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Archive for April, 2014

Relationships and their sucess

April 11th, 2014 | News | Comments Off

Relationships can be tricky, and sometimes you need help to communicate with individuals, partners and/or family when things don’t seem right or when you encounter serious problems or difficulties. Ensuring your relationships work Getting the most out of your past, present and future relationships is key. Of course there are the big issues like divorce […]

How to manage organisational change

April 11th, 2014 | Articles | Comments Off

Change – how to understand and then manage it Change happens frequently in organisations and we understand that in order to grow and remain competitive, you may need to change your business. And very often this change can impact directly on your employees, causing uneasiness and discord, and in some cases redundancies. Change cannot simply […]

Anxious and unsure how to make it go away?

April 11th, 2014 | Articles | Comments Off

Want to feel less anxious? Anxiety and feeling anxious are normal emotional and physiological responses when we feel threatened. At a reasonable level, small amounts of anxiety can motivate us and enhance our performance, but if anxiety becomes too severe or chronic, it can affect our behaviour, by us putting off or stopping work, avoiding […]

Reduce levels of work-Related stress

April 11th, 2014 | Articles | Comments Off

Do you want to reduce levels of work-related stress in your business, company or organisation? Work related stress develops because a person is unable to cope with the demands being placed on them. Stress, including work related stress, can be a significant cause of illness and is known to be linked with high levels of […]

Psychosexual therapy – enjoy physical intimacy

April 11th, 2014 | Case Studies | Comments Off

This psychosexual case study is not based on existing clients, but on real life situations which have occurred and where we have provided specialist services. Any resemblance to a client’s situation is completely unintentional. Psychosexual problems Martin and Caroline had been married for fifteen years and had two young children. Whilst they had once enjoyed […]

Bereavement – release emotions to grieve

April 11th, 2014 | Case Studies | Comments Off

This bereavement case study is not based on an existing client, but on real life situations which have occurred and where we have provided specialist services. Any resemblance to a client’s situation is completely unintentional. Celia’s Bereavement Celia had recently lost her husband of ten years unexpectedly and was struggling to deal with her profound […]

Anxiety – Don’t let it take over your life

April 11th, 2014 | Case Studies | Comments Off

This anxiety case study is not based on an existing client, but on real life situations which have occurred and where we have provided specialist services. Any resemblance to a client’s situation is completely unintentional. Anxiety at Work Peter was suffering from anxiety triggered by stress at work. The stress was due to recent organisational […]

Depression or self-confidence?

April 11th, 2014 | Articles | Comments Off

Labels are important when it comes to helping people with psychological problems or issues. And the word depression is a label that can often have negative connotations. However a recent study by the Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) found that by simply changing the title of their one day course from depression workshop to self-confidence workshop, […]

When size matters too much!

April 11th, 2014 | Articles | Comments Off

There’s not a day that goes by without the media featuring stories about people who are either over or under weight and gleefully discussing what size they are and what size they should be. And in a world obsessed with body image, it can seem that everywhere you turn, someone is cashing in on the […]

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