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Discovering inspiration

In Guest Blog by Elena Langtry

I often talk about the therapeutic benefit of bibliotherapy, supported by much recent research. However frequently when I am struggling or purely worn out from life, reading a novel feels …

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Writing my anxiety away

In Guest Blog by Elena Langtry

Anxiety wasn’t something I had been too familiar with. Other than flickers of nerves here and there, I had never thought about anxiety much, at all. That was up until …

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The Mind and Body studio

In Guest Blog by Elena Langtry

During my teenage years I struggled with disordered eating, over-exercising and depression, which I still work to keep on top of now. It was a long battle for me, and …

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Talking is the answer

In Guest Blog by Elena Langtry

Can you imagine getting to a place in your life where you are standing on the side of a London bridge contemplating jumping in the River Thames. Just think about …

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Unconditional self-acceptance

In Guest Blog by Elena Langtry

In my experience as a university lecturer, pastoral tutor and counsellor, the single biggest cause of distress amongst young people in Higher Education has been a huge increase in the …

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Coping with an anxious teenager

In Guest Blog by Elena Langtry

Naella and I met 12 years ago whilst studying psychology and the role of emotions on a 3 years Counseling Diploma.  We also spent time reflecting on our teen/pre-teen children …