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Getting Help: Individual Counselling

If your idea of counselling is reclining on a leather couch, revealing your dreams and childhood experiences to a bespectacled old man, it's time to turn off the TV and learn what really happens.

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Just Can’t Stop: Behavioural Addiction

When you think addiction, smoking, alcohol or certain drugs probably come to mind. But what happens if you become unhealthily obsessed with an activity or behaviour?

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Handling The News – Moving On After A Diagnosis

You're coming to terms with your diagnosis and you've shared the news with those who are close to you. What now?

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Handling The News – Dealing With A Diagnosis

No one wants to find themself on the receiving end of bad news from their doctor. How do you cope if it happens to you?

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Going Your Separate Ways – Starting Over

Your separation from your partner is final and the dust has settled, so what now? How do you go about starting over and creating a new life as a single person?

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Going Your Separate Ways – Coping With Separation

Separation or divorce is difficult for everyone involved, but there are steps you can take to ease the transition.

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A Fair Fight's A Good Fight

The occasional lover's tiff can be good for your relationship – provided you fight fair.

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Caring For The Carer

Being the carer for a person with a mental illness is a challenging role that often falls to the person’s relatives or friends. But if you’re a carer, there’s another person you need to look after: you.

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Getting Your Message Across

It’s not just what you say; it’s also how you say it that matters. Being able to speak assertively can lead to healthier relationships and more self-esteem.

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Reconnecting: Activity Planning

Hobbies and interests help with recovery from anxiety by providing an outlet to focus your attention and energy on - not to mention distracting from worrying and negative thoughts.

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Goal Planning: Smart Thinking

Structured problem solving can be used to help you work towards and achieve goals and, most importantly, recover from anxiety.

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Solving Problems – No Worries!

Structured problem solving is a useful technique that can help you work through problems and reduce your level of worry and anxiety.

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Beating Performance Anxiety

Performance anxiety is a feeling of fear or apprehension that develops when you are expected to complete a task in front of an audience – whether that's one person or 100.

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Smoothing Out Anxiety: Graded Situational Exposure

Graded situational exposure is a technique that helps you to overcome your fear of certain situations or events. It involves exposing yourself to the situation that you fear in small, achievable steps that gradually increase in intensity.

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Perception Is Everything

Our thoughts and beliefs about a specific situation or event - not the situation itself - are what influence our emotions and actions. So how do we use that power for good?

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