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CBT Tips for Overcoming Night Time Anxiety (Advice from a CBT THerapist)

CBT Tips for Overcoming Night Time Anxiety (Advice from a CBT THerapist)

To frequently have trouble sleeping can be a frustrating and debilitating experience. Many of those who are suffering with anxiety at night and insomnia are being advised to seek Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) which is an evidence based way off addressing these cycles. Here Lisa Johnston, a CBT therapist and anxiety disorders expert shares a few strategies you can try to help improve the quality of your sleep and start to reduce night time anxiety.

My Therapist Online's 6 top tips for managing the way we use our phones to reduce negative impact on our wellbeing (Professional advice).

My Therapist Online's 6 top tips for managing the way we use our phones to reduce negative impact on our wellbeing (Professional advice).

Phones have without a doubt changed how we live our lives. Many of the tools and applications on them make our lives easier and more convenient, however contrary to all the good they have brought, they have started to affect people’s attention span and alter how we engage in our day to day experiences.

Learn some top tips how to manage your phone better, to look after your mental wellbeing.

Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder, its symptoms and its treatment

Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder, its symptoms and its treatment

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) affects around 40% of the population every winter. For a person suffering with SAD it can be debilitating and make  the winter months seem never-ending. 

Here you can learn about SAD and how it can be treated. There are things that you can do to help yourself as well as professional support available to manage and indeed overcome it.

Therapy can be hard, but its worth it (case study).

Therapy can be hard, but its worth it (case study).

My Therapist Online speaks with Sarah, who describes her inspirational story towards recovery, moving through the bumpy road of bi-polar and why engaging in therapy was, and still is, worth it. 

Life doesn’t often get better by chance, it gets better by change.