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Updated 8 October 2020 Depression affects around 1 in 5 people in the UK and influences how a person thinks, feels, and manages in everyday life.  Typically, symptoms of depression include a feeling of sadness, loss of interest or pleasure in things previously enjoyed and a lack of motivation.  Symptoms of depression can vary, with […]

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There can be a number of reasons why relationships hit difficulties.  Admitting that you need help with your relationship can be hard, and many couples believe that if they’re meant to be together they should be able to fix things themselves. There’s no shame in contacting professional services, such as our couples counselling in Newcastle […]

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Mindfulness meditation is the practice of learning to focus one’s mind for a period of time, helping you to become more aware of your thoughts, feelings and behaviour in everyday life. While there are many different forms of meditation, our meditation training in Newcastle focuses on mindfulness based meditation to help you learn to manage […]

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As a team that offer cognitive behavioural therapy in Newcastle, we know just how effective this psychological treatment can be in helping people overcoming a range of problems.  Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (or CBT) has gained a lot of popularity and proof of effectiveness over the last few years.  It has been demonstrated to help problems such […]

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When the World Health Organisation declared that the Corona Virus outbreak was a global pandemic, many of us were forced to self-isolate inside our homes to slow the spread of the virus.  At present, many people are feeling the anxiety that has come from lockdown, with only key workers and certain others still being allowed […]

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Sleep problems can affect people of all ages, at any point in their life and they can be extremely disruptive. When a person suffers from persistent sleep issues, whether insomnia, nightmares or night time waking, this can have a damaging effect on social relationships, mental health and work performance and can lead to severe health […]

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Meditation has been around for centuries but has recently gained mass popularity as a way to manage stress, improve mood and reduce anxiety. Like any new habit, practising mindfulness meditation every day requires putting aside time but it can vastly improve your life. Aside from being part of a structured treatment process for those with […]

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The arrival of COVID-19 has prompted a lot of disruption to daily life for many people, and this can cause new and exacerbate existing mental health problems as well as increase general feelings of anxiety. For some, the big changes of working from home (if possible), looking after and schooling the children, cancelling events and […]

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Many people experience anxiety at some point in their lives… but how do you know when it’s time to seek help? The current situation with the COVID-19 outbreak has increased anxiety world-wide and increased awareness about the importance of control and worries about our own safety. What Causes Anxiety? Anxiety can be caused by a […]

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