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Yes, your child is struggling and you are ready to seek help. But should you trust a psychiatrist suggesting medication? Who else can diagnose ADD symptoms in children here in the UK?  ADD Symptoms in Children First, let’s clear up some myths about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD, or ADD) symptoms in children. Your child […]
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Do you think a person with depression symptoms is sad, crying, and wanting to die? Think again. Yes, these can be symptoms of major depressive disorder. But depression is a complex issue and there are many types of depression. If you’ve been not yourself lately, and it is getting better but not worse? See if […]
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Why is it that your colleagues are always so cool under stress, but you panic? That you are ridiculously organised, but your sister can’t find the very glasses that are sitting on her head? A psychometric test would have something to say about it.   What is psychometric testing? Using tests to identify intelligence can be […]
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Deep down, believe you just aren’t as good as other people? Tried positive thinking and pushing yourself to try new things, but still have low self worth? The mistake we make when it comes to inner worth The biggest mistake we make about self worth is we think it is just a thought. That if […]
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Deep down, believe you aren’t as good as other people? That something about you is flawed beyond repair? Tried positive thinking and pushing yourself to try new things, but still have low self worth? The mistake we make when it comes to self worth The biggest mistake we make about self worth is we think […]
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A free IQ test on the internet can feel hard to resist. Who doesn’t want to secretly know how smart they are? But what are IQ tests about, really? How are they used by psychologists? And can an IQ test help you, or are they actually a bad idea? What is an IQ test? An […]
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Always apologising non stop? Feel sorry for everything that goes wrong? Is apologising too much sometimes normal? In the UK we say sorry to every person we pass as we manoeuvre our way around a busy shop. It’s a harmless show of politesse.  And yes, we all sometimes apologise profusely for practical reasons. Saying sorry […]
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Are anxiety and stress on the verge of ruining your IVF hopes? Or are you considering IVF, and wondering how you can prepare in advance for the emotional and mental challenges ahead?  Anxiety and stress – key factors in why IVF cycles don’t take? Research is actually on the fence over whether emotional distress physically […]
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Despite strides by the government to improve mental health in the workplace? A recent survey by PwC found over a third of British employees now report stress, depression, and anxiety at work. Is it time you took your mental health at work seriously?    Mental health in the workplace – why does it matter? The […]
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Have you or your child been flagged for a learning assessment? And you are trying to research, but find yourself confused and overwhelmed between learning disability vs learning difficulty vs learning disorder? Let alone this talk of ‘SpLDs’? Diagnosis Gone Wrong? You are far from alone in your confusion. And no, it’s not in your […]
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