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A helpful article by Mind helps to explain mental health problems in general and over the coming months our blog articles will take a look at some common mental health issues in more detail.
Climate or Eco-anxiety is described by the American Psychological Association as ‘a chronic fear of environmental doom’ and it’s something that seems to be on the rise.
There are many reasons for children and young people to be feeling uncertain and anxious at the moment. The routine of school has been disrupted…
Possibly one of our most requested services, certainly an area of growing demand, is couples counselling. Contact Rainbow Counselling Services, Sheffield
A service which Rainbow is now pleased to offer other counsellors is counselling supervision. This service is provided at Rainbow for other counsellors or counselling students by Evelyn and Helen.
We are often asked at Rainbow if we can help children or young people and so this week we wanted to highlight this service in particular.
This week we are looking at remote counselling, which might take place over the phone or via a platform such as Zoom or Skype…
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) in conjunction with 25 professional partners and supported by a host of professionals in the mental health field, has spearheaded a campaign for urgent mental health care…
One of our counsellors, Helen, has been involved in this great initiative to support frontline NHS workers during the Covid-19 pandemic by offering free counselling online.
Whether you have been loving or loathing lockdown one thing’s for certain – for many people it has raised anxiety about many things: money, job security and health to name a few.
There are many added reasons why these times we have been living in are so difficult – increased isolation, ill health, money worries and uncertainty over when it is all going to end to name a few. Whilst for some these may be minor issues, for others they might be catastrophic, life-altering and/or contribute to increased thoughts of suicide.
Disturbing figures show that whilst other crimes, such as knife crime and burglary, have gone down over the last weeks of lockdown domestic violence has increased.