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What’s The Difference Between A Psychologist & A Psychiatrist?

What’s The Difference Between A Psychologist & A Psychiatrist?

They’re both similar looking and sounding words pertaining to treatment of poor mental health so many people don’t realise they’re actually quite different. Here we’ll explore the different between a psychologist and a psychiatrist. Put very simply, psychiatry relies...

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 – We’re Expanding

Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 – We’re Expanding

The first half of 2019 has been a busy one which has seen us grow to offer our services at more clinic locations and recruit several new team members. We're also set to open two new therapy rooms at our flagship clinic this week. We thought what better time than...

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Business News : We’ve Opened a Clinic in Sunderland

Business News : We’ve Opened a Clinic in Sunderland

Mental health dominates many headlines in today’s media, which no doubt has had an impact on awareness of the issues that surround it, creating a surge of people looking for help. Select Psychology, a North East based private counselling and clinical psychology...

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Am I Spending Too Long On Social Media Apps?

Am I Spending Too Long On Social Media Apps?

This is part one in our four-part series about the impact of social media on mental health. Part one – When is social media too much? Social media has dramatically changed the way that we communicate. It helps us to connect with the outside world, find like minded...

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Five principles to a stronger relationship

Five principles to a stronger relationship

Love is in the air! Yes, it’s that time of year again … Valentine’s Day. But love isn’t always an easy road. Armele Philpotts, a relationship and family therapist, explains to us what the five principles are to gaining a stronger relationship: "I’ve seen many couples...

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What Is Clinical Child Psychology & Neuropsychology?

What Is Clinical Child Psychology & Neuropsychology?

Clinical Child Psychology & Child Neuropsychology | Know The Facts | Private Psychologist in Newcastle Children of all ages from can develop and experience mental health difficulties. They can experience for example: worry, anxiety, depression, low mood,...

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What is Depression & What Are The Symptoms?

What is Depression & What Are The Symptoms?

Depression is a serious condition. Not to be confused with simply feeling a bit down or having a low mood due to adverse circumstances. Depression can strike at any time and seriously affect the lives of sufferers and their ability to function for short or prolonged...

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How Can Therapy Help People With Bipolar Disorder?

How Can Therapy Help People With Bipolar Disorder?

Based at our clinic in Tynemouth, near Newcastle, our goal to provide help and support to anybody who may be experiencing a mental health issue. Part of the way in which we give that help and support is through a range of talking therapies, including cognitive...

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When Is Mental Health Awareness Week?

When Is Mental Health Awareness Week?

Did you know that we've just reached the end of Mental Health Awareness week? Hopefully, you will have seen a lot more discussion around mental health and how to support those who are suffering from a mental health condition and we can start to lift the stigma that...

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Coping with anxiety and depression

Coping with anxiety and depression

The world in which we live in can be a complex place, and the demands of work, family and social obligations are leading to an increasing number of people presenting with the symptoms of anxiety and or depression. Anxiety and depression can be just as debilitating as...

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Business News – Select Psychology Continues To Grow

Business News – Select Psychology Continues To Grow

Modern life is stressful, that's no secret. As work hours are getting longer and we have less and less time to ourselves in the evenings and at weekends, it's important to look after ourselves more than ever. This means looking after your well-being and mental health...

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Clinical Psychologists Join the Clinic

Clinical Psychologists Join the Clinic

We are delighted to welcome our HCPC registered Clinical Psychologists who joined the clinic late this summer, Dr Leonie Lalayiannis, Brenda McLackland and Dr Jenny Johns. Our Clinical Psychologists are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)...

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