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Mindful tips for managing work and life during the pandemic

What a year this has been! We’re all trying to juggle the normal life struggles with the added pressures of working from home, financial pressures, isolation, home schooling and continuing uncertainty.

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Barnsley psychotherapist gives her top tips for surviving another lockdown

There are many simple changes we can make to help us improve our mental health during this lockdown. Heather gives out some essential advice for those struggling at the prospect of another lockdown.

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Loss trauma and PTSD...

My first pregnancy almost 18 years ago was such an exciting, wonderful experience – a ‘textbook’ pregnancy. I was fit and well throughout. At 36 weeks I started with stomach pain, which I assumed was due to a curry I’d eaten. This was, however, followed by heavy bleeding. Shock, fear and panic followed, and I rushed to the hospital.

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The CBT Journal

Do you look around your life and see things that should make you feel happy and content yet find yourself feeling sad and discontent?
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Is your mind always in overdrive? Do you feel anxious and out of control? Are you constantly trying to fix things but getting nowhere?

Does everyone around you look like they have it together? Do you wonder how they do it?

If this story resonates ‘The CBT Journal’ has been created for you.

Investing just 20 minutes a day in the journal will significantly impact your life, making you feel more content, fulfilled and happy, both in yourself and for everyone around you.

The CBT Journal combines two of the most effective psychological tools we have, so you can take control, improve your mindset and start your recovery journey today.

Written by Sarah D Rees, Accredited CBT Psychotherapist, based in Wilmslow, Manchester.

Ask the Therapist

Sarah D Rees Podcast ‘Ask the Therapist’, Heather Howard-Thompson discusses her journey into becoming a therapist, the tips and strategies she recommends for her clients and the strategies that work best for her in terms of maintaining good emotional wellbeing.

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