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Signs It's Time To Seek A Therapy With a Psychologist

Depression,Psychology,therapy

Date : August 27, 2017Comments : 0

9 Signs It’s Time To Seek Therapy

Knowing signs it’s time to seek therapy or not can be a very nerve wracking time. It is often a new experience and also, you don’t want to feel like you are weak or unusual in some way. The good news is you are neither of these things. Many people seek therapy, both those who are in need of emotional and mental support but also just general people who want to de-stress or feel more positively about life after a hard time. John, the founder of Battle of Mind & Seek A Therapy often speaks openly about having seen therapists got emotional and mental health purposes and saw just how beneficial it was to his life working with professional therapists and now lives a much happier life than he did six years ago when he first sought help.

We have compiled a short list of factors to help you think, maybe it’s time to Seek Therapy below : –
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suit with tie

Depression,therapy

Date : May 23, 2017Comments : 0

How to achieve great wealth

It is human nature to always want to progress and to pursue comfort, happiness and freedom and most people think that there is only one way to achieve these 3 things… money. Money and the pursuit of ever growing wealth is the pursuit of most of us, we go to work to pay our mortgage/rent , to raise our children and to buy our food and the constant weekly working torment to achieve these important commodities of life never ceases to end. In this blog post the founder of BoM John discusses the importance of not focusing on what we don’t have but on appreciating the things we do…even the poorest person can be extremely wealthy!

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What's Your Story?

What’s Your Story?

Some time ago I was fortunate to be able to attend a professional development workshop run by Professor Jeffrey Kottler, an academic visiting the U.K. from California State University on the west coast of the U.S.  Professor Kottler, an experienced therapist and educator of the next generation of counsellors in the States had a take on the therapeutic process that immediately rang true with me even though I had not up to that point devoted much thought to it.  Our lives, Kottler stated, are our stories.  Continue reading “What’s Your Story?”

Middle Age

Life Experience,Motivation,Relationships,therapy

Date : October 5, 2016Comments : 0

Middle Age: Looking Forward at 45

As more and more people turn to therapy to help them make sense of their own personal life journey, the issues around life stage changes often crop up in the counselling room. We are all generally living longer, not necessarily keeping the same partner for life and are reassessing what it means to live in today’s busy world.

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tablets are not the cure for everyone

Depression,therapy

Date : September 18, 2016Comments : 0

Help depression not just through anti-depressants but through exploring therapies

Back when I was diagnosed with severe depression and anxiety in 2011 to help depression , my initial treatment was 40mg of citalopram (the highest dosage allowed) and to add me to a waiting list to see a mental health nurse (which took three months after I had been taking Citalopram).

The tablets, on the other hand, were instantly retrievable from the local pharmacist and within two or three weeks did had an improved effect on my depressive mood. Several months after taking the anti-depressants but all I was diagnosed as severely depressed by my nurse (three months to get that diagnosis ) and 4 hours of CBT. Continue reading “Help depression not just through anti-depressants but through exploring therapies”