NCPS | Well Being

Talking therapy could cut hospital stays for diabetes patients - supporting our Direct Access to Counselling Campaign In a study conducted at Barts Health NHS Trust and East London Foundation Trust, clinicians have revealed the significant potential of mental health treatment in redu...

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Positive Steps Post-Covid

There is no doubt that the last 12 months have been an emotional and psychological roller-coaster. From anxiety inducing headlines back in early 2020 about toilet paper shortages to the incredibly hea...

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Why Try Meditation?

With thanks to Zoe Southcott - MNCS Accredited for writing this blogDo you hesitate when it comes to meditation? Here, we discuss 7 real-life benefits of incorporating meditation practice to your dai...

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Mum rage is a thing - here's how to deal with it

With thanks to Zoe Southcott - MNCS Accredited for writing this blogIn my therapy practice I have met many parents who have experienced more moments of explosive, disproportionate rage than they would...

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Music and Mental Health

Many of us love music, but did you realise that it’s good for your mental health? It’s true! Researchers have found that dopamine levels increase in the brain when people listen to music that they enj...

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On your feet, Britain! Combating depression with exercise

How Many People Suffer With Depression in the UK? A mere couple of decades ago, the word ‘depression’ was associated by most people with a passing mood. Not with a chronic illness. Now, however, say t...

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World Sleep Day: How sleep affects your emotions

We all know that tiredness feels bad. We are irritable, slow, easily upset, and find it hard to make it through the day when we are tired. Yet many of us continue to shave away our sleeping time as we...

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Purple Day - How Epilepsy Affects Families

On 26th March, people and institutions worldwide will be wearing purple and hosting events aimed at raising awareness of epilepsy. This is important not just for those with epilepsy themselves, but al...

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University Mental Health Day

7th March 2019 is University Mental Health Day. Universities, students, mental health organisations, and ordinary people will be coming together to discuss and raise awareness of the very real mental ...

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