Podcast about a clients experience of OCD and his journey to recovery using CBT and what we do and dont know about OCD

“We are all abit obsessive”   ” I like to clean a lot ”  ” I like to be organised”  whilst these statements might be true for many this doesn’t mean that you have OCD. OCD is a serious mental health condition that can cause significant distress to individuals and impact on a their ability to function.

From the BABCP( British association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies )  ‘ Lets talk about CBT’  podcast series,  this podcast talks about  a clients experience of OCD and his journey towards recovery with the help of CBT. Professor Paul Salkovkis also explains what we do and don’t know about OCD at this time .

https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/cbt-for-obsessive-compulsive-disorder/id1336023443?i=1000453718930

If you or someone you know is  struggling to cope with OCD and you would like to consider CBT treatment then please get in touch .

500 years of the history of mental health- interesting insights from times past

This fascinates me !!
The Royal College of Physicians is presenting ‘Moonstruck’ , exhibitions and events looking at 500 years of mental health. It tells the story of mental health, from witchcraft and home remedies to straitjackets and ECT. Events are in Edinburgh but if you live further afield check out their website. Check out the recorded talks link .I’ve enjoyed listening to Voices of the mad: patients letters from the asylum and the Age of stress: myth or reality, so far . If this is your thing, give it a look

https://www.rcpe.ac.uk/moonstruck

 

Its World Mental Health Day – take the 30 day Body Positive Mental Wellness Challenge

 

Take the Body Positive 30 Day Mental Wellness Challenge

BBC Body Positive #MentalWellnessChallenge

Meet Dr Zoe who will be guiding you through the five weeks.

Daily tips to help improve your mental wellbeing

The latest report from the annual UK Youth Index calls 16 to 25-year-olds the unhappiest generation for a decade, revealing that almost two-thirds (61%) regularly feel stressed, more than a quarter (27%) feel “hopeless”, while around half (47%) have experienced a mental health problem.

 Even if you don’t have anxiety, depression or a diagnosed mental illness, better sleep and less stress is good for your overall health and well-being.

 

Podcast talking about a clients experience of CBT to treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

http://letstalkaboutcbt.libsyn.com/cbt-for-post-traumatic-stress-disorder?dm_i=AQ0,6IB09,M3I0EB,PUGBF,1

From the BABCP( British association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies )  ‘ Lets talk about CBT’  podcast series,  this podcast talks about  how Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can be used to treat Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

If you or someone you know is  struggling to cope with events following a traumatic event we can help you . We provide  CBT and EMDR therapy which is recommended by NICE for the treatment of PTSD. Please get in touch to discuss your needs .