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What is DBT and when is it appropriate?

Exploring the transformative benefits of DBT When it comes to naming famous psychologists, most people would be sure to mention Freud or Jung. In today’s article, we wanted to add another to your list –...

Understanding and breaking out of the self-harm cycle

Breaking out of the self-harm cycle From our experience with self-harm over many years, we understand it as being a coping strategy that develops when people experience difficulties in managing their emotions. People who self-harm...

Overcoming trauma

Re-establishing the routine of daily life, after trauma If you’ve been following the news lately, you’ll know that a group of teenage boys and their coach have been trapped in a partially flooded cave system...

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...

Why Is CBT Growing in Popularity?

Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) has been receiving more and more attention in recent years. If you’ve heard about CBT and are wondering what all the buzz is about, here is a summary of why CBT is...

Schema Therapy: Your Questions Answered

Considering schema therapy or simply wondering if it could help you? This type of therapy has been effective in treating a whole range of issues. If you are thinking about visiting a private London psychologist...

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...

How Can Our Behaviour Affect Sufferers of Mental Illness?

Families and friends of someone who has a mental illness may not realise how influential their behaviour is. When people who care about a mental illness sufferer take the time to respond to them in...