Therapies and practical advice

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Violence and aggression


How to end a toxic relationship

Worried something is badly off with your relationship? Here’s how to detoxify the dynamics or, if necessary, get out

by Gunnur Karakurt & Rachel Croce

Resilience and flexibility


How to relax your own rules

Are you so strict with yourself that it’s become a burden? Gain freedom and flexibility with these therapeutic techniques

by Danielle Doucette

Couples and family therapy


How to survive and thrive through divorce

Take heart: there are ways to protect yourself and any children involved, and prepare for more joyful chapters ahead

by Lisa Herrick

Body-based therapy


How to use yoga for emotional wellbeing

Yoga offers a unique whole-body approach to regulating your emotions. And it’s easier to get started than you might think

by Rebecca E Williams & Pamela Crane

Emerging therapies


How to know if hypnosis is for you

Even experts can be confused about clinical hypnosis. So here’s all you need to help decide if you might benefit from it

by Eric Spiegel



How to feel less lonely as you get older

Work and family life are no longer so busy and life can suddenly seem empty. Here are some good ways to stay connected

by Carrie Ditzel

Couples and family therapy


How to save a romantic relationship

Even couples on the brink of separation can find a way forward. See what’s possible with some ‘nonbinding experiments’

by Peter Fraenkel

Emerging therapies


How to get to know all (the parts) of you

An emerging form of psychotherapy offers some surprising ways to think about who you are and work towards self-acceptance

by Derek Scott

Learning and education


How to make the most of university

Learning psychological flexibility is the key to coping with difficult times and to pursuing what really matters to you

by Nic Hooper

The body and physical health


How to live with chronic illness

Whatever your own experience of long-haul sickness, a shift in perspective could help you enjoy a full and happier life

by Jennifer Crystal