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WHY I FINALLY SAW A BEREAVEMENT COUNSELLOR

WHY I FINALLY SAW A BEREAVEMENT COUNSELLOR

My fourth child was stillborn at full-term. I asked my GP about counselling or therapy, but there was a three-month waiting list, which in the throes of grief sounded like forever. So I left it. But as time went on, I avoided mentioning the experience at all, for fear that I would unleash a torrent of emotion.Read More

“What will I get out of therapy?”

“What will I get out of therapy?”

This is the key question for anyone thinking about trying therapy or counselling. Welldoing asked Philippa Perry, author and (non-practising) psychotherapist, for the answer.Read More

Boarding School Survivors

Boarding School Survivors

Nearly two-thirds of the current British cabinet went to public school. Nick Duffell explores the psychological impact of boarding school and questions whether such an education can ever make for good leadersRead More

Why is there so much anxiety?

Why is there so much anxiety?

Given that we enjoy longer and healthier lives, why are so many of us suffering from anxiety asks therapist Sue Cowan-JenssenRead More

Take your yoga practice outdoors

Take your yoga practice outdoors

This summer, why not try practising yoga outside. Ashtanga and vinyasa flow teacher Gerry Broom suggests five best positions for outdoor yogaRead More

Why the average diet doesn’t fit the unique you

Why the average diet doesn’t fit the unique you

When people discover I’m a nutritional therapist, they often look down in dismay at the food in their hand (e.g. a salty tortilla chip at a party) and say: “I bet you’re thinking I shouldn’t be eating this.” No actually. I’m more likely to be wondering how this particular food will interact with your uniqueRead MoreRead More