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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Could 'Help Regulate Emotions In Autistic Children'

In the past, many people who are on the autistic spectrum have been encouraged to seek out cognitive behaviour therapy in Manchester and beyond as a way to cope with anxiety connected to the condition. In fat, the National Autistic Society promotes cognitive behavioural therapy in this setting, However, a new study published in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry this week has added another realm in which CBT treatments may be of huge benefit to the autistic community. The research, from York University's Faculty of Health, has found that with small children, CBT can not...

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Couples ‘Should Seek Counselling Earlier’

Couples who go for counselling after one of them has been unfaithful have left things too late, one expert has claimed. Speaking to the Daily Mail, sexologist Dr Nikki Goldstein explained that by the time someone has had an affair, it is often too late to save a marriage, but added that counselling can be very beneficial. “Never feel ashamed for asking for help. This day and age relationships are a lot harder to have and we’re not all taught to know how to be in one,” she asserted. Dr Goldstein said that, ideally, you’d go for couples counselling in Manchester...

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How Workplaces Can Support People Returning To Work

Cognitive behavioural therapy in Manchester could be what you need in order to be able to get back to work as quickly as possible. If you have been off work due to mental health problems then you need to make sure that when you do return to work it happens in a way that is best for you. Companies can take a number of steps to ensure that people who have been off work due to mental health issues should be able to return to work with adequate support. Despite increased awareness of mental health conditions and the impact they may have on work, there are still a number of ways in which...

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‘Sub-Cultures’ At Greater Risk Of Mental Health Issues

Keeping up with and challenging the latest research into mental health is what keeps our Manchester counselling service the best at what we do, so we read this new research from the University of Manchester with great interest. The results of the study suggest that members of alternative sub-cultures, including those that identify as ‘goth’, ‘emo’ or ‘metal’ are at greater risk of mental health issues which could culminate in self harm, according to Planet Radio. Dr Peter Taylor, who is a clinical psychologist at the university, said that it has long...

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Bereavement Counselling Improves Wellbeing, Study Finds

A study of 300 people conducted by Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland has found that having bereavement counselling can help people cope with grief and improve their overall wellbeing. STV News reported on the findings, which were gathered over the course of five years. The study has been able to show that those who receive counselling are better off than those who choose not to access help and rely instead on the passing of time to ease their grief. Chairwoman of the charity Christine McLintock commented: “This is breakthrough research because unresolved bereavement issues can have...

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