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How “having it all” can diminish women’s mental health

Up until around the 1970s, the term ‘superhero’ typically conjured visions of caped men in comic books fighting off bad guys for fun, rescuing small fluffy animals and just generally saving the day. Fast forward...

Helping university students prioritise their mental health

Decades ago, the pressure heaped on university students was very different. Peer pressure consisted mostly of finding out who could party until dawn and still make it to their 9am exam. However, today there are...

Hello 2019, goodbye self defeating patterns

Reverse the January blues – it’s time to reinvent yourself It’s no wonder January is often perceived as being the gloomiest month of the year. After the excesses and indulgence of Christmas, many of us...

Maintaining good psychological health during Christmas

How to be yourself while being with the family this Christmas No matter where you’re from, or which religious traditions form part of your family’s background, Christmas has universally come to symbolise a time where...

When medication can help

How we work together with our clients to decide the best forms of private psychiatric care At the Chelsea Psychology Clinic, we have the great privilege of providing psychiatric care to people from all walks...

National Bullying Week

How the pattern of bullying can keep recurring, long after we’re all grown up Since it’s National Bullying Week, we wanted to devote some time to discussing this very important topic. While we will be...

Stress awareness day

Understanding and applying stress management techniques: the remarkable connection between mind and body Stress management is a hard task in today’s busy world, but the best starting point is to listen to your body as...

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...

Parenting and your child’s mental health

Understanding how best to help your child’s mental wellbeing

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...