Why am I lonely?

Why am I lonely?

Research has suggested that humans are neurologically wired to connect, and as a species we have relied on our tribe to survive and thrive. We have an innate need to belong, and if this need is not met it can cause us to feel lonely and impact negatively on our mental...
Monitoring your mood

Monitoring your mood

Often one of the first things psychologists will get their clients to do is to monitor their mood. Tracking your mood becomes an important resource in the therapy process as it provides information to be able to: identify any patterns recognise possible triggers or...
What is Social Anxiety?

What is Social Anxiety?

Often people from time to time might get nervous/anxious in front of crowds, meeting new people, or presenting in front of people. However, for some people this anxiety can be so intense that it disrupts their daily life, stops them from doing things they enjoy, and...