• therapy-depression
    How therapy helped me break out from my depression
    by Floss Knight
    Here's my story of how therapy changed my life. It helped me break out from my depression and embrace life with enthusiasm. It has truly transformed my life in ways more than one.
  • Benefits of Employee Therapy Programs
    Benefits of Employee Therapy Programs
    by Anetta Hegyközi
    Find out why investing in Employee Therapy Programs pays off now more than ever.
  • Why is depression different for men?
    Why are the signs of depression in men different than in women?
    by Anetta Hegyközi
    Depression in men presents differently due to gender roles and therefore requires specific diagnostic criteria.
  • Mental health over the pandemic
    Therapists, the unsung heroes of the pandemic
    by Anetta Hegyközi
    Mental health has worsened over the pandemic. Therapists have stepped up to attend to a hightened workload.
  • 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.
  • Positives for Choosing Telephone Counselling
    Meet Our Therapist - Part One
    by UK Therapy Guide
    Meet Vicky Day, one of our long standing therapists. Here is what she has to say about working with UK Therapy Guide and online counselling.
  • A lonely looking woman in a bus looking out the window
    Why do Januarys feel so bad?
    by Arteo
    January usually starts on a high note and then becomes the most depressing month of the year. There are several reasons why this happens, from the fact that the holidays are over, to environmental factors and debt-induced stress.
  • A sad looking woman at night looking at her phone
    How to cope with loneliness in lockdown for Christmas
    by Arteo
    In 2020, more UK adults report feeling lonely and hopeless during Christmas. Even though travelling and family gatherings are not recommended, you can still connect with your loved ones and find ways to cope.
  • A semi-silhoutted man looking toward camera with blurred orange fairy lights in the background
    When this is not the most wonderful time of the year
    by Arteo
    Christmas time isn't the most wonderful time of the year for everybody. Some people experience stress, loneliness, and anxiety during the holiday period.
  • A person looking out of an open window of a moving car
    When you aren't looking forward to Christmas
    by Arteo
    The holiday season is supposed to be a time for joy and celebration, but some find it emotionally exhausting. Continue reading to find out what holiday depression is and what you can do about it.
  • A person sat hiding their face with bare feet in a cold basement
    Telephone counselling for depression
    by Arteo
    Telephone counselling for depression is an excellent option if you can’t find a good counsellor near you, if you can’t leave your home, or if you would be more comfortable at home instead of in an office.
  • A lady wearing a santa's hat looking depressed
    Dealing With Stress and Depression At Christmas Time
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Despite being known as “the most wonderful time of the year” Christmas can often be a time filled with loneliness, sadness and negativity for many. It can be especially stressful if you live with a mental health disorder.
  • A female therapist talking to a female client in a therapy session
    Is CBT The Right Therapy For Me?
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Cognitive behavioural therapy (or CBT) is a talking based psychotherapy which focuses on how thoughts, beliefs and attitude affect feelings and behaviour. Based on the theory that how we think directly affects the way we feel and behave, CBT uses a combination of cognitive (examining thoughts) and behaviour (examining things we do) therapies to help people overcome and manage their problems.
  • Two people working with laptops and pen and paper
    Embracing Career Change
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    Change is an inevitable part of life and can be incredibly difficult, it’s certainly not a walk in the park. There are many hurdles to face when moving careers and finding a new job - this includes finding employment within a suitable distance, a role which pays enough to support your lifestyle, and most importantly - one which will make you happy.
  • A happy smiling lady in a coffee shop
    How To Increase Your Self Confidence At Work
    by Rebecca Fitzgerald
    It’s no secret that workplaces can be incredibly stressful environments. With so much of our lives spent there, it can sometimes feel hard to escape. Workplace stress can often go hand in hand with low self confidence, and low self confidence can often bring negative thoughts which can be very hard to control. If you're struggling at work, follow our top tips for getting your mojo back...