Words by Clinical Psychologist Dr Anna Suraev It is a well-researched idea that getting a good night’s sleep has enormous benefits for your physical and […]
Let’s get physical! Exercise is an investment in your mental health
Exercise can be an amazing tool to improve and maintain mental wellness. Regular physical activity can boost mood, strengthen our concentration and alertness, and improve […]
Caring for a family member or loved one with mental illness
Word by one of our Clinical Psychologists Dr Elizabeth Knock It can be hard to know where to turn, who to talk to and what […]
Think your child might have an eating disorder?
Most people assume eating disorders exist only in teenagers, but eating disorders can develop across all age groups. While eating disorders are physically and psychologically […]
My loved one has an eating disorder, what can I do?
In the past we’ve written blogs on Orthorexia, Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorder, and the symptoms. What can you do if you think a friend […]
How to survive the Easter long weekend with an eating disorder
Easter is here. So much chocolate, so much food, and of course… family. Easter (and other family gatherings) is inherently stressful, but whether you […]