“Today I shall behave, as if this is the day I will be remembered” Dr Suess In the ideal world how do you want your child to remember you? What you have been to them in their life and what you have stood for as a person? Parenting mindfully helps […]
An Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is one of the most thoroughly researched approaches to psychological treatment. A search for CBT in Google Scholar returns almost 1 million results. What we know from all of this research is that for most people, CBT will be helpful […]
How often do you find yourself reading a whole page only to find you have taken nothing in? Or sending an email then wondering what you had written or if you had sent it to the right people? Ever realised you have already eaten your lunch as you take your last bite? If so, chances are that you could be:
All children have times where they will have behavioural or emotional outbursts. This can be triggered by things such as change (in family dynamics, routine, friendships), stress in the family or school environment, illness, and the parents own emotions and behaviour.
About 1 in 4 people will experience a panic attack at some stage in their life. But what is a panic attack exactly? Panic attacks are characterised by abrupt surges of intense fear and anxiety. These attacks peak within a short time and cause distressing physical symptoms. Often because the […]