I’ve recently moved to a new office in the heart of the City of London. From March 2023 I’m located at: Albert Buildings, 49 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4N 4SA…Read more
Try using these strategies to better manage your worries
Everyone worries about matters from time to time. Worry can be defined as a succession of anxiety-laden negative thoughts focused towards problem solving (Wells, 1997). For example, ‘What if I…Read more
How to manage risk of using of alcohol/ drugs over the Xmas season
With the festive season arriving, there is likely to be Christmas parties that you are invited to, and perhaps expected to attend. This time of year can prove particularly difficult,…Read more
Tips for managing your anger better
Mark Twain once said, “anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.” Anger…Read more
Is it time for couples counselling?
More couples decide to separate in January than any other time during the year. We can not conclusively say why this is so – however, the holiday season can place…Read more
What is depression? What can I do about it?
Most people will experience feelings of sadness or low mood at times which is a normal response to experiencing some form of loss in life (Fennell, 1989). However, for some…Read more
Do you think you have a problem with alcohol or drugs? Can Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) help?
Many people in the UK experience problems with alcohol and/or drug use. Some people are not fully aware they have developed an alcohol/drug problem or deny they have a problem.…Read more
The importance of addressing problems with rumination
The following article ‘Rumination: The danger of dwelling’ courtesy of Denise Winterman explains how ‘rumination’ and ‘self-blame’ can contribute to the development of common mental health issues depression and anxiety.…Read more