When anxiety is bothering you…

Today’s blog is written by Assistant Psychologist Gabby Donaldson. We have now done one week of our second national lockdown. For some, this lockdown may not have made much of a difference to daily life. You may still be going to school, going into work or continuing to work from home. But, for others, thisContinue reading “When anxiety is bothering you…”

Look for rainbows

This week’s blog was written by Headspace Guildford’s fantastic Assistant Psychologist, Gabby Donaldson. It’s so brilliant because it reminds me of the rainbows that went up in everyone’s windows the first time we went into lockdown. So read on for ways to use strategies or find hope in difficult times. ‘When it rains, look forContinue reading “Look for rainbows”

Being kind because we’re part of something bigger

Last week I was talking about being kind. For that post I focused on the benefits to you. Today I want to continue to bang on about being kind, because of the benefits to others as well as to you. Maya Angelo once said ‘be the rainbow in someone else’s cloud’. She talked about howContinue reading “Being kind because we’re part of something bigger”

Talking and listening to young people

It’s everywhere isn’t it? The newspapers, the TV, Social media. Everyone is talking about the return to school. Everyone is talking about what that might mean for young people (who have had so long away from school) and what it might mean for the country (in terms of infection rates). Honestly, with all these adultsContinue reading “Talking and listening to young people”

Last few places at our anxiety group

At Headspace Guildford we are running some anxiety groups next week (face to face and online versions). We’ve got just a few spaces left so if you, or a child/young person you know gets nervous sometimes, feels worried, gets anxious or is scared about going back to school, worried about coronavirus or about anything really,Continue reading “Last few places at our anxiety group”