Archive for the ‘CBT’ Category

Posted on 29th May 2017 | Category: CBT

One of the most common problems that affects the post-industrial man and woman is stress. But what does this stress actually look like? Well, one of the main symptoms of being on edge and anxious is a lack of sleep. And being sleepless in Norwich …

Posted on 20th February 2017 | Category: CBT, Useful Tools

Were people happier in 1957? If we look back through the pages of history it seems that there was a glorious post-war period where people were so delighted the world hadn’t ended in a hail of Nazi gun fire that rejoicing was a widespread phenomenon …

Posted on 11th January 2016 | Category: CBT, Useful Tools

Working on a personal relationship with a significant other could be the hardest thing you’ll ever need to do if you want to be successful. It’s a real challenge to make interpersonal communication work when you have no professional boundaries or set methods of working …

Posted on 10th November 2015 | Category: CBT, Useful Tools

It is become a well known fact that reports of domestic violence with female perpetrators and male victims are increasing. Generally it is felt that professionals do not know how to handle this kind of violence and that in the past men have had trouble …

Posted on 27th October 2015 | Category: CBT, Useful Tools

Do you ever find that with certain important tasks that you should complete, you put them off time and time again? Maybe you leave it too late until the deadline has passed, or when you finally start there’s no time left to complete the task …

Posted on 16th October 2015 | Category: CBT, Meditation

A famous maxim within pop psychology says “when you compare, you despair”. This is simply down to the fact that we often like to see others as more competent, aware and able than ourselves. It is a way of tricking the self into inaction and …