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Finding Your Way Out of the Hole – Depression Counselling in Newcastle Depression has become more common in recent times due to increasing stress at work, school, or university, increased pressure on having the right relationships, and an increasingly higher paced lifestyle as we move into the new decade. Though it is important to recognise […]

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The Silent Treatment – A Relationship Killer? In most relationships there will be times of disagreement. This can be a normal part of a healthy relationship, and overcoming problems together can make you stronger, both individually and as a couple. Although there is one thing that can prevent this natural process from occurring… the “silent […]

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5 Tips for Dealing with Trauma Stressful life events can undoubtedly change a person. Going through a traumatic event and experiencing anxiety, nightmares, flashbacks or even reliving that can occur with trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on a regular basis can often leave you thinking that there is no way back. The constant cycle […]

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The Four Signs of Trauma – Trauma Counselling in Newcastle A traumatic event can have serious psychological and physical impact on the individual, leading to them responding to the trauma in many different ways. Some can experience difficulties controlling their thoughts and emotions, while others can also get into destructive patterns of behaviour or habits. […]

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What Issues can Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Help with? In this article about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), we look in more detail at the kinds of problems it helps with.  In the previous article, we discussed how CBT works and what a typical session involves. Next, we’ll explore options for how to stay well between […]

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Choosing to have cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a big decision, but one that will have a positive impact on your mental wellbeing. It’s important to attend all of your sessions and participate fully, but it’s also good to use one or more techniques between those sessions to make as effective as possible. At Newcastle […]

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Across the UK, rates of anxiety are on the up and it can leave those who suffer from the condition feeling isolated and alone. Anxiety causes many people to feel confused about what is happening, and interferes with how they think and feel, often worrying that something awful is about to happen. At Newcastle Psychologist […]

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