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BrightonPsych
Counselling, Psychotherapy and Psychology Practice in and , UK. We tweet about , and .
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BrightonPsych Feb 22
Have you ever wondered why clinical is so important, and why it is needed? Check out Angela Betteridge's blog here:
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BrightonPsych Feb 22
" is a vital place to reflect on clinical dilemmas, talk about professional issues and learn from someone more experienced. It can also be a -care exercise..."
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BrightonPsych Feb 22
Clinical psychologist Jane Craig presents an Sussex response to unaccompanied asylum seeking minors, and news of a new initiative to provide a local therapeutic community for them.
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BrightonPsych Feb 21
Brighton at its best!
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BrightonPsych Feb 13
Effective is key to , as Sam Jahara explains
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BrightonPsych Feb 13
You can also read Sam Jahara's blog on and how it can be avoided on our website:
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BrightonPsych Feb 12
Interesting piece from on .
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BrightonPsych Feb 12
In this week's new blog post, Angela Betteridge takes a look at - what is it, and why is it needed?
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BrightonPsych Feb 7
"There has been a historical shift from ‘the family’ to ‘the couple’ as the central organising unit in contemporary life, with an emphasis on intimate connection"
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BrightonPsych Feb 6
" is first and foremost about learning to have a relationship with ourselves and to learn to hold ourselves in mind, often in ways others failed to do when we were growing up."
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BrightonPsych Feb 5
"The way and think together is vital for a productive relationship. This doesn’t mean always agreeing with one another, but having a strong alliance where difficult issues can be discussed and resolved."
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BrightonPsych Feb 5
"While nobody has literally died from a panic attack, feeling out of control and overcome by fear and can be one of the most unpleasant experiences."
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BrightonPsych Feb 3
Four simple steps to stop a panic attack:
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BrightonPsych Feb 2
"There are plenty of good reasons why New Year’s resolutions don’t work. We are often too unspecific in what would constitute change, and it can be hard to make change on our own."
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BrightonPsych Feb 1
It's day. Here's a blog from Mark Vahrmeyer on the importance of continuing to talk about mental health issues.
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Mental Health Fdn Feb 1
It's Day...talking about your feelings is one of the best things you can do to look after your mental health:
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Ruby Wax Feb 1
So many of us don’t know how to talk about our mental health. and . Let’s shout our stories loud & proud.
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BrightonPsych Feb 1
A new group will be held at our practice on Thursday evenings from 26th April (6.15-7.45pm.) Contact us to find out more and book a place:
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BrightonPsych Jan 29
Excellent piece on -care and -compassion from
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BrightonPsych Jan 29
If you dread the thought of joining a group, could it be time you tried it?
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