Category Archive for "News"

Five principles to a stronger relationship

Feb 13 2018

Love is in the air! Yes, it’s that time of year again … Valentine’s Day. But love isn’t always an easy road.…

Clinical Child Psychology & Child Neuropsychology | Know The Facts | Private Psychologist in Newcastle

Aug 02 2017

Clinical Child Psychology & Child Neuropsychology | Know The Facts | Private Psychologist in Newcastle Children of all ages from can develop…

Select Psychology | Depression Explained | Private Psychologist in Newcastle

Jul 04 2017

Private Psychologist in Newcastle | Understanding Depression  Depression is a serious condition. Not to be confused with simply feeling a bit down…

Bipolar Disorder – Treatments and therapy at Select Psychology

Jun 08 2017

Based at our clinic in Tynemouth, near Newcastle, our goal to provide help and support to anybody who may be experiencing a…

Mental Health Awareness Week

May 19 2017

Did you know that we’ve just reached the end of Mental Health Awareness week? Hopefully, you will have seen a lot more…

Coping with anxiety and depression

May 02 2017

The world in which we live in can be a complex place, and the demands of work, family and social obligations are…

Select Psychology News – A Private Psychologist Near Newcastle

Apr 21 2017

Modern life is stressful, that’s no secret. As work hours are getting longer and we have less and less time to ourselves…

Clinical Psychologists Join the Clinic

Oct 31 2016

We are delighted to welcome our HCPC registered Clinical Psychologists who joined the clinic late this summer, Dr Leonie Lalayiannis, Brenda McLackland and Dr…

Clinical psychologist Newcastle Dr Matilda Moffett tells her story

May 23 2016

As a doctor of Clinical Psychology at Nuffield Health Newcastle Hospital, Matilda Moffett works with people suffering from a range of conditions including anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, OCD and eating disorders.

How Therapy Can Help You

Apr 27 2016

Many people who live with a mental health problem or are developing one try to keep their feelings hidden because they are afraid of other people’s reactions. And many people feel troubled without having a diagnosed, or diagnosable, mental health problem – although that doesn’t mean they aren’t struggling to cope with daily life.