Nip in the Bud works with mental health professionals to produce short films and fact sheets to help parents, primary school teachers and others caring for and working with children to recognise potential mental health conditions.
The Mix connects you to experts and your peers who’ll give you the support and tools you need to take on any challenge you’re facing – for everything from homelessness to finding a job, from money to mental health, from break-ups to drugs.
Potential Kids is an award winning charity based in Welwyn/Hatfield providing learning, social and sports opportunities to Neurodiverse children / young people (Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Tourette Syndrome amongst other conditions), their siblings and families.
The National Autistic Society are the UK's leading charity for people on the autism spectrum and their families. They provide support, guidance and advice as well as campaigning for improved rights, services and opportunities to help create a society that works for autistic people.
WAY is the only national charity in the UK for people aged 50 or under when their partner died. It’s a peer-to-peer support group operating with a network of volunteers who have been bereaved at a young age themselves, so they understand exactly what other members are going through.
Grief Encounter's mission is to give every child and young person access to the best possible support following the death of someone close. working closely with individuals, families, schools and professionals to offer a way through the anxiety, fear and isolation so often caused by grief
Apart of Me is a charity dedicated to supporting bereaved children, young people, and parents. Their aim is to be your trusted guide through grief, helping you to explore, understand, accept and articulate your experience of grief and the wide range of emotions connected to it.
Child Bereavement UK helps children, parents and families to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. They support children and young people up to the age of 25 who are facing bereavement, and anyone impacted by the death of a child of any age.
Counselling Directory aims to help people find support. From nutrition and complementary therapies to hypnotherapy and coaching, our network of directories seeks to cover all aspects of mental health and wellness.
With vast knowledge of Volatile Substance Abuse (VSA), Evolve hopes to enable those who abuse to identify their value, redefine their sense of self, make positive choices, and seek to a brighter future.
Menopause Support provides private support via telephone and video consultations and bespoke menopause training and support solutions for businesses and organisations and menopause training days for therapists and well-being professionals.
Action Fraud is the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime where you should report fraud if you have been scammed, defrauded or experienced cyber crime in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘hypnotherapy’?
Relaxation? A deep sleep? Or perhaps you’re imagining being taken into a trance-like state by a psychiatrist swinging a coin in front of your face.
Katie was joined on the podcast by experienced Clinical Hypnotherapist Sally Garozzo to explore the practice of hypnotherapy AND hear about how it could ease menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes, anxiety and sleep disturbances.
Too often, women living with disability are left out of the menopause and midlife women's health conversation and, as a result, put their symptoms down to pre-existing health conditions, not realising that they could actually be entering perimenopause or menopause.
Katie invited Emma Livingstone, founder of Up – The Adult Cerebral Palsy Movement, to the podcast to share her own story and to explain why it is so important for women, in particular those with cerebral palsy, to have their own pathways within healthcare.
Emma talks about her own experience living with a long-term disability and why she was inspired to found Up and campaign for better understanding and support from the medical community and the wider community.
Katie welcomed author and pelvic floor specialist, Kim Vopni, to the podcast to talk us through probably one of the most uncomfortable and awkward conditions that can affect a woman, pelvic organ prolapse.
Kim explains exactly what a prolapse is, the most common causes and how commonly they occur. She also gives advice on treatment options, including how to do pelvic floor exercises effectively and also when surgery might be the best option.
Why is resistance training so important as we age, and how can we fit that into our busy lives with so much else to juggle?
Katie spoke with personal trainer Kate Oakley on the podcast about how we can increase strength and protect our bones and joints in midlife, as well as find ways to fit it into our day, even with only 5 minutes to spare.
Kate explains why we need to change the way we exercise at 40 plus, and how the right kind of training can do more than just help you “get through” the challenges that come with menopause but also be empowering and totally change your outlook on life.
Menopause symptoms can be challenging to deal with, especially when you experience several at once. Fortunately, you can reduce some of the issues related to menopausal migraines by making a few lifestyle changes.