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How and Why Men and Women Deal With Relationship Problems Differently.

How and Why Men and Women Deal With Relationship Problems Differently.

Men and women are so inherently different, but that isn’t something that should immediately cause concern, it’s just who we are and how we view the world around us. So today we’re going to look at how and why men and women deal with relationship problems differently. However, even knowing that we’re different still doesn’t […]

How to deal with a panic attack.

How to deal with a panic attack.

For the uninitiated, a panic attack striking out of the blue can be akin to having a heart attack. The symptoms are very similar, very real and very scary. Out of nowhere you suddenly have intense, overwhelming anxiety, accompanied by physical symptoms. Whilst not life threatening, these can leave you feeling very shaken and frightened, […]

Why resilience is the key to a happy life

Why resilience is the key to a happy life.

Resilience, are we born with it or is it a learned quality? Does that question even matter? No. Why is resilience the key to a happy life? What matters is the choices you make when you come face to face with adversity. Yes, having resilience by the bucket loads can help you ride the storm, […]

How to prevent anxiety from infiltrating your relationship.

If you suffer from anxiety, you’re probably aware of how it can work its way into every aspect of your life, and if you’re in a relationship, you’re probably anxious that it may infiltrate said relationship. So – How do you prevent anxiety from infiltrating your relationship? Maybe anxiety has already clawed its way in, […]

What is the difference between anxiety and depression

What’s the difference between anxiety and depression?

A recent report says that almost 80 million prescriptions for antidepressant drugs were given out in England in 2018, almost double the number of prescriptions dispensed in 2008. So, What’s the difference between anxiety and depression? One of the reasons cited by NHS England for this rise is the common misconception that there is a […]

Understanding panic attack triggers and how to counter them.

Understanding panic attack triggers and how to counter them.

Panic attacks seem to blind-side you out of nowhere, but most of the time there is a trigger. So understanding panic attack triggers and how to counter them is important. If you can understand what triggers your panic attacks, you can learn to anticipate them, and work towards countering them. But first things first. The […]

Why low self-esteem can be changed

If you suffer from low self-esteem know this – how you see and value yourself can be changed. What you believe about yourself can sometimes feel as if it’s carved in stone, that you’re you, and you won’t ever change, that your dislike of yourself is a part of who you are, but that’s just […]

Why worrying is ineffective worry anxiety

Why worrying is ineffective

As Baz Luhrmann said in his song about Sunscreen: worrying is as effective as trying to solve an algebra equation by chewing bubble gum. But we are all guilty of doing it – it is human nature to worry. The worst part of worrying is that the majority of the time what we are worrying […]

Are you an over-thinker? Are you overthinking this?

Are you an over-thinker? Are you overthinking this?

The problem is more often than not perceived negatively however, it can be a positive thing. But not when it leads to anxiety of course, that’s terrible. So, Are you an over-thinker? Are you overthinking this? When it’s actually analysing, overthinking can mean you’re prepared for whatever the world has to throw at you because […]

How Do You Know If You Have Generalised Anxiety Disorder

How Do You Know If You Have Generalised Anxiety Disorder?

So, how do you know if you have Generalised Anxiety Disorder? – Do you wake up most mornings with your stomach in knots and before you’ve even rolled out of bed you’ve got the feeling that something terrible’s about to happen? If that sounds like you, you could be among the 3 million people in […]

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It’s great to have a leading psychotherapist such as Wendy in the Cheshire area, outside of her Harley Street practice. After publicly raising awareness of mental health issues and myself recovering from depression, I know how immensely life-changing expert intervention can be.

Jason Jarrett

Retired ex-professional football who played for Bury, Wigan, Stoke, Preston, Norwich, Leicester and Brighton during a 14 year career. After leaving professional football, Jason battled depression and recovered with the help of therapy and family support.

Wendy is great at what she does; she made me feel at ease immediately and really helped me work through some issues.

Tara Costello

It’s funny but from the minute I met her I felt so relaxed and she was so easy to talk to. Thank you!

Stevie Brown

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Gabriel Wilson

I want to thank you Wendy from the bottom of my heart for guiding me through what must have been the most difficult time of my life.

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I was told she was the best and they were right.

Noelle Dray

Although I consider myself a confident person, I was really nervous when I met Wendy for the first time. I had only emailed her before so it was really nerve wracking walking up the stairs to her office. I can honestly say it’s one of the best things I have ever done. Wendy is really normal, no in fact she isn’t normal as she is unfailingly bright and smiley even when she has to listen to me moan on about how awful my life was. It feels like having a chat with somebody who just gets you and you can trust with things you have never trusted anybody else with before. The magic bit comes when things you have talked about just pop up into your head and you start to do things differently. Wendy once joked about not having a magic wand, but I think she has.

Paul Hendry

I came to Wendy with a set of problems I have never been able to fully explain to anyone, which included grief, many family issues and alcohol problems. Wendy truly has an active listening style and absorbs everything you are saying, whilst not making you feel analysed, it is an incredible skill. She astounded me at how she got to the crux of the issues so fast. So much so that we both agreed I only needed one session with her, obviously this may not be the case with everyone but I would confidently recommend her to anyone, regardless of your problems. There was no awkwardness or even clock watching, she is wonderful at what she does, take the plunge and make an appointment, you will not regret it. Life is a direction not a destination and she will get you on the path again.

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