Make worry history
I have created 4 Killer psychological applications that enable anyone to cut worry down to size. Typically my clients say it cuts worry by over 77%. If you struggle with worry then you will recognize that this is a BIG thing.
I have turned these tools into video… read more
Just because you don’t know where you are, don’t go off the deep end!
Sometimes you have to take the plunge!
But how do you decide?
The only reliable way of making a decision that tells you what to do is by listening to who you… read more
How to overcome fear and the problems it causes.
Do you want to learn how to overcome fear? First let’s, focus on what fear is and how it comes to dominate your life. Fear is one of the most powerful emotions available to you…. read more
Global coming out mental illness day
There is little that eats away at the soul as much as a secret that must be kept because of fear. This event is designed to help overcome the stigma associated with most psychological difficulties. The idea is that we all gather up our… read more
How often do you choose what happens to you?
Many of the psychological problems we’re all familiar with fall into that pot called ‘lack of choice.’ No one chooses depression, anxiety or even panic. Fair enough! But if you have one of these problems do you choose to lose it?… read more
Robin Williams is a victim of depression
Depression is everywhere and Robin Williams is the latest high profile victim of this terrible disorder.
Sadly, while on a train from Montreal to Kingston Ontario (Canada), I learnt of Robin Williams’ suicide. His assistant said he had been battling severe depression, on top… read more
Micro-decisions made through panic
You may not decide to have panic in your life but you can decide to get rid of it.
Do you think you own your decision making processes?
How many decisions do you make every day?
The answer is mind boggling really. We make in excess of… read more
I disagree with Professor David Clark on one profound point.
This morning, on The Today Program on Radio 4, I heard Professor David Clark of Oxford University talk about the benefits of Cognitive behaviour Therapy (CBT) for depression and anxiety. He said that only about 13% of people with depression… read more
Boost your self esteem by developing self compassion
So you made a mistake, you forgot something important, jumped a light and got a fender bender, lost an important phone number, or email, forgot where you parked your car or bought something that turned out to be a dud. If… read more