One of my specialisms is helping clients who have anxiety. Anxiety, phobias, panic attacks and depression often work hand in glove. These are sometimes set off by a current life event or can be more long term with no obvious reason for their onset. When anxiety starts to affect life negatively and goes beyond the ordinary … Read More
This post on tips for effective studying is for students, old and young. Hope is at hand! Here is a link to some excellent tips on how to study less by studying effectively – and retaining more information as a consequence. Some who have used these tips report a noticeable increase in grades and more enjoyment of both their studying … Read More
It’s exam time again for many of my clients – students both young and old are applying techniques for learning. They may find this additional information on how to learn, useful. http://bigthink.com/neurobonkers/assessing-the-evidence-for-the-one-thing-you-never-get-taught-in-school-how-to-learn Good luck with exams and happy summer holidays to follow.
For some time I have been following various research studies on student counselling at universities. This latest one comes from a study done by the National Union of Students (NUS). It interests me because, despite being a limited study, the points it raises are fairly typical of student counselling services and the comments from readers are also … Read More