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Multitasking and its impact on your anxiety.

Multitasking is a modern myth that has a significant impact on people going about their daily lives. For people living with anxiety, multitasking has a considerable negative impact upon their experience, and learning to manage it can make a huge difference in their lives. Multitasking seems to be a concept associated with modern times, with everyone under pressure to achieve so much, all at the same time. People are on …Read More

Are you ‘mind-full’ or mindful? It matters….

Do you want to be more effective, efficient – and at the same time enjoy everything more? Are you being overwhelmed, diverted and unable to achieve what you want?  Many people suffering anxiety, trauma, fears and phobias could benefit from becoming more mindful, as a part of finding a natural solution to their present circumstance. Too often client’s experience of life is derailed by over-load, multi-tasking and lack of focus on …Read More

Beating the Christmas Blues

Christmas seems to be a time when – contrary to all the messages in the media – people feel unhappy, down and blue. We can all remember Christmases from our childhood.  We hear the stories of others.  We watch all of the messages from advertisers and the media.  When we think about ‘our’ Christmas, it often doesn’t measure up. And here is where the problem lies.  The gap between expectation and reality.  If the expectation …Read More

Realise your strengths

It is such a common thing for clients to be focused on their problems.  In fact, it is often their ‘distress’ with the impact that their problem is having on their life that brings them into clinic.    They feel ‘stuck’, helpless or hopeless.  They perhaps know how they want to be, which is different to how they are right now.  [does this sound familiar to you?] This difference serves …Read More