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How couples can keep wedding stress in check

Experiencing cold feet on the way to wedded bliss? Here are our top tips to tackle your big wedding day While officially celebrating love for a partner happens on a single day in a couple’s...

Parenting and your child’s mental health

Understanding how best to help your child’s mental wellbeing

Benefitting from the global empathy movement

At The Chelsea Psychology clinic, we have a team of experts who can help you create a culture of empathy in your workplace or family.

Medication or talking therapy – what’s right for me?

Medication or talking therapy – what’s right for me? Exploring the pros and cons of each Every few months, when a new study comes out, the tide turns as to which is better – medication or...

The Stress Curve

What does your stress curve look like? Stress is looking to become the largest illness in the workplace, it’s important to keep a check of stress levels for your over health, both mental and physical....

Mood Food

Food and mood. Joined at the hip. We may think we just eat to satisfy our hunger and appetite but so much of our consumption both influences and is influenced by mood and mental attitude....

Dealing with Exam Stress

The summer season can bring plenty of exam stress and feelings of being under pressure. The number of those dealing with exam stress is rising significantly according to the NSPCC and Childline, whilst TES cites...

Stress in the Workplace

Over 11 million days are lost due to time off caused by stress in the workplace. Work is a place where we spend such a significant portion of our lives and to which we devote so much energy it is perhaps not surprising that it can be such a big contributor to our worries

What You Need to Know About Depression

Depression is a common illness, affecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide. People often confuse depression with the temporary feeling of feeling a bit down. A bad day at work can result in a person...

Self-Harm: The Invisible Epidemic

People are often reluctant to talk about or address mental health issues. Over the years, public dialogue and news articles have helped to raise awareness about different types of mental disorders. Although we may now...