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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……

Taking control of your PhD

Taking control of your PhD

by Bill Sheate

Building good mental health while doing a PhD

Studying for a PhD can be demanding, challenging, sometimes exhilarating and sometimes deeply stressful.  Starting out on a PhD is like no other academic study you will have done before.  On the one hand you seem to have a long time ahead of you to get things done, and on the other milestones, deadlines and sometimes competing demands create pressures that you never faced as an undergraduate, on a Masters programme or even in an outside working environment……..