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How to Protect Your Mental Health While Working from Home

By Sarah Rees

Over the last few years, our working lives have changed considerably. The global pandemic made staying at home a necessity, transforming how we work and where. There have been numerous benefits. Less commuting means less pollution. For many, it also means more time at home with loved ones and more time for hobbies and rest. … Read More about How to Protect Your Mental Health While Working from Home

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Tips for Tackling Christmas Stress

By Sarah Rees

Love it or loathe it, there’s no denying the ‘season to be jolly’ is, for many, the ‘season to be super stressed’. Christmas can be magical, but it can also take an incredible toll on our mental health. Living through a global pandemic has made this time of year even more difficult. Over the last … Read More about Tips for Tackling Christmas Stress

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Episode 39 | Perfectionism with Natalie Englander

By Sarah Rees

  # EPISODE 39| SHOW NOTES In this episode, I talk to Natalie Englander about perfectionism, we talk about how it presents the impact it can have on peoples lives and the psychological treatment. Natalie is a CBT therapist who works in private practice and the NHS. Although perfectionism is often seen as a positive … Read More about Episode 39 | Perfectionism with Natalie Englander

The Personal Development Podcast

Guest interview on ‘The Personal Development Podcast’

By Sarah Rees

Success leaves clues… I was really honoured to be a guest on The Personal Development Podcast we talk about low mood, depression and seasonal affective disorder. in the episode, we also explore how depression can impact us and I share practical advice and strategies for improving our mood. One of the tools I mention is … Read More about Guest interview on ‘The Personal Development Podcast’

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How to Manage a Panic Attack

By Sarah Rees

Up to a third of people experience a panic attack at some point in their life. They usually happen during the day but can happen at night too. Panic attacks may happen to you just once or repeatedly over time. About 2 in 100 people will develop panic disorder where panic attacks become more frequent. … Read More about How to Manage a Panic Attack