Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) comes and goes in a seasonal pattern around the year and is a type of depression. It can be hard to live with SAD, especially with symptoms and experiences differing between individuals.
When we think of menopause, it is very likely to imagine the physical toll of hormonal changes. The loss of oestrogen during this time can wreak havoc on a person's mental health too.
September marks the back-to-school period for many children across the UK and the end of six weeks of holiday time for parents. However, whilst it is a sigh of relief for children to go back to school for many, the end of the summer holiday stress can be just the start of a new set of pressures that comes with new term time.
- Your core beliefs shape your world, but they are not always right GalleryAddiction, Alcoholism, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Blog Posts, Chronic Pain, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dementia, Depression, Domestic Violence and Emotional Abuse, Insomnia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Personality Difficulties, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Psychotherapy
It is easier for us to admit when our thoughts and feelings are causing us harm than when our Core beliefs are. Our thoughts and feelings eventually tend to attract the attention of ourselves and others.
- What’s the difference between a Psychologist, a Psychiatrist, a Counsellor and a Coach? GalleryBlog Posts, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Diagnostic Assessment, Life Coaching, Parenting Advice and Therapy, Psychotherapy
Do you need a clinical psychologist, a psychiatrist or a coach in Birmingham? Find out how each helps you in different ways.
I'm often asked who the right professional is for a particular mental health [...]