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The last year has been extremely unconventional and many have had their resilience tested with the pressure of the pandemic and the stress that it has brought. Whether you suffering from anxiety, are looking to adjust to the current situation, or are just feeling the strain of social distancing and restrictions, the present day can […]

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For those with sleep issues, daylight saving time can cause disruption to sleep patterns, sleep schedule and general tiredness as a result of the clocks springing forwards. While we all have to deal with a lost hour of sleep once the clocks turn from 2am to 3am on the last Sunday of March, for those […]

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Now that Christmas has come and gone, January has arrived… bringing colder weather, darker mornings and evenings, and a third lockdown. The start of the year is often considered one of the gloomier months, being host to ‘Blue Monday’ (branded the most depressing day of the year).  For many people, it can be even more […]

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Podcast Interview – Psychology to Improve Sports Performance Dr Stuart Sadler (Lead Clinical Psychologist) at Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling discusses with Trevor Jones (Performance Psychology Podcast) how psychology, positive mental health, and good sleep can help improve your sports performance. Click below to watch: Areas we cover: Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) & Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy […]

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Do you remember the last time you woke up from a good night’s sleep feeling refreshed and full of energy? Or the last time you didn’t rely on that morning cup of coffee to energise you for the day?   If not, you are not alone, in fact, most adults fall short of the recommended […]

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When we work on improving our wellbeing, many people focus on exercising more or eating healthier.  While these are important, being healthy in how we think and feel is just as vital for our bodies, and for our mental health. There are many ways that you can start to prioritise and improve your mental health.  […]

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As a second lockdown continues and many of us are once again working from home, the line between work-life and personal-life can very easily become blurred. Having a work-life balance is important for mental health, particularly for those who already have problems such as depression or anxiety (including related problems such as OCD, worry, health […]

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“Think positive” is an affirmation that is often encouraged in daily life and while the advice comes from a place of well intention, in practice (and from the research), thinking positively doesn’t work. There has been recent research that shows this type of “unconditional positivity” is actually detrimental to mental health as it highlights the […]

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