Now there’s a subject I didn’t know I’d be addressing a few weeks ago! But here we are, wondering how to manage stress and anxiety during a pandemic. Us humans are fragile things. We like stability, safety, routine, connection, and community. All these things make us feel safe in the world. ... Read More about How to Manage Stress and Anxiety During a Pandemic
Everyone experiences anxiety, and sometimes high levels of anxiety, as a normal response to a dangerous or stressful situation. A panic attack is when you have a sense of overwhelming fear and your body experiences a rush of intense mental and physical symptoms which come on very quickly. ... Read More about What is a Panic Attack and How Can CBT Help?
Was journaling one of your New Year goals? Do you long to make it part of your self-care routine? Maybe you’ve read all about it, seen how popular it is on Instagram, and you’re convinced about the benefits? So why can’t you get going? Perhaps you know how to create a journaling habit, but you’re ... Read More about Why You Don’t Want to Journal and What to Do About It
The number one question we hear in the Facebook group “CBT in Private Practice CBT In Private Practice is were do therapist get their referrals from? Previously we talked about investing time in creating a business plan, this foundation of work will provide a solid base for you referral ... Read More about Blog for Therapist – Referral Sources in Private Practice
People who care for others with all the strength, wisdom, courage and compassion that takes can sometimes struggle to prioritise their own needs and direct compassion towards themselves. Our mind is the tool we use for the work we do, so it’s vital we get the balance right. In other words, self-care ... Read More about Self-Care for Therapists