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Why choose CBT

By Sarah Rees

If you are considering having Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, how do you know if it’s right for you? There are many different types of therapy available these days, so it can be tricky figuring out which one will serve you best. A useful question to start with is, ‘what do I want to get out of … Read More about Why choose CBT

Getting The Most Out Of CBT

By Sarah Rees

Reflecting On CBT Sessions So much can happen in an hours therapy session often it can be difficult to fully process what you’ve discussed and what that means for you. Reflecting on sessions is an ideal way to ensure you get the most out of your therapy. I encourage all my clients to spend some … Read More about Getting The Most Out Of CBT

How to Protect and Improve Your Mental Health and Wellbeing

By Sarah Rees

Imagine if we looked after our mental health and wellbeing in the same way we look after our physical health? We would all be a lot more resilient. Right now, the world is more stressful than it’s ever been. Our lives were busy and high-pressured before but living through a pandemic is placing further strain … Read More about How to Protect and Improve Your Mental Health and Wellbeing

A Beginner’s Guide To Journaling

By Sarah Rees

What Is Journaling? Journaling is the act of writing down your thoughts, feelings and experiences. It’s documenting your hopes, dreams, worries or wins. It’s taking the time to get your inner world down on paper. It’s also something that has helped me and many of my clients, so I’ve pulled together this ‘beginner’s guide to … Read More about A Beginner’s Guide To Journaling

How To Manage OCD During a Pandemic

By Sarah Rees

What is OCD? Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a common mental health condition where a person has obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours. It can affect men, women and children. Some people experience symptoms early, often around puberty, but it usually starts during early adulthood. In OCD, the word obsession relates to recurrent thoughts, images, impulses … Read More about How To Manage OCD During a Pandemic