There's plenty of information available about on social media, in the press and even in every day conversation, nowadays. Despite all of the information available, is it clear what trauma really is? Dr Victor Thompson, experienced psychologist provides an expert look.
Emotional and behavioural effects of stroke can have a significant impact on everyday life. We spoke with Dr Daniel Ghossain to discuss the different types of strokes, why they occur, whether its effects are permanent and what can be done to manage them.
Personality refers to the patterns of how we think, feel and behave. But what if these cause us distress? Dr Daniela Rossi talks you through personality disorder.
The thought of having a major surgical procedure may naturally leave you feeling a bit worried about possible postoperative pain, which could last for weeks or even months in some cases. We spoke to one of our top psychologists Dr Sarah Barker about how she can help patients mentally prepare pre and postsurgery.
As the parent of a child who has ADHD, homeschooling during the coronavirus pandemic may be a struggle for both of you. Thankfully, one of our expert neuropsychologists who specialises in child ADHD, Dr Debora Elijah, shares her top tips on how to keep your child focused on their schoolwork.
Getting enough sleep optimises your metabolism and makes you maximally prepared in case you get sick. However, it prevents not only physical but psychological problems too, which increased during the pandemic COVID-19. If you find that you can't sleep and are stuck in an insomnia cycle, Dr Catherine Sykes explains in this article what you can do to break it and get your life back on track.
Having a fear of needles is a widespread phobia! If the idea of having the latest coronavirus vaccine is making you feel dizzy just by the mere thought, you might want to read this article for some top tips on how to cope with needle phobia. Thankfully, leading health psychologist Dr Sue Peacock is here to help!
Times are certainly hard for everyone during the COVID-19 pandemic and some people might find that thanks to lockdown, social distancing and working from home, that their relationships with family, friends and colleagues are feeling strained. We asked one of our expert psychologists Dr Nicky Kimber-Rogal for advice on how to manage relationships during the latest lockdown.
“Everybody has ADHD symptoms. If we search for these symptoms in people, then everybody has ADHD". While this statement is somewhat true, ADHD symptoms are more complex than many realise and when the condition is correctly defined, it is more than real. Yet critics remain unconvinced. Dr Valentino A. Pironti, a leading psychologist in London and Cambridge, aims to resolve this common misconception.