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Mindfulness

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....

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

How Do You Know When to See a Psychiatrist?

Most of us won’t hesitate to see a doctor if we think there might be some physical issue that needs attention. Yet when it comes to our mental health, we are often far more reticent...

Psychology v Psychiatry: What’s the Difference?

Many people use the terms “psychology” and “psychiatry” interchangeably, but the truth is, there are some distinct differences between the two practices. Knowing these distinctions is important when searching for a suitable mental health professional....

Mental Health While at University

When preparing for college, many teens and young adults are consumed with important questions around the major transition ahead, such as concerns over what course of study to select, how their social landscape will change,...

Being Mindful: Q & A with Rachael Kable

Q. I would love to know more about you and how you first came across mindfulness practice. A. I’m Rachael, a mindfulness mentor, blogger and host of The Mindful Kind podcast. After experiencing stress from...

The growing popularity of mindfulness

Mindfulness has its roots firmly placed in Buddhist meditation and is loosely defined on the practice of ‘learning to live consciously in the present.’

Get Talking – Mental Health Awareness week 2016

Talking therapy is for anyone having emotional problems or a tough time dealing with something in their life.

Sex Talk

We all have a basic need to feel connected and for some of us that is with a single partner, for others that is with more than one partner.