For people who are known for their listening skills, counsellors can sometimes talk a lot! We tend to be passionate about good mental health and want to share information - especially on our websites! If you are considering counselling and simply want to know the basics about what I offer, why not check out my… Continue reading FAQs
Following the heat wave, most of us have experienced some stormy weather over the past few days. And maybe you are one of those people who have been suffering with a headache as a result. Thunder, lightning, grey skies and high humidity can all cause head pain if you are prone to headaches. According to… Continue reading Stormy weather and headaches
Don't worry, there are no spoilers here! I'm talking about those times when you find yourself thinking the same old thoughts and doing the same old things. Some people liken it to playing the same old record, going round and round on a carousel, or finding themselves trapped on a downward spiral. For some reason… Continue reading Mamma mia; here I go again!
Sunny weather can feel wonderful after a cold or wet spell, but prolonged periods of heat can have a negative impact on your mental wellbeing. Heat causes your body to work overtime as it tries to cool your system, and extended exposure to heat can lead to sleeplessness, lethargy, lack of appetite, and dehydration, all… Continue reading Feelin’ hot, hot, hot!
We use things to enhance our view all the time. Us humans like to look at stuff, whether it's other people, the natural world, or crazy cat videos on Youtube. We might pop on a pair of glasses or magnify the screen to find the information we need to satisfy our curiosity. Perspective is also… Continue reading A question of perspective
How often do you take the time to rejoice and celebrate the good stuff? If you could throw a party for something today, what would it be for? Getting the ironing done, making it to work on time, or hearing the words, "I love you" from someone special? The sad fact is that we often… Continue reading Time to celebrate!
According to behavioural scientist, Nick Hobson, FOMO, or the fear of missing out, has always been around, it's just we now have a formal nomenclature to describe it. FOMO has us wondering if other people are having more fun than us, doing more exciting things than us, or living a more fulfilling life than us. … Continue reading FOMO and sleep