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Samaritans launches its Talk To Us campaign

By |2022-06-29T11:47:23+01:00July 4th, 2022|Adult Psychiatry, Depression|

Do you consider yourself to be a good listener? Could you recognise when someone is in need? Samaritans is challenging people across Britain and Ireland to become better listeners during its annual Talk To Us campaign. Throughout July, the charity ...read more

Mental Health Awareness Week

By |2022-05-09T10:38:04+01:00May 9th, 2022|Adult Psychiatry, Depression, Miscellaneous|

If we’ve learnt anything from the last two years, it would likely be the fragility of our minds, and how major life changes or unexpected situations can sometimes send our mental wellbeing into a negative spiral. Suffering from mental health issues is ...read more

Six reasons why Dry January is good for your mental health

By |2022-01-14T13:39:07+00:00January 14th, 2022|Adult Psychiatry, Depression|

  The festive season is a time of relaxation and merriment and, for many, more than their fair share of alcohol. All the Christmas celebrations are a drinker’s paradise, from the free bar at the office party to the booze-frenzied ...read more

How to get yourself into your best mindset this Christmas

By |2021-12-22T12:15:12+00:00December 22nd, 2021|Depression|

Christmas can be a lonely and difficult time if you’re struggling with your mental health. It’s a time when the world is programmed to be joyful. But if you’re battling with clinical depression, shifting yourself into a happy mindset isn’t ...read more

10 ways to cope with coronavirus anxiety

By |2021-03-22T10:55:40+00:00March 24th, 2020|Adult Psychiatry, Anxiety, Depression, OCD, Schizophrenia and Paranoia, Stress|

1. Know that feeling anxious about coronavirus is OK and normal. Anxiety is a natural response to the unknown, so it's normal to feel unsettled since much about the virus is unknown even to experts. Anxiety is mother nature's way ...read more

World Mental Health Day 2019 … Starts at home

By |2021-03-23T12:50:11+00:00October 10th, 2019|Adult Psychiatry, Depression, Family, Stress|

This is not one of those Mental Health day posts that sings and dances about the wonderful service we provide. We do enough of that on #feedbackfriday*. We are a remote business. There is no commute to work, with flexible ...read more

Safeguarding and Suicide – trying to end it all.

By |2021-03-29T11:38:40+01:00December 3rd, 2018|Adult Psychiatry, Depression|

  ‘Died by suicide’ is the term we tend to use nowadays. The old fashioned way, saying that someone ‘committed’ suicide, implies that a crime has taken place - which has not been true since The Suicide Act of 1961 ...read more

Stamping out stigma: 5 mental health misconceptions

By |2021-03-30T12:30:52+01:00December 23rd, 2017|Adult Psychiatry, Anxiety, Depression, Stress|

Mental illness is a sign of weakness. People with depression, anxiety, or other mental health conditions aren't "mentally weak." Mental strength is not the same as mental health. Someone who is blind or who has an ulcer could still be ...read more

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