Blog Posts

The purpose of my blogs posts is to share my professional knowledge and skills about psychological issues. I hope that by sharing this type of information people can learn something new, and practical, which will get them thinking in a different way. My blog covers everyday clinical psychology techniques, illustrating how to get from problem A to solution B, by mastering certain skills.

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I provide some useful resources in pdf guides, which you can download for free! So far I have covered include Mindfulness, managing emotions, and thoughts, a guide to dealing with Insomnia, and Fun Activities for children. More resources to come…

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Coming Soon – Self-Help Packages


Self Help

I am currently working on a number of new self-help packages for children and adults, based on the evidence within clinical psychology. If you think you might be interested in upcoming resources then sign up entering your email address below. You will get a notification as soon as they are ready, as well as updates on the psychology behind living a full life.

Overcome Anxiety

Anxiety, worry, and stress are all a part of everyday life. In my self-help package we will look at closely at anxiety, what it means when it gets difficult to deal with, and how you can regain control of your life when anxiety seems reluctant to let go. This guide will give you practical advice to managing your everyday anxiety based on proven clinical techniques.

Gain Self-Confidence

If you are low in self-confidence, it is possible to do things that will change that. My aim is to help you build up your sense of self-worth and self-esteem by addressing the cognitions that drive the vicious circle of self-critical thoughts, through a combination of cognitive and behavioural strategies.

Overcome Panic

Sometimes people can develop episodes of sudden and overwhelming anxiety, leading to panic attacks, with severe physical symptoms. Occasional panic attacks affect one in ten of us, at some point in our lives. I will help you overcome panic by restructuring your maladaptive thoughts, and modifying your avoidance behaviours.

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