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Returning to work after cancer treatment

Wednesday, 14 December 2011. Posted in Miscellaneous

Returning to work may be great to restore that feeling of getting back to normal, however, it can also be stressful and be both physically and emotionally draining. To help you return to work after cancer - here are some tips or speak to our specialist cancer counsellor who can help with the issues you are facing.

How will you fit back into your old job after surviving cancer? Getting back to work can give you a massive psychological boost after the ordeal of treatment and a considerate employer can make all the difference. Here’s some help to prepare ...

Managing your recovery from cancer

Wednesday, 14 December 2011. Posted in Miscellaneous

Moving on with your life after you have cancer can sometimes prove difficult. However, with the right help and support you can manage your feelings and can some control over your life again.

Support when your cancer treatment ends. Cancer treatment tends to take over your life. You, your family and friends are all focused on it. Everything you do or plan to do revolves around it. And as soon as ‘the experts’ assume responsibility ...

How cancer affects your relationships

Wednesday, 14 December 2011. Posted in Miscellaneous

Cancer can affect many areas of your life including your relationships with your partner, family and children as well as impact your sex life. However, with the right support and help you can overcome these challenges.

How a cancer diagnosis affects your children, your partner and your sex life. Dealing with the reactions of family and friends can be difficult. Whether you keep the news to a select few or ‘go public’, the shock will affect different people in ...

Adjusting to a cancer diagnosis.

Wednesday, 14 December 2011. Posted in Miscellaneous

Being diagnosed with cancer can create emotional issues for you and your family. Having the support of a specialist cancer counsellor, however, can really help you and your family manage these issues and navigate the emotions and fears that you maybe experiencing

Dealing with the effect of being diagnosed with cancer There are better treatments all the time and more and more people are recovering from it. But there’s still no disease we fear like cancer. We fear the effects of the disease, the ...

Understanding Bipolar

Friday, 09 December 2011. Posted in Bipolar Disorder

Understanding Bipolar and recognising the signs and symptoms is important if looking to manage the illness effectively. A proper diagnosis is essential as misdiagnosis can lead to treatment that can create more problem difficulties for the individual. At Clinical Partners our team of experts can properly assess, diagnose and treat individuals suffering from Bipolar.

What is Bipolar Affective Disorder Bipolar Disorder, also called manic-depressive illness, causes extreme mood swings that include emotional highs (mania) and lows (depression) that can have a severe impact on an individual’s private and professional life. Although bipolar disorder is treatable, many ...

Identifying and understanding the causes of anorexia

Friday, 09 December 2011. Posted in Eating Disorders

Understanding the causes of anorexia maybe the first step towards recovery from this devastating illness. Anorexia can take over the whole of a persons life but with the right treatment and support it is possible to recover.

Recognising stress The signs of stress can be recognised across four key categories: Emotional issues: moodiness, irritability, depression and feelings of isolation Cognitive issues: anxiety, problems with concentration and memory Physical issues: aches, pains, ailments, constipation or diarrhoea, libido loss Behavioural issues: eating, sleeping or drinking ...

Recognising the signs of stress

Thursday, 08 December 2011. Posted in Anxiety and Stress

All issues can be addressed through effective Stress Counselling. For stress therapy to be successful, however, the sources and symptoms have to be understood by a trained clinician and communicated clearly to the sufferer.

Recognising stress The signs of stress can be recognised across four key categories: Emotional issues: moodiness, irritability, depression and feelings of isolation Cognitive issues: anxiety, problems with concentration and memory Physical issues: aches, pains, ailments, constipation or diarrhoea, libido loss Behavioural issues: eating, sleeping or drinking ...

Recovering from an Anxiety Disorders

Thursday, 08 December 2011. Posted in Anxiety and Stress

Anxiety, although definitely common, is not a word that many, who suffer from it, believe properly captures their issues. Indeed they are often surprised to be landed with such a diagnosis. Another problem is that there appear to be so many different anxiety disorders, such as: Generalised Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Panic, Phobias, other Fears and general Stress.

The range of Generalised Anxiety Disorders: Anxiety, although definitely common, is not a word that many, who suffer from it, believe properly captures their issues. Indeed they are often surprised to be landed with such a diagnosis. Another problem is that there ...

Treating Orthorexia

Thursday, 08 December 2011. Posted in Eating Disorders

Although at the outset it may be centred round health issues and healthy eating it is believed that like other eating disorders it is a method of control, a way of escaping or deflecting from fears, coping with issues with self-esteem and a way of using food to create an identity.

What causes Orthorexia? If you think you may need treatment, call us to arrange a private consultation. 0203 326 9160 When healthy eating becomes an illness Following a healthy diet does not mean you are orthorexic, and nothing is wrong with eating healthfully. Healthy eating does ...

Overcoming an eating disorder if you are a man

Thursday, 08 December 2011. Posted in Eating Disorders

Male Eating Disorders Despite some quite high profile cases of Male Eating Disorders including Peter Andre, Paul Gascoigne, David Coulthard, the athlete Colin Jackson, Justin Hawkins from The Darkness, even John Prescott revealed he was bulimic – the awareness, diagnosis and treatment ...

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