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Why are we all more anxious?

October 31st, 2017 | Articles, Blog | Comments Off

An article in The Independent last week reported that rates of anxiety and depression among employees have soared by nearly a third since records began in 2013, prompting calls for ‘urgent action’. And it appears that part-time workers are bearing the brunt, with the figure among this group having risen by more than a third […]

Why middle-aged women should embrace therapy!

November 25th, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

Whether its managing the menopause, dealing with empty nest syndrome, navigating a divorce, looking after elderly parents or facing ageism in the workplace, being a women in her 50’s is sometimes not a great place to be. A recent article published in the Daily Mail by leading psychotherapist Susie Orbach entitled “Why every middle aged […]

Increase in relationship splits after summer holidays!

August 30th, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

Summer holidays can spell disaster for some relationships We all look forwards to our summer holidays. They are a perfect opportunity to escape from the stresses and strains of your home and work lives and enjoy a different way of life for a few weeks. However all is not as idyllic and perfect as it […]

What is relationship counselling?

August 1st, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

Do you need Relationship Counselling? People often assume relationship counselling is just about married couples who have experienced an affair or are unhappy within their relationship. But as well as helping you to improve your relationship, get over a break up or manage a separation constructively, relationship counselling supports: • single people • same sex […]

Are you more likely to suffer from poor mental health?

June 29th, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

Poor mental health and you! According to a recent fact sheet report highlighted on the Counselling Directory website, which brought together statistics from various studies and health resources, social and economic factors can contribute to poor mental health. And by poor mental health we are referring to depression, anxiety, phobias, OCD, panic attacks, personality disorders, […]

What should you look for in a counsellor?

May 30th, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

Not all counsellors are the same! Going to see a counsellor for the first time can be nerve wracking. You don’t know what to expect, you don’t know what to say or do. And whilst it’s an effective treatment for mental and emotional problems, it’s important to choose the right therapist—someone you trust who makes […]

Crisis on campus – mental health

February 10th, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

There’s a crisis on campus at American colleges and universities as mental health illnesses are on the increase. The article below details graphically the problems facing 5 million students. Crisis on campus

5 weeks until start of midlands only accredited Counselling Supervision Course

January 28th, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

5 weeks until the start of the midlands only accredited CPCAB counselling supervision course operated by All About People and Maple Leaf Counselling. This course is ideal for supervisors, therapists and IAPT practitioners who want to get a qualification, or for any counsellor who wishes to train as a supervisor. Our specialist counselling tutors and […]

Why are we all more anxious?

January 28th, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

Anxious but not sure how to fix it? At its most basic level, anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, stress, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome. And a little anxiety is sometimes helpful; for example, feeling anxious before an exam might make you more alert and improve your performance. But too much […]

Food – do you have a good relationship with it?

January 12th, 2016 | Articles | Comments Off

The importance of a healthy relationship with food? With one in four children under the age of five, and a third of 10-11 year olds, overweight or obese, should weight management, together with comprehensive food advice and support, start earlier; say for example before conception and/or during pregnancy? With children increasingly exposed to highly processed, […]

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