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Should you Google your therapist?

15 February 2017    Kate Dunn
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This is a question that many people wouldn’t think twice about in 2017. We search for information about other professionals in this way, so why not therapists? Read More

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Can we really tackle mental health issues with apps?

19 January 2017    Kate Dunn
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Geoff Simons posed this question recently to a LinkedIn group for UK Therapists in Private Practice, in response to the following article: ‘Could Digital Health Save the Mental Health Epidemic?’, published in the Huffington Post. Read More

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What is telemedicine?

05 January 2017    Cathrine Svendsen
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Telemedicine can encompass remote clinics, mobile health and device streaming, but what is it exactly and what does it mean for the future of healthcare? VSee, who has designed and implemented telemedicine solutions for NASA among others, have written a comprehensive guide to telemedicine that you can read here. Read More

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Starting university – watch the webinar on how to reduce the stress and anxiety

30 September 2016    Kate Dunn
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This Human Givens webinar provides valuable advice and supportive information for parents whose sons and daughters may either be planning to go to university in the future, or may have already recently started their new courses.Read More

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The missing link - face to face therapy meets online therapy

16 September 2016    Rebekkah Laeuchli - Guest Blog
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This new technology will change the nature of online therapy. Online therapy offers accessible sessions that clients can attend from any location, at whatever time. This has opened the doors of the consulting room to many people who previously couldn′t or wouldn′t have made it there.Read More

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Tasha: a free resource providing online counselling for mental health and addiction issues

25 July 2016    Carole Francis-Smith
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The TASHA foundation grew from an organisation that set up small self-help groups for people suffering addictions in the 1990’s, to the organisation it is today. Its ethos has stayed the same – to help vulnerable people find help.Read More

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New Chair of UKCP announced

24 March 2016    
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We’re delighted to announce that the new Chair of the UK Council for Psychotherapy is Martin Pollecoff. Martin Pollecoff is known as a “big thinker”, as well as someone capable of implementing vision.Read More

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