Psychotherapeutic counsellor and hypnotherapist Lucy Etherington explores the psychological dark woods of being lost and the journey of discovering the way through to clarity.
Behavioural Specialist and Solution Focused Hypnotherapist Antony Curtis explores the benefits of homework for clients in therapy
Body Psychotherapist, Anne Ryan, explores the healing power of vocal sound.
Daniel Kronenberg (Clinical Hypnotherapist) looks at the negative impact of sleep deprivation on our emotional states.
Dr Rachel Adams explores Aphasia, a complex language disorder resulting from neurological damage to the brain. It can affect a person’s ability to talk, write and understand spoken and written language, whilst leaving other cognitive abilities intact.
FOGO - have you, or someone you care for, suddenly developed a fear of going out?
Poetry by Angus Landman on seeing Michaelangelo’s Pieta St Peters Rome
Emma Cayless reflects on her experience of true mind-body connection through meditation and the breath.
Psychotherapist Sonja Anthony looks at finding happiness through body and mind.
Body Movement Psychotherapist, Hannah Murdoch, discusses the language of Body Mind.
Susan Lacroix looks at holistic health and ways of helping ourselves.
Psychotherapist, Hermione Brown, explores our mind - body connection and how we can listen to our bodies to gain insight into our stresses and troubles.
Paula Bowen-Scott explores the soothing powers of a Gong bath.
Caroline Duggan looks at the mind and body connection through her work as a Body Psychotherapist and her use of touch with sessions.
Villy Tichkova explores the dance between Mind and Body.
This month's focus is on the mind-body connection and holistic healing. Daniel Kronenberg starts us off with his blog on IBS and Hypnotherapy.
In this short blog, Angus Landman outlines and suggests the four stages of the “Art” of listening and expands a little on each.
CBT Therapist, Tom Holland-Pearce looks at socialising and friendship as an introvert.
The impact of friendship on our wellbeing.
When considering the troubles of the world, I sometimes ask myself, if the world were my client how would I be in relation to it?
I think this will be seen to be a truly epoque defining moment in human history. Are we ready to take advantage of it?
Some nutritional tips from Helen Cooke, a nutritionist in Bristol about how to boost immunity during Coronavirus.
As part of a professional response to the current unprecedented crisis, the Help Hub are seeking qualified psychotherapists and counsellors to provide an online or telephone service to those in urgent need of emotional support.