Eating Disorders- They are not a choice they are a serious illness; they affect all ages and..
The 5 Myths about Eating Disorders
What a great way to end Dietitian week, celebrating the impact and value of Dietitians. This..
Shelley nominated for the Women in Business award
Congratulations to Shelley Perry who’s been nominated for the Women in Business award! A part of..
How sleep can help reduce stress during exam time
Exams are stressful. During the exam season, you may be feeling stressed and pulling all-nighters..
How Early Intervention Makes a Difference in Eating Disorder Recovery
Eating disorder treatment guide
Living with an eating disorder can be very difficult. Trying to struggle with the negative habits..
Mental Health Awareness Week - Let’s talk #stress
As a social entrepreneur, founder and business director a lot falls on your (my) plate. Daily..
How looking after your physical health helps your mental health
Many people view the body and mind separately. But did you know there is a strong link between both..
How does loneliness affect our mental health?
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Each year, a different theme is focused on to raise..
The signs and symptoms of eating disorders
According to Beat, there are around 1.25 million people in the UK that suffer from an eating..
7 causes of workplace stress and how to deal with them
Stress is the single biggest cause of sick leave in the UK, with more than 105 million working days..
What’s on your mind? The effects of stress on mental health
Stress is a normal reaction that everyone experiences. Our bodies can experience and react to..
Eating Disorder Awareness Week - help and support
This week is Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Every year, the UK’s eating disorder organisations and..
We need to talk about suicide in children
Last week was Children’s Mental Health Week. Started by Place2Be in 2015, the week aims to put the..
5 tips for looking after your wellbeing in 2022
The start of a new year can bring many opportunities and challenges. Something that won’t change,..
Keeping on top of your mental health during New Year & the Omicron wave
As we enter another year, many people will struggle to stay on top of their mental health. The..
Surviving Christmas with an eating disorder
Christmas can be a happy and joyful time of year for many. However, not everyone can celebrate the..
How to take care of your mental health during the festive season
Christmas is a time of the year that many of us look forward to. However, not everyone will share..
10 workplace stress factors
Stress is a bodily reaction when we feel threatened or under pressure. Small amounts of stress or..
Breathe Therapies wins Esteemed RSPH Health and Wellbeing Award
We are so proud to announce that Breathe Therapies are a winner of the 2021 Royal Society for..
Compulsive - Eating Disorder Documentary
This documentary was featured on ShowcaseTV, on Thursday 21st October. It looks into the rise of..
Award Nominations at Breathe Therapies
We are very proud to announce that the Breathe Therapies team have been shortlisted for a National..
Join us at the Eating Disorders Summit 2021
Eating Disorders Summit 2021 - Thursday 2nd December 2021 (Virtual Conference)
10 statistics about mental health and wellbeing in the workplace
Mental wellbeing at work is a topic that has become more prevalent over the past few years, and has..
The benefits of Emotional Freedom Technique treatment
What is EFT?
Looking after our wellbeing is an important part of looking after your mental and physical health...
World Wellbeing Week 2021
World wellbeing week celebrates our emotional, physical, social, financial, community and..
Strategies for speaking to your child about their mental health: how to approach the conversation
When it comes to bringing up the topic of mental health with your child it can sometimes be a..
Recap of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021
Last week was Mental Health Awareness week 2021. This year's theme was all about how nature can..
What if we said Mental Wealth instead of Mental Health?
This article was written by Olatunde Spence, our Art Psychotherapist at Breathe Therapies