If you have an interest in therapy and how our mind works, this is the podcast for you. We talk about all things mental health, therapy & journaling, so you can the best you for you. I have over 20 years working in mental health, I'm a CBT Therapist currently working in private practice, I'm passionate about journaling and created 'The CBT Journal' so others can benefit and now I'm opening the door to the therapy room
So time to grab a cup of tea, a cosy blanket and listen to some friendly conversation with Sarah the host of 'Ask the Therapist'.
How to become a CBT therapist, with Dr. Helen Moya
With the increasing media attention that mental health is receiving, many people have become more interested in becoming Cognitive Behavioural Therapist to deliver effective evidence-based CBT. Find out what you need to consider and the steps to take if you would like to be a CBT therapist, with Dr. Helen Moya.
Do you find it hard to cope with uncertainty? Do you find yourself planning for every eventuality and assessing every risk?
Join me to find out why uncertainty can be a problem for many people and how to learn to manage it well.
Are you a worrier?
Worry is a normal part of everyday life, but excessive worrying can affect your mental health.
In this episode, I talk about how to spot problematic worrying, or generalised anxiety disorder, and some strategies to treat it.
Post Natal Depression, with Rebecca Armstrong
Social media expects having a baby to be a beautiful time, but for many mothers, the change can lead to the 'baby blues' and post-natal depression. Rebecca Armstrong and I discuss what PND can feel like and how you can access help.
Exploring Thought Records
Thought records are a great tool to help you to evaluate and alter unhelpful thinking styles, get to know your unhelpful thoughts and examine their effects on your life.
Emotional Resilience with Martina Witter
In this episode, I speak to CBT therapist, Martina Witter from Rapha Therapy Service about her work and how building emotional resilience can help us navigate the storms of life.
I took the plunge
Excellent podcast. I gave up drinking alcohol 20 months ago for my health and well being. I did the research, got inspired, chose a day and had my last drink. Although it was challenging at times in the beginning I have been amazed at how every area of my life has improved as a result. As a 42 year old woman it has taken me this long to realise alcohol does not enhance ANY situation. I was so conditioned from age of 14 to drink alcohol the hardest thing was unpicking all of the lies surrounding drinking. Now my emotions good and bad feel authentic and not heightened or depressed by drinking.
I love listening to this podcast, it’s a great way to pick up tips on self care and being the best you can be from the great range of guests and from Sarah’s own experiences
Great mental health podcast series
A great podcast on mental health, CBT and associated healthcare professions. Sarah is a great host and genuinely cares about helping people. A great range of topics are covered.