• Empathy disorder
    Empathy disorder: what is it, symptoms, and how to overcome it
    by Arteo
    Empathy disorders occur when a person is too connected with other people’s emotions (hyper empathy syndrome) or when they can’t understand them at all (empathy deficit disorder.)
  • reality testing
    Reality testing – how to determine whether your thoughts are grounded in reality
    by Arteo
    Are your emotional reactions grounded in reality or are they a reflection of your inner hopes and fears? You can find this out by doing reality testing, a practice that helps you gain insight into your thought patterns.
  • managing change
    5 tips to get better at managing change
    by Arteo
    Managing change can be hard if you love routine, but changes are simply a part of life. These tips will help you get better at dealing with change, whether it’s unexpected or you’ve been preparing for it.
  • moving a lot as a child
    Can moving repeatedly in childhood lead to poor mental health?
    by Arteo
    Moving home can be exciting, but it can also have a negative impact on your child’s emotional development and mental health. Here’s how parents can help children navigate their emotions and adjust to their new home.
  • loss of routine
    How to cope with the loss of routine after coming back to work
    by Arteo
    The loss of routine caused by coming back to work can make us feel off-balance, anxious, and uneasy. But, after a transition period, you should be able to settle into a new routine and return to normal.
  • Why don’t people like me
    Why don’t people like me? Is it me or them?
    by Arteo
    Why don’t people like me? Did I do something to upset them? Is there something wrong with me? Asking yourself these questions constantly can make you feel unwanted and isolated. Here’s what you can do about it.
  • obsessive thinking
    How can I stop obsessive thoughts? 6 strategies to address rumination
    by Arteo
    Obsessive thoughts can appear when you’re going through a stressful period, you’re a perfectionist, you tend to focus too much on relationships with others, or you have a history of mental health conditions. Here’s how you can overcome them.
  • deflection
    Deflection in psychology – what it is, why people use it, and how to deal with it
    by UK Therapy Guide
    Deflection happens when a person refuses to own up to their mistakes and passes the blame to someone else. It’s a common defence mechanism, but it can affect the other person’s self-esteem and even lead to toxic relationships.
  • pollution and mental health
    New study links air pollution to increased severity of mental illness
    by Arteo
    A recent study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry adds to the growing body of research suggesting that there is a correlation between high air pollution levels and the risk of severe mental illnesses.
  • new lockdown
    Dealing with the uncertainty of a new lockdown
    by Arteo
    Do you find yourself ruminating over worst case scenarios and the things you can’t control about the pandemic? Here are five ways to deal with the uncertainty of a new lockdown.
  • loneliness in children
    Why is my child lonely? 7 causes of loneliness in children, and what parents can do to help
    by Arteo
    Adults aren’t the only ones who can feel lonely. Children are lonelier than ever, and research shows that this can have a major impact on their quality of life and long-term development.
  • back to school anxiety
    Post-lockdown back to school anxiety is real, and it can affect students, parents, and teachers alike
    by Arteo
    If you’re worried about going back to school, you’re not alone. Back to school anxiety has become a common phenomenon as the UK’s lockdown is lifted, and everyone from students to parents and teachers can experience it.
  • Moral principles
    Moral principles: what they are, examples, and how they can influence your life choices
    by Arteo
    Our life choices are guided by moral principles, whether we are aware of them or not. These moral principles can be passed on to us when we are born, they can be influenced by society, but we can also change our moral principles throughout our lives, based on our experiences.
  • Why can’t I cry
    Why can’t I cry? 7 reasons behind the inability to cry, and what you can do about it
    by Arteo
    It's natural for some people to cry more easily than others. Because people are unique individuals, emotional expression will differ from one to the next. If you have a hard time working through your own feelings, we can help you understand where this is coming from.
  • Get to know our online therapists at UK Therapy Guide
    Meet Our Therapist - Part Two
    by UK Therapy Guide
    Meet Naomi Magnus, who has been with us for years as one of our therapists. She is here to tel you more about UK Therapy Guide and online therapy/
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