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Self-Development

8 Week Wellbeing Programme is launching in October 2022

In the stressful and fast-paced lives we lead, it's important that we are making our wellbeing a priority - we can't pour from an empty cup. As a way of giving back to yourself, why not join us for an 8-week wellbeing programme that tunes into what you need for YOU.
Roslin Macdonald
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Thinking Styles

Mental strength requires a three-pronged approach

1. Managing our thoughts; 2. Regulating our emotions, and; 3. Behaving productively despite our circumstances.
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Psycho Education

Managing Emotional Wellbeing

How Our Brains & Guts Work Together for Mental Health. Ten years ago, if you had asked a neuroscientist are we on the right path to understanding the inner workings of the brain, she probably would’ve gave a hearty “Yes!” But more recent research calls a lot of older assumptions about thebrain — and in fact, the whole body — works.
Apr 13, 2021
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Instant Gratification

Brief Happiness: The Truth Behind Why We Want Instant Gratification

We live in a society filled with people who have the “gotta have it right now” mindset. Growing up with technology has made us dependent on the idea of always being connected. Information, entertainment and communication are only a click away all day, every day.
Nov 30, 2020
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Self-Development

15 Things You Should Give Up to be Happy

Here is a list of 15 things, which, if you give up on them, will make your life a lot easier and much, much happier
Aug 18, 2020
Roslin Macdonald
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Anxiety/Depression

Facing Fear

Fear can be both our enemy or our friend.
Jun 5, 2020
Roslin Macdonald
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Addiction

Phases of Addiction

The signs and symptoms of addiction are not always easily identified. The following descriptions provide details of the four phases which were identified by researchers Jean Kinney and Gwen Leaton.
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Anxiety/Depression

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is a normal reaction to stressful situations. But in some cases, it becomes excessive and can cause sufferers to dread everyday situations.
Roslin Macdonald
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Addiction

Risky Business: Internet Addiction & Mental Illness

The Internet is a wild and wonderful place which has forever changed the way we live, learn, and work – but when a person can’t find a balance between their time online and their time offline, it can mean problems for their mental health.
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Individuals Counselling

Stop Being Judgmental, Start Being Compassionate

Have you ever thrown dirty looks at a parent whose child is throwing a tantrum? Stared in horror as someone bites into a greasy cheeseburger?
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Couples/Relationship Counselling

The 5 Types Of Couples Categorised Into Five Types

Drawing from over four decades of research data John Gottman has been able categorise couples into five types.
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Family Issues

How To Help Your Teenagers Revise For Exams

From avoiding threats and promises to fostering good sleeping habits and banning screens at bedtime helping your teenagers to revise is a challenging time for most parents.
Roslin Macdonald