Category: Mental Health and wellbeing

Top Ten Mindfulness Apps for Work and Stress

Insight Timer – Free Download 4.8 stars – Google Play Store 17 million users Google Play app store editors’ choice and one of TIME Magazine’s Apps of the Year 2016,...

Embrace the Fear: Rob Ryan on Anxiety

Embrace the Fear: Rob Ryan on Anxiety

As someone who has worked in sales, advertising, event production (urgh) and recruitment I like to think I know a thing or two about workplace stress – and having left...

Depression: Aerin Blood

Depression: Aerin Blood

I’m a second-year undergraduate law student at the University of Oxford, and so for just over a year now I’ve been learning how to cope with depression in the most...

Telehealth

Telehealth

Telehealth, or more broadly, technology-enabled care services (TECS), refers to the use of technology to help patients manage their health from their own homes, via their phones and computers. It...

A Brief Introduction to Hypnotherapy

A Brief Introduction to Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy involves the use of hypnosis to treat conditions or alter a person’s habits or behaviours. It can help people with low self-esteem and obsessive thoughts by helping them clear...

A Brief Introduction to Mindfulness

A Brief Introduction to Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a practice that has been shown to help a person enjoy their life more by encouraging them to  pay more attention to the present moment. By being aware...

A Brief Introduction to Occupational Therapy

A Brief Introduction to Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a way of regaining or improving physical function in order to go back to doing daily activities that have become difficult as a result of illness, injury...

How to get help with a mental health diagnosis

How to get help with a mental health diagnosis

It is common for a person to be unsure about going to the doctor about their mental health. A lot of people may feel that they should only go if...

A Brief Introduction to Therapy

A Brief Introduction to Therapy

Therapy – or, more specifically in the case of mental health, talking therapy – is a type of psychological treatment available on the NHS for people with mental health conditions....