The Gentle Mind


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and hypnosis for heartbreak
The sensible definition of heartbreak goes something like this: “Heartbreak or a broken heart is a metaphor for the intense emotional stress or pain, one feels at experiencing great loss or deep longing”. That’s the practical logical description and it goes nowhere near describing the pain, sleeplessness, appetite-ending, not-stop-crying, the feeling of wanting to give […]
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Reduce stress in pregnancy with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and hypnosis
What is this about? In the last 20 years, understanding of babies' emotions in and out of the womb has increased - the sadness, anger and happiness. There is now more knowledge on how a foetus behaves. Maternal stress is a big part of this. Antenatal stress and the effects on the foetus and child […]
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Workplace stress, anxiety and depression: How you can help your team
Your team are your greatest business asset. It’s natural that you want to ensure their working environment is as stress-free as possible, and help combat feelings of stress in the workplace when they occur. The Centre for Mental Health found that Mental health problems at work cost the UK economy £34.9bn last year, with a […]
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Purge pandemic stress: How COVID-19 has created a mental health epidemic
Figures from the government and studies from mental health charities have revealed mental health has sharply declined since March 2020.
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Lincolnshire men, we need to talk - it won’t kill you, it could save you
Lincolnshire men have a suicide rate above the national average. This post encourages men to talk, with the use of Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy.
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