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I’m looking forward to seeing all the shows I was supposed to see before quarantine.
Physically I’ve never lived healthier. Mentally, the boredom takes its toll.
It’s going to feel so special when we’re able to have gatherings again.
I’m starting to see a light at the end of this really long tunnel.
In this weeks column, our Psychotherapist Tess explores the issue of over-thinking, and offers some insights into how we can all learn to quiet our busy minds.
The organised mind evokes images of your brain in tidy sections, but how do we achieve this?
Our researcher Dr. Lindsay Dewa on how to achieve a healthier nighttime routine.
Support is vital when facing discrimination or isolation.
My inner monologue pleads as the Zoom approaches its conclusion: ‘Don’t do the wave’.
We often allow our phones to work their way into every corner of our lives.
If stereotypes are to be believed, lads that are into football don’t talk much about their mental health.
“I have learned slowly, over the years, that more people than you think will talk to you about something that’s difficult”
Growing up, I’d viewed psychiatry almost as a luxury for the rich and famous.
This year, we’re proud to have selected Emily Minchin from Edge Hill University as our trainee counsellor!
Get to know Alan better, one of our BACP accredited counsellors here at The Mind Map.
“There’s a lot of people who would never tell their boss if they were struggling with their mental health”
“Don’t wait until it’s become overwhelming before you seek support.”
Some tips for avoiding work-related stress and frustration.
Mental Health First Aid training allows you to spot signs and symptoms of mental ill health, signpost and listen. But how much does it cost?