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Neurodivergent trans people in the therapy room – Training with Sam Hope

Neurodivergent trans people in the therapy room – Training with Sam Hope – Sam Hope has some training coming up in January 2024. Neurodivergent Trans people in the therapy room and Queer and Quirky: neurodivergence in LGBTQA+ people. To find out more about Sam’s courses please visit their website www.sam-hope.co.uk This course would be suitable […]

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Neurodivergence in LGBTQA+ People – Training with Sam Hope

Neurodivergence in LGBTQA+ People – Training with Sam Hope – Sam Hope has some training coming up in January 2024. Queer and Quirky: neurodivergence in LGBTQA+ people and Neurodivergent Trans people in the therapy room. To find out more about Sam’s courses please visit their website www.sam-hope.co.uk This course would be suitable for therapists and […]

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Movember – Supporting Men’s Health

Movember  – Supporting Men’s Health – Movember takes place every year in the month of November. Its purpose it to raise awareness of men’s mental health and physical health and encourage conversations to reduce the stigma of men asking for help. The three main areas that they want to raise awareness about are: There are […]

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International Stress Awareness Week

International Stress Awareness Week is between 30 October and 3 November. It is organized by the International Stress Management (ISMA) a UK charity. Midway through International Stress Awareness Week is International Stress Awareness Day on 1 November. The theme for this year is Beyond Stress Management: From Stigma to Solutions. The aim of the campaign […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Emotional Health in Winter Months

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Emotional Health in Winter Months – for many of us autumn and winter months are not a time to look forward to, with darker days and colder weather we can find ourselves experiencing low feelings or even Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD. Causes of SAD are not really known but […]

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Connection and Better Wellbeing

Connection and Better Wellbeing – Good relationships are considered very important for your mental wellbeing. They provide emotional support and in turn allow you to give support to others, they offer the opportunity to share experiences and build a sense of belonging and self-worth. The connections being referred to here can range from small daily […]

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World Mental Health Day 10 October 2023

World Mental Health Day 10 October – World Mental Health Day is on 10 October 2023. It is celebrated every year by the Mental Health Foundation. The theme this year is ‘Mental health is a universal human right’.  The purpose of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health and encourage us […]

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Stoptober – Stop Smoking in October

Stoptober – Stop Smoking in October – Stoptober is an annual campaign starting on the 1st October each year and lasting for the whole month. It is run by Public Health England to encourage smokers to abstain from or quit smoking. The benefits of quitting smoking for your mental health include: The benefits of quitting […]

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Movement to Improve Your Health

Movement to improve your health – Incorporating movement into our daily lives is fundamental to good health and mental wellbeing. Exercise and moving our bodies has been shown to improve mood, reduce stress and boost self-esteem. When we talk about exercise and including more of it in our lives it is easy to jump to […]

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Anger Management Counselling Support

Anger management counselling support – the term anger management refers to therapeutic techniques and strategies that are designed to help people control and regulate their anger in a constructive way. Anger is a normal and natural human emotion, but when it becomes excessive or uncontrolled it can lead to negative consequence, for instance damaged relationships, […]

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