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Ask The Therapist

By Sarah D Rees

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Description

Ask The Therapist is a podcast for everybody who is curious about how our minds work, the world of Mental health and all things therapy. Ask The Therapist is hosted by Sarah Rees a Cognitive behavioural therapist, mental health nurse and author of The CBT Journal who has over 20 years experience of working in the field of mental health. If psychology is your thing and you are curious about how your mind works and about creating a resilient mindset this is the podcast for you. Maybe you are having therapy at the moment or just considering it? The show will be a blend of solo and guest episodes, which will aim to educate, simplify and entertain. So time to grab a cup of tea, a cosy blanket and listen to some friendly conversation with Ask the Therapist.

Customer Reviews

Ask the Therapist...fabulous

Fantastic podcast, a chance to learn tips from cognitive behavioural therapists on managing your mental health. Sarah is engaging, experienced and enthusiastic about all aspects of her work. Share with your friends!! :-)

Ask the Therapist, interview with Heather Howard-Thompson

A really great podcast to listen to. You can tell by listening to Sarah and Heather that they love their job and genuinely care about the people they treat. Mental health is such an important part of our well being. I had CBT and EMDR with Heather at Yorkshire Psychotherapy and she was brilliant. I was in such a mess at the start and after almost a year of therapy I was back to my normal self. Heather taught me how to take care of my mental health and deal with issues in a more constructive and “ mindful” way. It’s an ongoing process but so worth it. I am happier and more content now than I have ever been. My severe anxiety issues are not severe anymore. Like Heather and Sarah mentioned in the podcast, you learn to catch yourself when you start to ruminate or catastrophise. You bring yourself back to the present moment and stop the negative thoughts before they take hold.

Ask The Therapist
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  • Free
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Language: English

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