Articles in Mental Health and Wellbeing Knowledge Hub

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by Dr Sarah Mundy on February 19, 2021
Separation Anxiety: How to Help and Support Your Child
by Dr Sarah Mundy on February 19, 2021
It may feel like an unusual time to post about separation anxiety. In fact, for those of you who have been with your children 24/7 for more time than you care to remember you may be thinking more about separation excitement! ... Read full article
by HealthHubble on February 18, 2021
Doctor’s Simple Sleep Hack Goes Viral on TikTok
by HealthHubble on February 18, 2021
Dr Jess Andrade has become a TikTok sensation since posting a video suggesting that wearing socks to bed can help improve sleep. Under the handle ‘DoctorJessss’, her video has now been viewed more than 19.6 million times.... Read full article
by Alan Archibald on February 18, 2021
What is Psychodynamic Psychotherapy?
by Alan Archibald on February 18, 2021
In this piece I thought I would write a little about psychodynamic psychotherapy to try and unpick the myths, legends and facts that surround this therapy. ... Read full article
by HealthHubble on February 09, 2021
Survey of Small Business Owners Unveils Concerns as 80% Report Poor Mental Health
by HealthHubble on February 09, 2021
The state of the UK’s small business owners’ mental health has been brought into the spotlight after a recent survey showed that around 80% of small business owners have experienced poor mental health. ... Read full article
by HealthHubble on January 28, 2021
Support During Covid: No Matter Your Situation; You Are Not Alone
by HealthHubble on January 28, 2021
Lockdown 3.0 is proving to be a struggle for everyone and undoubtedly the effects felt are unique and very personal.  ... Read full article
by Dr Natalie Ashburner on January 28, 2021
What Effect Does Social Media Have on Our Mental Health?
by Dr Natalie Ashburner on January 28, 2021
From my first Bebo account to Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Tiktok; as a millennial, social media has been a major part of my life. ... Read full article
by HealthHubble on January 26, 2021
Could 'Virtual Nature Experiences' Bring Benefits to Our Health and Wellbeing?
by HealthHubble on January 26, 2021
We are all aware of the positive effects on our health and wellbeing from time being spent in nature. Whether that is time in your garden to a stroll in the countryside; the multiple benefits include reduction in stress, blood pressure... Read full article
by Krysten Taprell on January 26, 2021
Parental Burnout: Understanding the Top Five Warning Signs
by Krysten Taprell on January 26, 2021
Looking back at 2020 I don’t believe anyone could have predicted just how challenging the year would be and how it would take all of our collective resilience and flexibility to try and navigate it as best we can. ... Read full article
by HealthHubble on January 18, 2021
'Brew Monday'; Changing Our View of Blue Monday, One Cup At A Time
by HealthHubble on January 18, 2021
Considered to be the most depressing day of the year for many, there are calls this year to convert this year’s Blue Monday to ‘Brew Monday’; an opportunity to pop the kettle on, and make time to speak with a loved one. ... Read full article
by HealthHubble on January 14, 2021
Warnings Of 'Burnout' Among Healthcare Professionals As Covid-19 Demand Continues
by HealthHubble on January 14, 2021
Rising concerns surrounding the health and wellbeing of medical staff were raised in Tuesday’s Health and Social Care Select Committee this week, as increasing numbers of healthcare professionals experience ‘burnout’ during the pandemic.... Read full article
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