Research: Almost a third of young people surveyed would choose online therapy

A study published in 2019 the Journal Internet Interventions found that 31% of responders would choose online therapy over face-to-face therapy. The academics from the School of Applied Psychology, Behavioural Basis of Health, and the Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith University, alongside an academic from the School of Psychology, Counselling and Community at the… Continue reading Research: Almost a third of young people surveyed would choose online therapy

Useful acronyms and abbreviations used in counselling and psychotherapy

There are a lot of abbreviations and acronyms used in the world of psychology and counselling. Sometimes, you may encounter these when looking at therapist profiles or when doing some research about psychotherapy. Abbreviations can be a problem. Not just because there are a lot of them but because the same abbreviation can have different… Continue reading Useful acronyms and abbreviations used in counselling and psychotherapy

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Breathing exercise for when you are feeling stressed

Finding a few minutes in your daily routine to do a calming breathing exercise can be incredibly beneficial. Especially if you are experiencing stress or anxiety. What follows is a very simple exercise that is designed to help you reconnect with your breath on a daily basis. Getting settled before you begin to breathe Find… Continue reading Breathing exercise for when you are feeling stressed