Recent writing: Redundancy, stress, and acne

Acne and stress

This month I wrote for The Debrief about the reality of being made redundant in your 20s – from the stress of losing your job, to the unexpected opportunities that make redundancy a blessing in disguise. Many thanks to all the women who spoke to me about their experiences, and to success and accountability coach […]

Client profile: Less-Stress London

For the third in my series of posts about my small business clients, I’m profiling Less-Stress London, a digital wellbeing hub for the capital, founded and edited by James Langton. James first approached me in 2015, after reading my article for Vice on the declining effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). It took a while […]

Stress-busting hacks for small business owners

Stress and burnout were a pretty heavily recurring theme of much of my work last month. As a mental health journalist, it was a pretty good warm-up, because¬†April is National Stress Awareness Month! It’s also the end of the tax year – or, as I like to call it, Freelance New Year – and, as […]

Summer mental health resources

Mental health resources to help manage your wellbeing throughout the summer holidays – part of my ongoing content marketing work for RSCPP: Managing stress throughout the school holidays Originally published at RSCPP: School’s out and the summer holidays are here! If you’re a parent, this can be a mixed blessing – while it’s a wonderful […]

Christmas mental health resources

7 ways therapy can help you have a mentally healthy Christmas Originally published at RSCPP.co.uk According to Andy Williams’ 1963 pop classic, it’s the “most wonderful time of the year”. But we all know that, in reality, Christmas comes with more than its fair share of stresses and, if you’re affected by a mental health […]