Free mindfulness resources

Mindfulness is the intentional practice of bringing your attention to the present moment and accepting it for what it is, without judgement or the desire for it to be somehow different. The origins of mindfulness, as most of us understand it today, come from Buddhist traditions and meditation techniques. Yet since the 1970s mindfulness has… Continue reading Free mindfulness resources

Online Therapy UK – availability, resources, links

Online therapy in the UK (such as online counselling, online psychotherapy and online CBT) has grown in popularity following the increased difficulty of accessing face-to-face services during the COVID pandemic. As a therapist providing online therapy to clients in the UK (and beyond), I thought it would be helpful to pull together some resources about… Continue reading Online Therapy UK – availability, resources, links

Finding it difficult to get over your ex? Maybe Artificial Intelligence (AI) is to blame

In a research paper titled “Am I Never Going to Be Free of All This Crap?”: Upsetting Encounters with Algorithmically Curated Content About Ex-Partners, researchers have found one fairly modern problem that might prevent a broken heart from healing: your social media profiles. And more specifically, the AI and algorithms that decide what you see… Continue reading Finding it difficult to get over your ex? Maybe Artificial Intelligence (AI) is to blame

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Mindful toothbrushing: a quick way to add mindfulness to your daily routine

If you are struggling to find time to practice mindfulness, you aren’t alone. Many people feel that their day is simply too busy and pressured to add yet another thing to the to-do list. There are simple ways that we can all engage in day-to-day activities with a greater sense of awareness. Take brushing your… Continue reading Mindful toothbrushing: a quick way to add mindfulness to your daily routine