Anger management
According to the NHS (2019), anger can be caused by a number of different causes and different people will experience different reasons for their anger.

Common causes of anger include: unsettling memories from the pa...
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Anxiety & related issues
Anxiety is a result of the body's default response to danger. Adrenaline is rushed into the bloodstream as part of our fight-or-flight response. This response is triggered whether the danger is r...
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Bereavement and loss
It is important to remember that bereavement and loss affect people in a wide range of different ways, thus resulting in a wide range of symptoms. There isn't really a set amount of sympt...
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Cultural issues
Cultural issues may have a focus on racial identity development (races such as Black, White, Brown, etc), ethnic identity development (Black British, British Asian, and other ethnic groups), gender identity and sexual orientation, from infancy throu...
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Depression
Many people go through times where their mood is low and feel sad or miserable about life for a few days. People with depression, however, experience these feelings for extended periods of time, i.e. weeks or months.
Depression is a genuine healt...
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Domestic abuse
Domestic abuse is a pattern of behaviour on the part of the abuser designed to control their partner. It can happen at any point in a relationship, including after you have split up.

Anyone forced to change their be...
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EMDR / Trauma
EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing. It is a powerful form of therapy that is designed to help people recover from traumatic events they have experienced in their lives.

It is recognised by the World Hea...
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Hoarding
A hoarding disorder is where someone acquires an excessive number of items and stores them in a chaotic manner, usually resulting in unmanageable amounts of clutter. The items can be of little or no monetary value. (NHS, 2018)
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Panic Disorder
An anxiety disorder characterised by sudden attacks of panic or fear.
People sufferring from panic disorder typically experience feelings of anxiety, stress and panic at the same time, on a regular basis. This may be for no apparent reason.
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Obsessive compulsive disorder is a serious anxiety-related condition where a person experiences frequent intrusive and unwelco...
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Mindfulness training
Mindfulness is an ancient Buddhist practice. It is a practice which is increasingly relevant for life today. In essence, it means paying attention in a particular fashion: on purpose, in the present moment and non-judgementally. This increases one's awareness, clari...
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Personal development
Personal development is a term that refers to activities that are involved in the improvement of self-knowledge and identity. It also enables people to develop talents and potential, build human capital...
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Relationship difficulties / couples therapy
Good relationships can be compared to the analogy of a smooth-running car. You don't have to constantly worry about it or talk about it's problems, nor do...
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Self esteem
Self-esteem is how we value and perceive ourselves. It is based on our opinions and beliefs about ourselves, which can sometimes feel significantly difficult to alter.

Your self-esteem can affect whether you: like and value yours...
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Stress
Feeling stressed is a feeling that we all experience from time to time and know what it feels like, for the most part. However, it's difficult to define exactly what it means. When we describe something as being stressful, we may be referring to...
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Work-related issues
Work-related stress is a feeling you may experience when you have demands at work that you feel you cannot keep up with. It may worsen existing mental health conditions or lead to the development of one if it goes on for a long period of time without being dealt with effectively...
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