Beyond the home: perinatal mental health

16th May 2024

The arrival of a new baby can be a time of immense joy and excitement, signifying possibility and hope for the future. But it can also be a time of fear, overwhelm and trepidation. The perinatal period, covering pregnancy and the first year following childbirth can trigger episodes of...

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Let’s Talk About Endometriosis

19th October 2023

LET’S TALK ABOUT ENDO. Endometriosis – pronounced “en- doh – mee – tree – oh – sis”  Did you know? Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women. It can affect from puberty, to menopause and for many the impact might be felt for life. On average it can take a...

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Reading Well during Mental Health Awareness Week

18th May 2023

Neurodiversity and Inclusion Lead, Dr Deborah Leveroy, shares some books exploring mental wellbeing and life experiences.  

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Demystifying Neurodivergence and Therapy

16th May 2023

If you’re neurodivergent (ND) you might be considering therapy to help you deal with challenges or just to help you make sense of the world. As a neurodivergent counsellor myself, I hope to demystify the process of therapy a little in this article and provide some insights into how...

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Seven memory and learning strategies

25th April 2023

Following on from our previous post about stress. Another thing which stress can do is reduce our working memory and learning capacity! Deborah Leveroy PhD shares her top memory and learning strategies to support you. These tips are great for putting into practice in the workplace, or in your general...

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Tips for managing stress

20th April 2023

Did you know April is Stress Awareness Month? It’s been held every April since 1992 with the aim to raise awareness about the causes and support available. Stress is one of the most common causes of long-term work absence in the UK and many of us will experience stress,...

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