Category: Manage Stress

Is it Time for a Change: Free Work Book

Recently, I asked how you were feeling and quite a few of you actually got in contact to let me know. It was good to get updates from people I’ve worked with over the years and many of those I’ve trained too. However, it was troubling to hear the common theme of high anxiety caused...

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Bust Stress with Mindfulness in this One Easy Step

Self-care is something that doesn’t come easily for many of us. We race from one goal to the next, multitasking, multi-screening and telling ourselves that doing more somehow equals being more. ‘I’m soooo busy’ is the modern mantra. There’s a sense of status in implying you barely have time to sleep these days. So, in...

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How to Respond when Someone Self-Harms

  Today I’m publishing my second e book on self harm ‘Responding to Self Harm.’ You can access the first e book ‘Understanding Self Harm here. It’s turned into a bigger project than I anticipated, as is often the case. It’s such a big subject and the need for education and understanding is great. Schools in particular are...

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Power-up your Affirmations with the Temporal Tap Technique

Affirmations often get a bad press.  If you still think they are a bit hippyish or ‘new-age’ you need to think again. Many of us are streaming a negative background audio. Some of us have downloaded the content into our lives and don’t understand the impact it is having on our mental health. It’s a bit like...

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How to Quickly and Safely De-Traumatise Victims of Sexual Abuse

These days, I am considered an expert on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. My company, Fusion® Ltd is a registered stake holder with NICE and I am kept informed of updates to recommended treatments. The method I use to resolve the symptoms of PTSD, and the subject of my book ‘PTSD Resolution’, is called the Rewind...

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How to Stop Trauma (PTSD) Destroying your Family

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD) doesn’t just affect the sufferer. It can create a tsunami of emotions that threatens relationships and has the power to sink an entire family. As the PTSD sufferer drowns, they often take others down with them. Wives, partners, mothers, friends and relatives can all be impacted by the angry outbursts, the...

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How to Stop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Symptoms: a Psychotherapist Explains

Wives, friends, and colleagues can all suffer the fallout from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It often goes undiagnosed because people don’t like to talk about trauma, so they talk about headaches, insomnia, panic attacks, depression or the drug and alcohol issues which are often just symptoms of the real underlying problem. My book ‘PTSD Resolution’...

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MUSTerbating again? How to Control the Bully in your Head

Are you busy? Perhaps you’ve become known as the ‘Queen of Multitasking’ and wear that badge with the kind of worn out pride? Mornings are spent juggling the needs of others; ferrying the kids to school, off to do some early morning shopping for the elderly parents then in to work where you’re considered indispensable...

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