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CASE HISTORIES: The housework concealed a deeper mess

CASE HISTORIES: The housework concealed a deeper mess

People channel anxiety in a variety of ways. Worries find expression in eating, drinking and smoking, in counting and checking rituals, and in shopping and hoarding – to name just a few.

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Veganism: Obsessive or principled?

Veganism: Obsessive or principled?

Didn’t you hear? The New Age is so in darling. With stars like Beyoncé and Jay Z doing couples’ cleanses, and Gwyneth Paltrow being papped every other day with the diet deity that is cold-pressed green juice, veganism seems to be this year’s must-have accessory.Read More

Let’s talk about sex

Let’s talk about sex

I talk about sex a lot; as a sex therapist it is my job to ask questions. I ask my male and female clients and couples to tell me very intimate details about their lives. I ask about their childhoods, their parents, their siblings, their relationships and, of course, I ask them about sex.Read More

WHY INTROVERTS DON’T LIKE PARTIES

WHY INTROVERTS DON’T LIKE PARTIES

Are you an extrovert, an introvert, or perhaps an ‘ambivert’ — a mix of the two tendencies? Psychologist Linda Blair looks at the latest thinking on the subject, plus tests to find out which one you really areRead More

FIND A THERAPIST AT WELLDOING.ORG

FIND A THERAPIST AT WELLDOING.ORG

Today we are launching the Find a Therapist directory at welldoing.org. Founder Louise Chunn explains what makes this bespoke new system so different from other ways of searching for helpRead More

Why I love the Welldoing.org find a therapist directory

Why I love the Welldoing.org find a therapist directory

I am really delighted that Louise Chunn has set up Welldoing.org and this is why. Up until now, it has been hard to know how to find a therapist and whether you get a good match with one is far too much down to luck. I’m going to share some case studies with you: AnRead More