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In my clinical role I work with quite a few people who report being very stressed by work. They site a whole range of reasons for why work is a problem: work overload, ambiguity, lack of support or appreciation, insufficient financial reward, poor relationships with colleagues or managers, and a host of other reasons.  … Read More

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In the first part of this series we began identifying what thinking errors are and how they affect us. In the previous article we explored further, three classic thinking errors, how we can be easily troubled them, blow things all out of proportion and drive our anxiety higher and higher. Here, we will take a… Read More

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As my careers teacher at school once told our class “Money on its own will not make you happy; but the lack of it can make you miserable.” And he was absolutely right. Most people, not unreasonably, make the assumption that the more money you have then the more content you will be with life;… Read More

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In the first part of this series we began identifying what thinking errors are and how they affect us. In this article we will explore further three classic thinking errors, how we can be easily troubled them, blow things all out of proportion and drive our anxiety higher and higher. It is extremely common to… Read More

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Thinking errors are the distortions that most of us make when evaluating information that affects us on a personal level. When made, we mistake these errors for a realistic evaluation of the situation and they go on to fuel the emotions and drive us further away from logic. Unfortunately, the stronger we feel about something,… Read More

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Depressive disorders remain a significant cause of mental health and disability issues in most of the world and although treatments have come on in leaps and bounds over the last few decades there does remain much room for improvement. Some people with depression are resistant to currently available treatments both pharmaceutical and psychotherapeutic and others… Read More

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Bullying has been in the news recently (again) and it seems just as hard to stop now as it has ever been. FB has shown pictures of children with head wounds and we’ve even seen football managers engaging in disgraceful behaviour towards reporters. It’s an age old problem. Here at MHD we wrote a book… Read More

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Most of us experience some level of emotional discomfort from time to time and many of us will suffer from a full blown psychological or mental health difficulty at some point in our lives if not recurring episodes yet these incidents still feel alien to us in a way that physical pain does not. Physical… Read More

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We’ve been busy here at Mind Health Development, identifying how best we can use our corner of the Internet to offer our perspective on the world of mental health and psychological wellbeing. Traditionally our website has been a home for our corporate and occupational health work but we are now expanding. Whilst our colleagues and… Read More

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