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Interview for BBC Radio Newcastle – Alfie Joey (Breakfast Show Presenter) and Dr Stuart Sadler (Clinical Psychologist at Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling). Broadcast 23 September 2020 at 7:50am. Alfie: It’s exactly six months since lockdown began. What about the nation’s mental health. This was a conversation I saw on social media last night… The last […]

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At Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling, we specialise in being able to provide the best therapist for your problem.  We also know that every client is totally individual. While therapies like CBT or counselling are widely effective and widely known, for some people, combining these therapies with other approaches can be beneficial in helping you overcome […]

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Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, or CBT, is a talking therapy that examines how your thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs affect your feelings and behaviour. It is an effective combination of Cognitive Therapy, which focuses on how your thoughts influence the way you feel and respond to certain situations, and Behavioural Therapy, which examines how what you do to […]

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There are a whole number of reasons that people seek counselling in Newcastle upon Tyne, with many people using it as a stepping stone to help them deal with difficulties in life. Whether it’s to help with an ongoing problem, to deal with a traumatic life event or even to adapt to new life circumstances […]

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Knowing you need help can be easy, but what type of therapy might work best for you? Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling offer a range of talking based therapies to help individuals, couples and families overcome their problems, manage life better, and get back to day-to-day functioning. A lot of people tend to think of counselling […]

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Many people experience depression at least once in their life,  with depression being one of the most common causes of disability across the world. Its symptoms might vary depending on a variety of factors. Depression varies from person to person.  While some people might experience one episode and then never experience it again, others might […]

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Dr Stuart Sadler (Clinical Psychologist, Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling) and Dr Boo (Clinical Psychologist, Applied Psychology Solutions) discuss “The Machinest” – He can’t eat, he can’t sleep, and someone’s playing hangman on his fridge…. We talk about sleep and malnutrition, formulating what is driving the protagonist, and considering the film, the characters and the symbolism […]

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