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Starting the new school year with positivity

Start the new school year with flying colours When this time of year comes around, many of us will reminisce over the delight of receiving a fresh box of pencils, or blank notebooks. While the...

Are we addicted to happy?

Is it possible to be addicted to happiness? While it was Oscar Wilde who once famously said “everything in moderation, including moderation”, we wanted to explore the topic of addiction and whether there really is...

How to overcome the holiday blues this summer

Beat those post holiday blues Returning back to your daily life after time away on holiday can sometimes feel like a bit of a drag. Though you’ve only been back at work for two or...

The importance of exercise on mental health

Get your mind and body in shape for the ultimate wellbeing How exercise impacts your mental health, and vice versa Since it’s Men’s Health Week from 11-17 June, we wanted to explore the topic of...

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...

How to Know If It’s More Than Normal Teenage Angst – Part 2

Dealing with a teenager can be difficult at the best of times. The problem is knowing when your teenager is suffering from more than normal teenage moodiness. At our private psychiatrist London-based clinic we are...

Bullying in the Workplace – Why and How Does It Happen?

Bullying is most commonly associated with the playground. Sadly, though, it can often persist deep into adulthood. ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) released a paper in 2015 which discussed how it is increasingly common...

Resolutions are not just for the New Year

It is the start of a new year and many see this as a chance to bring a fresh energy to their goals in life.  There is something very appealing about imagining one can just...