Having spent her teens and much of her 20s fighting self-loathing and negative self-talk, Hannah Jane Thompson wants to teach others how to love themselves
Hypnotherapist John McKenzie suggests three anxiety-busting tips to help you manage your worries
Christina Moutsou, who sees clients in NW6 and EC1, initially resisted using the diary management system but "I have found that actually, it can be used very constructively in the therapy relationship, and protect the therapist from unpaid cancellations"
Psychologist Margarita Chacin urges us to explore options for finding more balance and less stress in our lives, and to see balance as an ongoing goal
Jessica Davies, a counsellor based in London: "I love that I am always learning in this work and I witness how very courageous human beings can be"
To keep our low self-esteem at bay, we may try to manufacture high self-esteem but it can often fuel our shame posts psychosynthesis therapist Nakita Jangra
Anorexia is an eating disorder that changes the way people see themselves. Therapist Karen Williams offers some advice to those struggling with anorexia on how to reclaim your identity
A retired police drugs expert, therapist Brian Ward now works with clients with a range of mental health difficulties: "I feel like I’m part of the solution now, and not part of the problem"
Body focused repetitive behaviours, such as hair pulling and skin picking, can have a severe impact on an individual's life. John McKenzie explores the potential for hypnotherapy to help
For welldoing.org psychotherapist Bola Shonubi, her work as a therapist felt like a calling to listen and be present for people who are struggling
Wellcome Book Prize 2018 finalist To Be a Machine explores transhumanism and the desire to escape death and the fragility of the human body