Emails can be a minefield when it comes to successful communication. Steve Martin outlines some ways you can refine your communication skills at work and avoid email anxiety
Creative people are born not made. But that doesn't mean they're always happy, says therapist Wendy Bristow. Struggling with recognition and failure can be crushing
The official response to the horrendous fire in North Kensington's Grenfell Tower has shocked many. Could therapists offering free appointments help those so badly affected?
Men are increasingly concerned with their body image, particularly young men who may focus on social media images. Eating disorders expert Harriet Frew believes they should be careful
by Harriet Frew
Therapist Adrian Wilson-Smith has joined a creative writing class and it has unlocked tens of thousands of words about his life from childhood onwards
Theresa May showed a lack of authenticity during her campaign, which was exacerbated by her response to the Grenfell Tower fire. How different would politics be if politicians were more willing to be honest about their feelings?
For Men's Mental Health Awareness Week therapist Lyn Reed explores the reasons why she is seeing more and more men in therapy
by Lyn Reed
It's all too easy to blame your parents for their parenting mistakes, but laying blame is not the answer posts therapist Karen Pollock
Why does terrorism hold an allure for young Muslim men? Therapist Linda Keen looks to ideology and psychoanalytic theory fro answers
by Linda Keen
Much has been said on the topic of teenage mental health and social media usage, but parents shouldn't panic posts therapist Lucy Cavendish
Many of the victims of the Manchester attack were children and young people. Lyn Reed posts on the effect of such traumatic events and how we can support those affected
by Lyn Reed