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29th March 2020

FEAR. A reality check

It’s everywhere, the fear. Much worse than any virus could ever really be.  The fear has taken over many, and I feel compelled to talk directly […]
20th March 2020

Mental Wellbeing During Corona Virus School Closures

In these here uncertain times, I want to offer you some tools and resources to help maintain your mental wellbeing. I AM GOING TO DONATE A […]
14th February 2020

Bringing the heart into anger

I want to take a little time today to talk about anger. Not just in boys, although, I do feel and witness boy’s emotional needs still […]
9th September 2019

UPDATE – SOLD OUT! MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING FOR TEACHERS

Thank you to everyone for liking and sharing and for the coverage we received from our local paper, The Rutherglen Reformer, and also the Daily Record. […]
26th August 2019

FREE – Mental Health Training for Teachers – Bridging the Gap Project

We are delighted to be able to share with you the work we are doing across Secondary schools in Scotland to improve mental health and wellbeing. […]
4th March 2019

The impacts of stress in the workplace..

With 1 in 4 people being affected by mental health issues, it’s no real surprise, that you will probably work with someone who is experiencing a […]
30th October 2018

Anxiety Management Techniques – Part 1

Anxiety Management Techniques is the focus of this post. One things I am a bit guilty of is in neglecting this website…I seem to create and […]
8th October 2018

Childhood & Teenage Anxiety – Part 2

I decided to put this information out into the universe, to hopefully help some parents and children who might be struggling with anxiety. It’s a bit […]
19th September 2018

Childhood & Teenage Anxiety

Childhood & Teenage Anxiety I’ve just recently finished a webinar on childhood & teenage anxiety, and I am absolutely overwhelmed by the response we have had […]
11th September 2018

The impacts of growing up in a home where parents or caregivers were alcohol dependant

Do you ever wonder why you display particular behaviours or feel a certain way?  Were you raised in an alcoholic home? If so, please read on. […]
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