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Important information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Depression and anxiety have been reported by people of all generations throughout the epidemic, but millennials, those born between 1981 and 1996, have been the worst hit. The generation’s mental-health background (they grew up during the Great Recession of 2007) places them in a vulnerable position at this time. As a result, millennials are more likely to have long-term mental health concerns as a result of confinement and social isolation. ...Read more

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According to the Guardian newspaper research consistently points to the enormous difficulty and long waiting times for accessing talking therapy services through the NHS. And the Times reports that a number of patients with mental health problems are waiting more than three months for talking therapies such as counselling....Read more

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Why we need friends and therapists

…and the screw turns again. It was novel, scary, and – even though it shouldn’t have been – somehow a little exciting back in March. Because, unless you were a time traveller and remembered the Spanish “flu”, 1st Lockdown 2020 was out of everybody’s experience....Read more

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Dealing with self-isolation at Christmas and its mental health implications

The equivalent of the entire population of Edinburgh, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff, Belfast, Liverpool, and Leicester will be spending Christmas on their own this year. Twice as many as usual. 30% of these souls are over the age of 65, which is particularly serious as the company of others is the principal strut keeping many older adults active....Read more

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Dealing with the pressure of presents at Christmas and its mental health implications

“Come in, — come in! and know me better, man! I am the Ghost of Christmas Present. Look upon me. You have never seen the like of me before.” (Charles Dickens)...Read more

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Dealing with the pressure of covid 19 vaccination and its mental health implications

We’re saved! The Pfizer Covid jab begins its roll out next week. The Health Secretary is rumoured to have smiled, and most of us can now drink a sociable glass of the good stuff, so long as we dip a Scotch egg into it at the same time. Life stirs....Read more

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Dealing with the covid 19 isolation and its mental health implications

Dr. Craig Knight, a Chartered and Registered Psychologist and Research Fellow at the University of Exeter is sharing his advice on how to cope with self-isolation during the pandemic. ...Read more

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