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What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder? How Do You Overcome It?

What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder? How Do You Overcome It?

During the autumn and winter months, it’s normal to feel a little down - after all, the warm summer months are gone, and there are only cold, grey days looming. However, if you find yourself feeling down most of the time and can’t seem to keep yourself motivated like...

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Mental Health Hotline for World Mental Health Day

Mental Health Hotline for World Mental Health Day

On world mental health day Select Psychology will be taking mental health enquiries over the telephone to give people a chance to speak to a trained professional about their concerns. This Thursday 10th October 9am-1pm, the clinic will do away with its usual...

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What is World Obesity Day & When is it?

What is World Obesity Day & When is it?

It is World Obesity Day on Thursday 4th March 2021 and to raise awareness of the Psychological Aspects of Eating, Dr Matilda Moffett, Clinical Psychologist will be joining the host Mr Zaher Toumi, Consultant Bariatric and Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeon, to provide a...

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Supporting Family Health During Lockdown

Supporting Family Health During Lockdown

Not many of us were prepared for the challenges we have faced over the past year. How our lives have changed would have been beyond comprehension in February 2020, but here we all are a year on, still adapting and doing the best we can despite having little control...

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What is Remote Therapy & How does it work?

What is Remote Therapy & How does it work?

Following government guidelines we are not currently offering face to face appointments, however we are offering remote therapy. We recognise the importance of being able to access therapy at this difficult time and we are continuing to offer our full range of...

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We are still open and providing a remote therapy services

We are still open and providing a remote therapy services

During the current restrictions resulting from the COVID -19 outbreak Select Psychology are committed to ensuring our clients continue to gain access to the right therapy for them and have therefore implemented procedures that allow us to continue carrying out...

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Mental Health Hotline for World Mental Health Day

Mental Health Hotline for World Mental Health Day

  On world mental health day Select Psychology will run a Mental Health Hotline to give people a chance to speak to a trained professional about their concerns. Thursday 10th October 9am-1pm, the clinic will do away with its usual consultation appointments to...

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What Type of Therapy Will Suit My Needs?

What Type of Therapy Will Suit My Needs?

It can be daunting looking for a therapist. If you have been to see the GP and are referred to an NHS therapist you can assume that whoever you will see will be a good fit for your needs and that they are fully qualified and supervised in what they do. Why private...

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What is Mindfulness & How Does It Work?

What is Mindfulness & How Does It Work?

It seems to be a new buzz word, we should all apparently be more mindful, but what exactly does that mean and how will it make our lives better? Paying attention to the present moment Mindfulness means paying attention to the present moment in a non-judgemental way....

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What Is Sex Addiction & Do I Have It?

What Is Sex Addiction & Do I Have It?

What is sex addiction? The simplest definition for sex addiction is that it is any form of sexual behaviour that feels out of control and that is causing problems in someone’s life.  There are many different types of sexual behaviour that people can become...

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Is Social Media Lowering My Self Esteem?

Is Social Media Lowering My Self Esteem?

This is the fourth part in our four part series about the impact of social media on mental health. This time we look at how it can effect our self esteem. We are all are bombarded with images of utopia and a life that is unattainable to us. People put the best of...

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Brain awareness week: What is “Child Neuropsychology”?

Brain awareness week: What is “Child Neuropsychology”?

Brain Awareness Week (BAW) is a global campaign, founded by The Dana Foundation, to engage and educate the public on the advances and advantages of research in this area in a worldwide celebration of the brain! To contribute to this, we wanted to talk about Child...

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