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BrightonPsych
Counselling, Psychotherapy and Psychology Practice in and , UK. We tweet about , and .
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BrightonPsych 13h
We all know about talking therapies, but what are the benefits of ‘embodiment’ and physical awareness? Tuning in to our ‘atmosphere’ can guide how we open and close ourselves to the things and people around us.
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BrightonPsych May 22
It’s great to see people speaking out and being honest about their struggles. There are no quick fixes, but a life of enquiry learning and growth from our predicaments.
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BrightonPsych May 20
Have you ever thought about how the constant noise of politics, money matters and change affects you? This insightful blog suggests ways to deal with the anxieties that social unconsciousness can bring.
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Mental Health Fdn May 17
💚We want to say a huge thank you to our ambassador for making an honest and powerful documentary about his experience of psychosis. 💚It is brave to share this with us all and be a part of creating change during
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BrightonPsych May 17
In a world of instant gratification, where everything is up for debate, psychotherapy can be an antidote. This article shows how it helps you deeply know and accept who you are. In modern life, we need this more than ever.
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BrightonPsych May 13
With so many therapies and therapists to choose from these days, it can all be a bit confusing. But if you are looking for real change and insight in your life, then this blog will help you find the right match for you.
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BrightonPsych May 13
Post partum psychosis and depression remain a taboo in society & particularly amongst mothers. It is not uncommon for struggling mothers to seek out a male psychotherapist simply because they feel too judged to see a female.
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BrightonPsych Apr 16
Is it time to think of mental health as a positive thing and something we can all work on? We look after our physical health by working out and eating well yet our mental health is only really thought about when we are suffering.
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BrightonPsych Apr 16
Therapy can really change you as a person but do you want it too? Check out this hugely insightful post from one of our therapists about the reality of
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BrightonPsych Apr 16
If you are having relationship issues here are some very useful questions to consider and you may find them very helpful!
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BrightonPsych Apr 10
Great interview, worth listening to: Building Grit Through Self Compassion with Dr Kristin Neff
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Shoreham Port Apr 2
Take a look at this fantastic clip of a pod of , captured by our Tug Master, Darren aboard our tug boat in this afternoon!
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BrightonPsych Mar 28
Anti-depressant prescriptions increase by 100% since 2008. Twice as much depression? Or simply no talk therapy provision on the NHS?
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BrightonPsych Mar 28
There is so much more to a therapy room and any room than you may think
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BrightonPsych Mar 26
What is, and what isn't Relational Therapy and how might it help us?
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BrightonPsych Mar 25
Getting older can have a range of effects on how men view and engage with sex and these can be affected by or affect a mans mental health
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BrightonPsych Mar 25
Great to see our very own Mark Vahrmeyer in the wonderful magazine.
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BrightonPsych Mar 15
Can therapy change our personalities? Forever?
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Maya Angelou Mar 10
"What I really would like said about me is that I dared to love. By love, I mean that condition in the human spirit so profound it encourages us to develop courage and build bridges, and then to trust those bridges and cross the bridges in attempts to reach other human beings."
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Philippa_Perry Mar 11
Parents: forgive yourself immediately. We all make mistakes every day, if we know, we can do something about them. If we take a wrong turn in the car, we don’t say, I’ve ruined this journey. We turn round. We try again. When we arrive late we have still arrived. Never too late.
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