Welldoing.org: all about your mind and body

– plus bespoke therapist directory

Welcome to welldoing.org, a site devoted to understanding and nurturing your mind and body. It’s a space that has been designed to provide you with a wide range of information, tips and advice about all aspects of health and wellbeing, alongside our innovative directories of highly qualified mind and body practitioners from across the UK. We hope that like our name, welldoing, we can empower you to take action in lots of different ways, big and small, to build the happiest, healthiest version of yourself.

Welldoing’s Mind section is focused on everything to do with our thoughts, emotions, behavioural patterns and the impact they have on us in our lives. It also includes an emphasis on therapy, offering a guide to many of the most common psychological problems, types of therapy, and real-life experiences of it. Our contributors are experts such as counsellors, psychotherapists, life coaches and psychologists, and we also feature real-life stories from people who want to share their own experiences.

We can help

We want to demystify therapy, and make information and advice about mental health and wellbeing accessible and easy to absorb into your daily life. We believe that there are times in life where most of us could benefit from seeing a therapist or counsellor –whether it be to help us deal with anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, relationship problems, work issues, or life’s various challenges and ups and downs.

As a result, our unique find a therapist directory is a key part of welldoing.org. Whether it’s for adults, teens or children, our simple, user friendly questionnaire means we can find the most suitable therapist, counsellor or psychologist for each individual. We have more than 1150 professionals enrolled from London and around the UK, all of whom are registered with the most reputable accrediting organisations, so you can feel sure you are in safe hands.

Healthier and happier

But it’s not just about our minds. As we are now more aware then ever, our minds and bodies interact closely, with problems in one area impacting upon the other. As a result, at welldoing we firmly believe in adopting a holistic approach to health and happiness. The Body section of our site includes information, tips and articles on food and nutrition, yoga, exercise, massage, Pilates, acupuncture, and many other areas in which our bodies are central to our health and wellbeing. Contributors in this section are expert practitioners in their various fields as well as individuals who have experiences or stories they would like to share. Our body directory of highly qualified practitioners in these various fields is also launching soon.

Beyond the core Mind and Body areas of our site, we also include articles, information and advice on other areas of life which can affect our wellbeing including sections for: Women, Men, Family, Relationships, Work and Soul. So please do look around the site and hopefully you will find plenty that feels interesting and relevant for you.

We are a small team dedicated to making welldoing.org the go-to place for anything to do with your mind and body. We would love for you to get in touch to tell us about your experiences, comment on our posts, or let us know if there is anything you would like to know more about. If you’re a therapist, why not join our directory? And don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter.

The team at welldoing

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