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Counselling, Psychotherapy and Psychology Practice in and , UK. We tweet about , and .
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BrightonPsych Apr 20
A simple statement that carries a very important message.
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BrightonPsych Apr 17
Is mindfulness good for everyone? Do you find it useful? Should people be careful who they suggest it to? Should business be promoting it without checking the mental health of each person?
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BrightonPsych Apr 11
is a serious issue. Check out our very own Mark Vahrmeyer discuss this topic on the amazing 's Mothership Show
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BrightonPsych Apr 9
Spot on comment from a spot on article: 'Toxic masculinity... it travels, just as trauma is embedded and travels and metastasizes in families':
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BrightonPsych Apr 9
We are delighted to welcome Psychoanalytic Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist David Bor on board who will work from our Hove and Lewes practices:
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BrightonPsych Apr 9
Asking for help will always be easier than living with your illness without it.
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BrightonPsych Apr 8
Some great tips in here on managing stress, anxiety and mental health in general in this piece.
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BrightonPsych Apr 3
What is ? Workplace stress is a serious problem, hear is a guide to spotting it and dealing with it.
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BrightonPsych Mar 27
Check out our latest newsletter with all of our recent blogs along with news:
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BrightonPsych Mar 26
We are looking for a new team member - an experienced individuals and couples psychotherapist or equivalent to work with us. Interested? Get in touch!
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BrightonPsych Mar 26
How swapping roles can do wonders in couples counselling and at home
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BrightonPsych Mar 20
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BrightonPsych Mar 20
While this maybe be about the US it is fitting for the UK too!
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BrightonPsych Mar 18
Psychotherapy develops our capacity to think by changing the brain. This is what you can get better at doing - Say ‘No’ and change your life
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BrightonPsych Mar 15
Replying to @LorraineCanHelp
This is a good point and they do begin in the subconscious. However the sub- and unconscious is located in the body. Freud, knew this and modern neuroscience evidences it, therefore if we remain embodied, we will not have a panic attack. It is physiology.
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BrightonPsych Mar 14
This article does contain spoilers but for those who have seen the film it is a very useful look into the relationship between mother and daughter.
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BrightonPsych Mar 12
Check out our latest blog on the emotional and psychological aspects of the menopause:
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BrightonPsych Mar 7
A very important thing to consider and to change.
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BrightonPsych Mar 5
Panic Attacks affect a lot of people and the fear of an attack can cause issues too. Here are some simple and effective steps to manage an attack and stop fearing them.
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BrightonPsych Feb 28
This is a more balanced view on anti-depressants: They can be helpful to some; there are many different types; they do numb feelings; they don't resolve underlying issues -
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