Having trouble with your little one's social and behavioural skills? We've talked to one of our top neuropsychiatrists Dr Debora Elijah about her unique intervention program that helps children who are in need of developing these important skills.
Dental anxiety is one of the greatest difficulties facing dentists. Some patients are so anxious about receiving dental treatment that they delay or cancel appointments, resulting in poor oral healthcare and increased dental problems. London psychologist, Sarah Barker, explains why some people fear the dentist chair so much and what she would recommend to her patients to overcome this fear.
We spoke with top London psychologist Dr Nikki Scheiner who is the founder and clinic director of The Functional Symptoms Recovery Clinic on Harley Street, to find out what causes low self-esteem, what causes it and why it can be so detrimental.
Young children communicate their thoughts and feelings in many ways, including facial expressions, body language, playing and using words. Dr Debora Elijah, a cognitive neuropsychologist in London, explains to us how we, as parents, can support social development in our children and gives us an overview of the programmes on offer at her private practice, The Elijah Centre.
Deciding to begin any form of therapy can be daunting and confusing, especially if you're not sure which therapy is right for you. One thing is for certain though, the type of psychological treatment you decide on should always feel comfortable to you. Dr Gabriela van den Hoven, a clinical psychologist in London, explains exactly what psychotherapy offers, what the main goals of this treatment are and offers her advice to anyone considering it.
We all experience situations where we need to practice emotional control. It may be difficult to keep emotions in check when our buttons are really being pushed. We've asked one of our top neuropsychologists Dr Debora Elijah if it really is possible for both adults and children to have self-regulation and if so, how?
Anxiety is a very common emotion. Whether it becomes a problem depends on how often and how strongly we feel it on a day to day basis. Dr Edward Bloomfield helps us to better understand anxiety, how it can manifest as physical symptoms and how it can be related to our genetic make-up.
Noticed that your little one acts extremely nervous around other children, or are shy and awkward with their peers? It could be a case of social anxiety disorder. Top neuropsychologist Dr Debora Elijah explains how to recognise the symptoms of the condition.
Bulimia nervosa (bulimia, for short) was first identified as a problem in the early 80’s. It has attracted a variety of different definitions. Dr Catherine Sykes talks about the five key features of bulimia that are commonly used for diagnosis.
Men and women can suffer from bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder at any age. Binge eating is a defining characteristic of both bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. Clinical Psychologist, Dr Isobel Horn is here to tell us how we can interrupt the repetitive cycle of craving food and binge eating.