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Eating Disorder Support from North West Psychology

January 18th, 2017|Personal Psychology|

Are you affected by an eating disorder? Maybe someone in your family is struggling with their eating habits? Are there any abnormal eating habits that are affecting someone that you know and their physical and mental health is suffering? There are many different habits and have different levels of severity, but these need to be [...]

Employee Assessment and Treatment

December 22nd, 2016|Corporate Psychology|

Are you a conscientious employer, concerned about your employee’s welfare? Are you concerned that an employee’s performance has tailed off? Think some of your employees may have work, personal or family issues that are affecting their working life? Maybe you are an employee and would like some professional support in dealing with issues at work [...]

University Troubles and Anxiety

December 20th, 2016|Personal Psychology|

Have you got a child at University? Are they happy away from home? Do they struggle to return to Uni after holidays? Maybe you are a student and dread the University troubles and anxiety when returning after a trip home. You maybe anxious and worried, you may even be depressed. University life is a time [...]

Prevent Depression Over the Holiday Season

December 16th, 2016|Personal Psychology|

It’s the holiday season again! Fun, parties, celebrations, family, alcohol, food, change of routine, smiles, happiness and everyone full of the festive spirit! Whilst this is true for a lot of us, there are people whose reality of this time of the year isn’t quite so cheerful. It can be a time of great stress, [...]

Losing a Loved One

November 26th, 2016|Personal Psychology|

Have you lost a family member recently? A spouse, partner or sibling? Has a close friend or relative passed away recently? Maybe their death was some time ago. Are you struggling to cope with their loss and having difficulty in adjusting to life without them? Losing a loved one can be a massive challenge and [...]

Are You Stressed at Work?

November 20th, 2016|Personal Psychology|

Are you feeling under pressure at work? Are you a Manager and feel overwhelmed with the workload and responsibility? Are you an employee and worried that you can’t cope with your workload? Are you struggling with the pressure at work and is it affecting your homelife? You are not alone, work-related stress is a very [...]

Empty Nest Syndrome

November 16th, 2016|Personal Psychology|

Have your children all left home? Perhaps gone to University recently. Maybe they have moved out to set up their own home with a spouse or partner. Maybe your child is due to move out shortly and leave an empty bedroom behind. Empty Nest Syndrome isn’t a medical condition, sometimes known as the post-parental period, [...]

Are You Struggling With Stress?

November 10th, 2016|Personal Psychology|

Are you struggling with stress? Are you feeling under pressure and struggling to cope? Do you feel anxious about anything? Not coping with work, people or life in general? Are you feeling tense or emotional and is it affecting your life? You are not alone. Stress affects thousands of people each year and can be [...]