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Identifying and helping with eco-anxiety

Identifying and helping with eco-anxiety

by Bill Sheate, 25 June 2019

Recent blog post for UK College of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy

Following on from my previous blog post Eco-anxiety and the state of the planet I’ve recently written a further post on eco-anxiety for the UK College of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy. Click on the link to read further.

“Little did I expect, when I trained as a cognitive behavioural hypnotherapist, that my background in ecology and environmental policy would cross over so directly into my therapy practice. But the rising tide of ‘eco-anxiety’ means I am seeing an increasing presentation of this form of anxiety in my clinic……”

Mutual Support for Therapists

Mutual Support for Therapists

by Bill Sheate

Blog post written for the UK College of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy

I’ve recently written a blog post for the UK College of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy (UKCHH) website on the benefits for therapists in attending a peer support group - Mutual Support for Therapists. As we come to the end of Mental Health Awareness week, it is important to recognise the value of those who provide support to others also being supported, practically and emotionally. Ongoing peer support and supervision also ensures……

Social anxiety in class?

Social anxiety in class?

by Bill Sheate

Ask a question - you know you want to!

Does even the idea of asking a question in class make you break out in a sweat? For some, anxiety over asking questions in class, even in small groups, let alone making a presentation in front of all your peers, triggers such a strong avoidance strategy that they can go through their entire time at university without ever asking a question, even though they often have questions they would dearly like answered…….

Self-awareness or awareness of 'self'?

Self-awareness or awareness of 'self'?

by Bill Sheate

What do we mean by self-awareness?

Increasingly educational psychology recognises the importance of students developing self-awareness competency - the ability to reflect on one’s own role in society, to be able to evaluate one’s actions and to deal with one’s emotions and desires.

Typically, this involves five key aspects: ……..