Recent publicity for welldoing

Guardian Weekend

How much should a client know about their therapist? And vice versa - could a therapist research a potential client? In the world of Google search and social media, the idea of the "blank slate" is under pressure, writes Louise Chunn

Stella Magazine

When Did We Forget to Have Fun? Women are ricocheting between frantic hedonism and self-denying diet and fitness regimes writes Lola Borg in The Sunday Telegraph's magazine, Stella. She interviewed welldoing.org's Louise Chunn about how we should try to find a balance between the two

Daily Telegraph

Sally's Cry For Help Went Unanswered. At the inquest into the death of author and journalist Sally Brampton several missed opportunities to help were identified by the coroner. Louise Chunn was asked by the Daily Telegraph to write about the problems of finding help for people with severe mental health issues

The Times

Younger generations dominate the world of start-ups, but there is no age limit to being an entrepreneur. For The Times business pages, Louise Chunn is interviewed about welldoing.org and how experience brings advantages rather than problems

Coach

Coach is a men's fitness and lifestyle magazine circulated free at central transport points around London and other UK cities. Louise Chunn was commissioned to write about how men can benefit from talking to therapists and sex therapists about their lives, relationships and sexual experiences

Courier Magazine

Courier Magazine is dedicated to new business and technology in the UK. In this issue, Louise Chunn contributed a column on the prevalence of mental health problems in the startup world, and suggested ways in which founders and their staff could work both productively and happily

YOU Magazine

YOU Magazine is the colour supplement of the high-selling newspaper the Mail on Sunday. In her regular column, health editor Sarah Stacey recommended welldoing.org as the Website of the Week: This invaluable website, recommended by NHS Choices, matches people with a psychological problem to a suitable, qualified therapist in their area. The process is simple: fill in a questionnaire, type in your postcode and then look through the list

Sunday Telegraph

Why is Anxiety the New Epidemic of Our Age? More than 8 million people in the UK suffer some sort of anxiety disorder and women and people under 35 are especially affected. Therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, and prescription drugs can help, but so can simple lifestyle changes writes founder of welldoing.org, Louise Chunn

GQ

Real Men Do Do Therapy: Men are starting to open up about their experiences of talking therapy writes Louise Chunn. They come with a variety of issues they want to address – from problems with their family, partners, work, self-esteem – and even if they were initially reluctant, they are more than happy to talk about their journey and where it has taken them

The Idler

Panic on the Streets of London: there is a worrying level of stress and mental illness around the fast-paced, high-risk world of startups and the digital economy. And it's not restricted to Silicon Valley. Louise Chunn writes about the phenomenon for the recently re-launched quarterly magazine, The Idler

Sunday Telegraph

We Must Talk About This Cruel Disease: Sally Brampton was a hugely respected journalist, author and agony aunt. Having suffered from depression for many years, she took her own life in May 2016. Welldoing founder Louise Chunn had been Sally's deputy during her editorship of British Elle in the 1980s. She was commissioned by the Sunday Telegraph to write about her memories of Sally – and the terrible depression that ended her life

Daily Mail

Wellbeing is Just One Click Away: in her popular weekly column in the Saturday edition of the Daily Mail, agony aunt Bel Mooney singled out welldoing.org as a useful, wide-ranging method of finding a therapist to suit your needs, as well as including a broad range of resources to help people seeking information or more practical help in their lives

Sainsbury's Magazine

How to Unlock the Healing Power of Your Wardrobe: seeking professional advice from academics and therapists, Louise Chunn discovers that what you choose to wear can have a positive effect on your mood and wellbeing

The Director

Taking Time Out To Grow: there is a growing trend among entrepreneurs to prise themselves away from their day-to-day comfort zone to work on developing themselves and their company. Includes Louise Chunn talking about her invaluable experience on an accelerator programme, Blackbox Connect, in Palo Alto

Vogue

Into the Valley: what would the founder of a British mental health and wellbeing platform, welldoing.org, gain from two weeks among the cut-throat venture capitalists and super-successful nerds of Silicon Valley? Louise Chunn kept a diary of her two weeks on an accelerator programme, Blackbox Connect, in Northern California

Financial Times

Weekend Diary: Louise Chunn's account of two weeks on a Silicon Valley accelerator course, Blackbox Connect. Listening to tales of unicorns, multi-million dollar investments that fizzle out, and amazing new ideas that are just starting out is exciting for a brand-new entrepreneur with a psychotherapy platform

Stylist

Anxious? In a five-page special award-winning women's magazine Stylist explores the paralysing effects of anxiety and how to conquer it. Includes a How to Find a Therapist box: tips on locating the right help for you from mental health, self-development and wellbeing site welldoing.org

The Observer

How Does it Feel to be a Grey Entreprenuer? After joining Google's pilot programme Founders over 50 in London's Shoreditch, Louise Chunn's confidence and opportunities expand as she moves her find a therapist platform welldoing.org to the next level

Psychologies

Free Your Mind: an explanation and exploration of how therapy works, including case histories from therapists Gilead Yeffett and Nicole Addis. Author Louise Chunn also explains the different styles of therapy and how to select the best individual for your needs

The Times

Anxiety and Depression: the rise of the 20something life crisis. Why are so many young people suffering and how can they be helped? To the surprise of many, the twentysomething age group is nearing the rates of anxiety and depression seen in early middle age, when a dip in mental health is to be expected. But during the so-called Freedom Years of late adolescence and early adulthood? Louise Chunn asks: whatever happened to the best time of your life?

The Spectator

How to Choose a Therapist: The dynamic between patient and psychotherapist is the key ingredient for success writes Patrick Strudwick in the Spectator Health section. Shopping for the right psychotherapist could turn a happy, uncomplicated person into Woody Allen. Even in sound mental health you have to know what to look for and where to look.

Daily Telegraph

How to Choose a Therapist: The variety of counsellors is vast and can be confusing, but a clever new website, welldoing.org, now matches patients with specific therapists. Victoria Lambert talks to former journalist Louise Chunn about how it works and what inspired her to launch this groundbeaking digital innovation

Good Housekeeping

Click for a Mood Boost: new website launched by former Good Housekeeping editor Louise Chunn. If you want counselling but have no idea what would suit you best, just fill in the questionnaire to find the psychotherapists most likely to help. There’s no fee and you won’t have to take things further, but if you need one-to-one advice as well as inspiration, the information will be there

The Times

Do You Need a Therapist? How to Choose the Right One. Across the UK the number of people seeking help by talking to a counsellor or psychotherapist is rising. According to a BACP survey 28 percent of British adults had at some stage tried therapy (roughly a 40 per cent rise since 2010). Louise Chunn gives advice on finding the best therapist for your needs