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Remember January? It seems an age since everyone was planning their new year’s resolutions. Imagine if we’d known then what we know now. That yearly gym subscription might have been swapped out for a Netflix or Zoom subscription. For most of us in the UK, March 23rd saw our world turned upside down. Whether you were a key worker returning to a strange and scary new workplace or one of the millions who were told to stay at home, life as we knew it changed overnight.


Many of our services are now delivered online, whether it’s banking, shopping or a Doctor’s appointments, we are increasingly embracing the flexibility of being able to access services in the comfort of our own homes. It should come as no surprise that counselling services too are increasingly finding themselves being used online. Online counselling might not be for everyone but it can offer some people advantages over more traditional face to face counselling.


There’s a lot of useful information in the media recently about how diet can impact our physical health, hardly a week goes by without another study being published. In comparison, however, there have been fewer articles highlighting the benefits of good nutrition on mental health.


Mental health is what we refer to when we are describing our emotions and psychological wellbeing and it encompasses everything from happiness and joy to despair and numbness. Even with the great progress that has been made in recent years, there is still a stigma surrounding mental illness.


Deciding whether you would benefit from counselling can be a difficult decision, remind yourself that you can stop at any point, it isn’t something you have to do if you don’t want to, or for the rest of your life. Sometimes it’s just about giving yourself a little bit of space and quality time to catch up with yourself, consider what isn’t feeling ok, and move through that to a happier place and way of being.


Most people have a sleep/wake cycle, also knows as a circadian rhythm, it is the way that our bodies monitor our environment in order to indicate internally when it is time carry out particular tasks, such as hormone release, eating habits and digestion. Circadian rhythm changes throughout life and is often not noticed until for whatever reason, the sleep pattern is disrupted.


We are passionate about helping people live happier and more rewarding lives. Our BACP registered counsellors are ready to listen.

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