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Mindfulness Techniques for Anxiety, Anger and Depression

By Dr Martina Paglia | 12 July 2019
mindfulness

1. What is Mindfulness? Mindfulness is a process in the field of psychology that brings the attention of an individual to an experience that is occurring at the present moment, which an individual can develop through the practice of contemplation and through other training. Mindfulness is about maintaining a moment by moment awareness of the...

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The Benefits of Couples Therapy

By Dr Martina Paglia | 05 July 2019
Couples Therapy in London

Many people think that couple therapy is a last resort that should be done to only couples with serious issues. People assume that only couples with problems need couple therapy but the truth is that, every couple needs couple therapy to enhance their relationship by acquiring skills taught in couple therapy. It helps in knowing...

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How Your Attachment Style Affects Your Relationship

By Dr Martina Paglia | 01 July 2019
How Your Attachment Style Affects Your Relationship

In this article we will be looking at how attachment theory can help us understand more about our love life.  1. What is Attachment Theory? Attachment theory is a psychological model that tries to describe how early relationships with parents create expectations for how love should be. It originated from John Bowlby seminal work in...

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Relaxation Techniques: 5 Ways To Reduce Anxiety and Stress

By Dr Martina Paglia | 24 June 2019
Relaxation Techniques: 5 Ways To Reduce Anxiety and Stress

Feeling stressed and worried and finding very hard to relax? You have come to the right place. Below we will be looking at 5 tools that can be used to reduce stress and anxiety. Relaxation techniques can be very powerful strategies to lessen stress, pressure, muscle tension, and anxiety in the body. Relaxation methods are also...

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An Introduction to Power Threat Meaning Framework

By Mary Egan | 06 May 2019
power threat meaning framework

1. What is the power threat-meaning framework? The Power Threat Meaning Framework is an alternative framework to psychiatric diagnosis, authored by Dr Lucy Johnstone and Professor Mary Boyle. 2. When was it developed? The Power Threat Meaning Framework was published in January 2018, following the Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) discussion to shift the paradigm from functional...

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

By Mary Egan | 17 April 2019
post traumatic stress disorder

This in the tenth in a series of blog posts about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for a range of issues. This blog will focus on CBT for post-traumatic stress disorder. 1. What is post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? PTSD is the presence of one or more of the following, following the experiencing of actual or threatened injury,...

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What is HypnoBirthing?

By Dr Daria Russo | 19 March 2019
HypnoBirthing

When you hear talking about hypnobirthing the first question that could come to mind is Hypno what? We can consider hypnobirthing one of those pregnancy courses aimed at putting the woman at the center of her pregnancy, a way to accompany her in the search for her own resources and her confidence in her abilities....

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Bipolar Disorder

By Mary Egan | 18 March 2019
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Bipolar Disorder

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a form of psychotherapy that can be used to assist handle bipolar disorders. Psychotherapy may require an interaction with a therapist on an individual basis. It may also require group sessions involving the therapist and others with related problems. While many methods exist, they all involve helping patients handle their thoughts, feelings...

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Specific Phobia

By Mary Egan | 11 March 2019
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Specific Phobia

This in the eighth in a series of blog posts about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for a range of issues. This blog will focus on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for specific phobia. 1. What is Specific Phobia? Specific phobia is characterized by significant fear of a specific situation or object. Common phobias include fear of vomiting, heights...

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Panic Disorder

By Mary Egan | 11 February 2019
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Panic Disorder

This in the seventh in a series of blog posts about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for a range of issues. This blog will focus on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for panic disorder. 1.  What is Panic Disorder? Panic disorder is characterized by a reoccurrence of unexpected panic attacks, including persistent worrying that panic attacks will occur and...

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