Anxiety In Children – How You Can Help Manage It – VLOG

Anxiety in Children - How you can help manage it. Natalie Hunt Mental Health Trainer tells us more in this vlog https://youtu.be/wPHBMLLwURg   More and more children are struggling with anxiety than ever before and this presents a huge challenge for parents and carers – our gut reaction is often to ‘fix it’ and remove … Continue reading Anxiety In Children – How You Can Help Manage It – VLOG

Adapting Your Environment to Reduce Anxiety – VLOG

Adapting Your Environment to Reduce Anxiety - Anna Chalmers Occupational Therapist https://youtu.be/a56jKvaoUJE   Adapting your environment to reduce anxiety Decluttering your environment Calm clear mind requires a calm clear environment Reduce clutter, creating effective storage Getting rid of multiples Carrying out a 'nightly sweep' Organisation Find a set place for everything Reduce the need for panic searching  Keep … Continue reading Adapting Your Environment to Reduce Anxiety – VLOG

5 Ways to Wellbeing – VLOG

The Five Ways to Wellbeing - Natalie Hunt Training The ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’ has been around for a while, but I think it is a really useful way to reflect and act upon our self care at this time. Many of us are feeling exhausted and frustrated by the lockdown (at the time of … Continue reading 5 Ways to Wellbeing – VLOG

Overcoming Self-Defeating Behaviour – VLOG

https://youtu.be/enZafJSpzZo   Managing Self Defeating Behaviour Self defeating behaviour, also known as Negative Automatic Thoughts (NAT’s) or Unhelpful Thoughts are very common, particularly in teenagers as their emotional brains are not fully developed. It is likely that these thoughts and behaviours will be heightened at this time. Categories of NAT’s include: catastrophising, mind reading, unrealistic … Continue reading Overcoming Self-Defeating Behaviour – VLOG

First Access Points for Mental Health Services During Covid-19 and Beyond

Hello to all our followers (and beyond!) we would just like to post about something that has been bought to our attention recently, we are aware that many "mental health support" pages and groups have sprung up online recently offering free support and, in some cases, counselling. Whilst this is very noble and anyone helping … Continue reading First Access Points for Mental Health Services During Covid-19 and Beyond