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Why We're Weaving a New Story - About Post-Natal Depression

Wednesday, 04 January 2017. Posted in Anxiety and Stress, Parenting and Families

Why We're Weaving a New Story - About Post-Natal Depression

PND affects over 1 in 10 new mums – a staggering statistic when you consider that children of mums with PND are more like to develop anxiety, low self-esteem and depression later on in life¹. Here, Dr Tamara Russell, Clinical Psychologist and ...

Weaving a New Story for Post-Natal Depression

Wednesday, 21 December 2016. Posted in Anxiety and Stress, Parenting and Families

Dr Tamara Russell

Weaving a New Story for Post-Natal Depression

Post natal depression affects over 1 in 10 new mothers but is often hugely misunderstood or misdiagnosed as ‘baby blues’. For those with PND, it can be a hugely distressing time – feelings of immense guilt, hopelessness and confusion are common ...

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 ...

How to beat Christmas stress

Wednesday, 09 December 2015. Posted in Anxiety and Stress

How to beat Christmas stress

Many of us look forward to Christmas as a time to celebrate, spend time with friends and family and a have a break from the normal 9 to 5 of life. However, this time of year also brings a lot of challenges ...

Professional Help for GP’s suffering from Burnout and Stress

Tuesday, 16 July 2013. Posted in Anxiety and Stress

If you are a GP affected by professional stress or burnout or simply wish to manage your well-being more effectively this evidence-based programme will be able to help you.

Professional Help for GP’s suffering from Burnout and Stress

Much has been written about GP’s suffering from Burnout and Stress at work recently. A recent survey of 500 British GPs published in BMJ Open found 46% of Doctors were emotionally exhausted, 42% were depersonalised and 34% felt they were not achieving a ...

Stress, Burnout and Addictions

Wednesday, 13 March 2013. Posted in Anxiety and Stress

Stress, Burnout and Addiction - more common than perhaps you may realise. This is not a minor condition it can really impact both your physical and mental well-being - so it is important to be able to recognise the signs and seek professional treatment for burnout and addictions as soon as possible.

Burnout comes from stress – stress from work pressures, problems with colleagues, family issues, and financial difficulties – in other words modern day life! It is a state of mental, physical and emotional exhaustion caused by prolonged and excessive stress. For some ...

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 ...

Counselling for Anxiety

Friday, 30 September 2011. Posted in Anxiety and Stress, Treatments

It’s normal at times to feel anxious and tense when facing a stressful situation or when under pressure. With the current economic climate it sometimes feels we are all under a collective cloak of anxiety! Anxiety obviously is a natural mechanism ...

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