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5 warning signs of OCD

OCD is all too often trivialised, misdiagnosed and woefully misunderstood. OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) is a serious mental health condition that changes a person's way of thinking, their feelings, their behaviours or all three. This causes the person  distress...

NEW Hope Candle range

I am very excited to announce the launch of our Hope candle range... Each candle is handmade by us with love and hope. Each scent is chosen carefully for its individual benefits on mental well being, perfect for a relaxed evening in, or as a gift for a loved one. We...

Myths and Truths surrounding OCD

In this blog I would like to cover a summary of the familiar ‘facts’ which are often quoted in relation to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. They are myths which can prevent carers from getting to grips with and really being able to understand the illness. Myth: Everyone...

Qualified PsyTap Practitioner

Hello everyone, happy Friday! I have just come back from a wonderful few days at the beautiful Rushton Hall in Kettering, training with the incredible Kevin Laye in his new form of techniques called PsyTap. Not only did I meet some wonderful people on this 2 day...

Publication of ‘Hope with OCD’

Hello and welcome to my blog, the 31st May 2018 saw the release of my new book 'Hope with OCD'. The book is aimed at carers of OCD sufferers to provide a non biased guide to the different therapies available, as well as giving an insight into the many guises of OCD...

Coping with exam stress

It is that time of the year again….exam stresses affect most students at some point in their education. It can cause irritability, sleepless nights, forgetfulness, and lack of concentration. To help you through this difficult and stressful time, I have written a few...

A message of HOPE to end Eating Disorder Awareness Week

As we are coming to the end of eating disorder awareness week 2018, I wanted to share a very important message of hope. Through the many years of being surrounded by eating disorders both professionally and personally, I have found that people are often afraid of...

Children’s Mental Health – Early Intervention

This week was Children’s Mental Health Week 2018, this, I think is something that can often be forgotten when we discuss mental health. When we talk about this subject our minds often think about young adults and teenagers, we sometimes forget that young children can...

Supporting the Mental Health Media Charter

I am very proud to be supporting the Mental Health Media Charter. This movement supports something I am passionate about and I truly believe it is the next step forward in reducing the stigma attached to mental illness. "In endorsing the Mental Health Media Charter...