Therapy in London has been fortunate enough to feature in many press publications.
Along with updating our regular blog and Youtube channel, we’ve been able to take that further by offering insights to the press and spreading the word on how important it is to openly discuss mental health.
Lockdown was taxing for many of us, so The Guardian offered insight from mental health professionals on what anyone can do to nurture their mental health whilst in self-isolation.
As the third and final season of After Life enjoys number one ratings on Netflix, the tale of widower Tony Johnson and his ongoing battle to deal with the death of his wife Lisa continues to tackle some of the more difficult issues associated with the passing of a loved one.
Having to go through a second lockdown was a tough pill to swallow. The Metro offered insight – with mental health professionals – on resisting the urge to buy in bulk.
Believe it or not, the weather can have a strong effect on your general mood. It’s important however to learn the differences between depression and SAD.
We have also worked closely with Counselling Directory for many years…
Over the past few years, Philip has been working with the Counselling Directory press team on a wide range of media opportunities. Philip is always happy to help and is extremely knowledgeable in many areas of therapy. Alongside this he is a very reliable and friendly person to work with.
The journalists we work with are always really appreciative of Philip’s helpful contribution to their articles. He always provides practical, genuine and actionable advice that is extremely valuable to readers.
I would highly recommend working with Philip as he is truly dedicated to helping others through his own experience and expertise.Testimonial from counselling directory
Philip is always happy to contribute to and talk to the press, publications, studies, and aspiring practitioners.
Therapy in London is here to keep us talking. Get in touch at Philip@therapyin.London or 07786440737