Posted on 22nd April 2015 | Category: Uncategorized

There can be nothing worse at the time than being laid off work. Often people think that they are secure in a job, then through no fault of their own they can be made redundant. With many businesses feeling the pinch due to the world …

Posted on 15th April 2015 | Category: CBT

Workplace bullying is a complex issue. It can be the case that those under pressure can make a number of negative evaluations that make them appear weaker and therefore more vulnerable. This can create a vicious cycle where people find it hard to express themselves …

Posted on 25th March 2015 | Category: CBT

Scientists in Sweden have recently conducted studies that link violent behaviour to depression. I would argue that depression is one of a number of psychological symptoms that can be displayed by violent individuals, however it is unlikely to seed aggressive behaviour due to the fact …

Posted on 15th March 2015 | Category: Uncategorized

Is CBT better than medication when it comes to dealing with social anxiety? A recent study, discussed in this article from the John Hopkins School of Public Health states that CBT is much more effective at dealing with social anxiety. Medication can be useful in …

Posted on 14th February 2015 | Category: CBT

There is an old adage that says money can’t buy you happiness. Many modern scholars like to rebut this classic phrase with the comeback that you don’t see many people sitting in their Mercedes Benzes crying into the sleeve of their Armani outfit. Psychologists have …

Posted on 10th February 2015 | Category: CBT

A recent article in the Huffington Post by Renee Jain looks at the way we can support our children with Five Things You Should Never say to an Anxious Child. The basic premise of this article is very good and in my opinion the advice …