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How to Successfully Beat Anxiety and Stress

Monday, 07 November 2016. Posted in Anxiety and Stress

Regaining Hope When It Might Seem Lost

How to Successfully Beat Anxiety and Stress

Ian Wharmby, Registered General Nurse and Clinical Partner Liverpool discusses stress and anxiety, two of the most common mental health issues in the UK and looks at the differences, the causes and what can be done to help. “Many people suffer from ...

Ten Top Memory Tips

Tuesday, 18 October 2016. Posted in Miscellaneous

Ten Top Memory Tips

Professor Narinder Kapur – Consultant Neuropsychologist and Clinical Partner London is an eminent neuropsychologist with years of experience of helping those with memory problems.  Here, he gives his top ten tips to help those who are struggling to remember things. “Memory lapses ...

Let's Not Forget About Special Guardians!

Monday, 17 October 2016. Posted in Adoption/Guardianship, Parenting and Families

Let's Not Forget About Special Guardians!

This week – 17th October to 26th October 2016 – is National Adoption Week. #SupportAdoption Chances are you will know someone who has adopted a child or who was adopted themselves – even if they haven’t told you.  Adoptive parents are often, ...

The Adoption Support Fund

Sunday, 16 October 2016. Posted in Adoption/Guardianship, Infographics, Parenting and Families

How it helps thousands of families every year

The Adoption Support Fund

The Adoption Support Fund is a Government funded resource that is helping thousands of adopted children and their families living in England.  The fund can also be used for children under a Special Guardianship Order and can be used up until ...

Psychological First Aid

Monday, 10 October 2016.

How we can all help

Psychological First Aid

#WMHD16 World Mental Health Day on the 10th October, is an annual event to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world. The theme for 2016 is Psychological First Aid and the ways in which people can provide support to those ...

5 things you should know if your child has a phobia

Thursday, 08 September 2016. Posted in Child Anxiety

5 things you should know if your child has a phobia

We might all have a few things we really don’t like, spiders, heights or a trip to the dentist can see people running for the hills, but for people with a phobia, their fears are much, much stronger.  Symptoms of phobias ...

What every parent needs to know about their teenager’s brain

Thursday, 08 September 2016. Posted in Parenting and Families

What every parent needs to know about their teenager’s brain

Ask any parent about life with a teenager and you may well hear them recant tales about technology obsessed, monosyllabic teens who go off the rails.  Whilst this is an unfair stereotype of teenagers and often, fortunately, far from the truth, during ...

4 key ways family therapy can help overcome mental health illnesses

Thursday, 08 September 2016. Posted in Parenting and Families

4 key ways family therapy can help overcome mental health illnesses

Family therapy can improve the rates of recovery and reduce the risks of relapse, as well as offer valuable and needed support to other family members. If you or someone in your family has been diagnosed with a mental health issue, you ...

Does your child have anxiety? Here are our top tips for parents

Wednesday, 07 September 2016. Posted in Child Anxiety

Does your child have anxiety? Here are our top tips for parents

Anxiety affects about 1 in 5 children and teenagers in the UK.  Whilst it is normal for us all to have worries at times, anxiety disorders are a lot more serious and can seriously affect your child’s social, personal and intellectual ...

ADHD in Women - Why is it so undiagnosed?

Wednesday, 07 September 2016. Posted in ADHD/ADD, Miscellaneous

ADHD in Women - Why is it so undiagnosed?

The fastest growing group of people to be diagnosed with ADHD is women and in particular, mothers.  Female ADHD is somewhat overshadowed by male ADHD -  we know that boys are three times as likely to be diagnosed with ADHD as ...

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