08. September 2022
Systemic Family Practice- An Introduction
Systemic Family Practice is similar to family therapy in its approach to supporting children, young people and their families overcome problems within the family system.
08. September 2022
Behavioural Activation for Low Mood
Behavioural activation is a treatment used to support people struggling with low mood / depression. BA can be a stand alone treatment , but is usually delivered by a high or low intensity cognitive behavioural therapist (CBT).
28. July 2022
What to expect from assessments and sessions
This blog will give you a better understanding of what to expect from our service from start to end...
04. July 2022
A week in the life of a… Trainee High Intensity CBT Practitioner
Working as a Trainee HI-CBT Practitioner, the timing of my week can vary, but my tasks and appointments are usually the same. Rather than documenting a typical ‘day by day’, I’ve categorised my role and the tasks I often find myself doing on a weekly basis...
04. May 2022
Art Psychotherapy- An Introduction
Art psychotherapy is also known as Art Therapy, each term relates to a type of psychotherapy which uses art as a way of enabling the expression of feelings and emotions in a safe way with the art therapist.
02. May 2022
Tackling Exam Stress
At the moment many children and young people are preparing for tests and exams. For some of these children and young people the effects of this can be minor or even positive but research suggests that 1 in 7 students can feel highly anxious about tests and exams.
04. April 2022
5 Mindful minutes
Mindfulness is a technique that focuses on bringing your attention to the present moment. It involves noticing what is happening to your surroundings by using your senses, without casting judgement. Mindfulness is about just being, stepping ‘out of your head’ to pay attention to your body and the world around you.
31. March 2022
Anxiety and CBT Treatment
Anxiety is a normal emotion that anyone can experience, just like happiness, sadness, and anger. Many refer to anxiety as a bad or negative feeling, this is because learning to live and cope with anxiety can be challenging. Anxiety is often related to fear, this is because when faced with a difficult or uncomfortble situation, our bodies experience a surge of adrenaline to prepare us to either engage or seek safety known as the fight, flight or freeze response.
28. February 2022
Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2022
It is estimated that eating disorders affect 1 in 50 people in the UK and are known as one of the most serious mental health conditions. Whilst it is true that eating disorders are most common amongst teenage girls, they can affect anyone regardless of their age, gender or background. The earlier a person gets help and support for an eating disorder, the more likely they are to recover successfully.
10. February 2022
Seperation Anxiety
Highlighting less known issues not in the media spotlight: Separation anxiety

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