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We are all individuals and it’s time for us to find what works for us. In our podcast, Happiful: Finding What Works, host Kat Nicholls talks to wellness professionals and those with lived experience to understand what it means for something to ‘work’ and the steps we can take to find what works for us.

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Anna Richardson, TV presenter, producer and podcast host of It Can’t Just be Me, shares her thoughts on managing the mental health impacts of the menopause, to the joy of being a Queenager, her spiritual practices, what led her to train as a cognitive hypnotherapist and the transformational power of therapy. Follow Anna's new podcast It Can't Just Be Me (launching in May) Visit Happiful.com Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org
Founder of The ADHD Advocate, Stephanie  Camilleri shares her own experiences of ADHD, her work as a coach and the benefits of ADHD coaching and how workplaces can benefit from undertstanding more about neurodiversity. Find out more at The ADHD Advocate Contact Stephanie Find out more about ADHD Coaching Visit Happiful.com Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org
Award-winning writer Tanith Carey shares fascinating expertise around the little-known subject of anhedonia - or feeling blah -as well as practical actions to increase feelings of joy. She digs deep into research, neuroscience and real world experiences of the feeling of numbness to understand how moden-day living is negatively affecting us, and how we can fight back. Tanith's book Feeling 'Blah'?: Why Anhedonia Has Left You Joyless and How to Recapture Life's Highs is available to order now Find out more about Tanith's work Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org
Beatrice Zornek, a deeply experienced career coach and coaching supervisor who specialises in working with Highly Sensitive People or HSP’s, joins Happiful's podcast to explore the traits that many HSP’s share, how to manage self care and energy as a HSP, the risk of burnout and why working with a coach could be hugely beneficial. Find out more about Beatrice Visit Life Coach Directory to find career coaches Visit Happiful.com Visit Beatrice's website Resources mentioned by Beatrice The Highly Sensitive Person website The Highly Sensitive Refuge Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org
Author, podcast host, therapeutic coach and bibliotherapist Alex Holmes shares the importance and impact of reading for boys, how he came to work in the mental health sphere and understanding how to communicate about self-love in a way that resonates more deeply with men. Find out more about Alex Holmes Books/literature mentioned by Alex Time To Talk: How Men Think About Love, Belonging and Connection by Alex Holmes Don’t Cry for Me by Daniel Black This be the verse - by Phillip Larkin Alex’s Podcast - You Should Probably Read This.  Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.ukIf you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org
Therapy Directory member and EFT practitoner Melanie Shah joins I am. I have - How it Helps to explains what EFT (emotional freedom technique), or tapping is, and provides a short session aimed at addressing confidence.  If you’d prefer, you can watch the session after listening to the podcast on Happiful’s YouTube channel here Note: If you’d like to follow the session while listening to the podcast, please find yourself a quiet, safe space to do so. Find out more about Melanie Shah Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org
Dianne Buswell, Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer, holistic life coach and author of Move Yourself Happy: 21 Days to Make Joyful Movement a Habit shares why determination and gratitude are so important in her life, as well as the benefits of focusing on the present moment every day and talking with a therapist when she needs to. Dianne's book Move Yourself Happy: 21 Days to Make Joyful Movement a Habit  is out now Read more about mental health and wellbeing at Happiful.com Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org
Psychotherapist, Coach and Counsellor John-Paul Davies joins the podcast to talk about depression, what depression can be, how it can feel and what we can do to start to address depression in a way that works for us. This is a wonderful compassionate conversation about depression, both for people who experience it and for those who are looking to understand more and perhaps support a friend or loved one. Find out more about John-Paul Davies and visit his website and YouTube channel Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org
Vex King, author of Good Vibes, Good Life, Healing is the New High and now Closer to Love kindly shares the experiences that led him to study and share the compassionate and practical ways we can improve our lives, the importance of authenticity and the passion he has for supporting others. He speaks about a childhood that saw great difficulties including racism, homelessness and poverty and the desire for change and healing that brought him to books, self development and an unwavering commitment to his values and alleviating the suffering of others. You can find out more about Vex King  and please visit The Rising Circle for free self-development and self-love tools. Order Vex's magnificent books here.  Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here and read more from Happiful For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available, and free to access, 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org. Download the Happiful App here
Co-founder of Love Sober Kate Baily, a certified professional Sobriety & Life Coach, joins us to talk about the path that led her to an alcohol free life, how alcohol can impact our anxiety levels and ways to discover what you love by leaving alcohol out of your life. Kate shares great solid information about the benefits of choosing to go alcohol free.  Check out Love Sober Buy Love Your Sober Year Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org Download the Happiful App here
Billie Dunlevy, an Integrative Therapist and Counselling Directory Member, joins Happiful's podcast to talk about low self esteem and the very practical ways  we can work on ourselves to grow this.  Billie makes the subject very easy to reflect upon and her words are as soothing as they are supportive and realistic.  Read the accompanying article Find out more about Billie on Counselling Directory Find a therapist to help you with low self esteem Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org Download the Happiful App here
Naturopathic nutritionist and health coach Claudine Thornhill shares her expert advice of eating well for your hormones during the perimenopause, practical tips to manage your wellbeing and ways to find joy and connect with others.  Find out more about Claudine You can find out more about nutrition specifically and connect  Claudine and other professionals on our sister site Nutritionist Resource. Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org Download the Happiful App here
Marisa Peer, world-renowned therapist, founder of Rapid Transformational Therapy®, joins Happiful's podcast. In just 30 minutes, Marisa shares why you are enough, how you’ve always been enough and the actions you can take to start believing in yourself and treating yourself with more kindness and compassion today. Find out more about Marisa's work Marisa's book Tell Yourself A Better Lie, is available now Getting help Find more information on mental health helplines here For information about private online counselling and therapists visit counselling-directory.org.uk If you need to speak to someone immediately, the Samaritans are available 24-hours a day on 116 123 and you can also email jo@samaritans.org Download the Happiful App here
Joe Sugg shares the inspiration behind his new book Grow, his realisation about phone addiction, a big move to the countryside with partner Dianne, his love of gardening and the the benefits of getting out in nature.  To access the exclusive podcast listener discount code for Issue 67 visit www.happiful.com/joesugg Joe's brilliant book is available now If you’re looking for mental health support, you can find counsellors, life coaches, nutritionists and hypnotherapists via the Happiful app. Visit Happiful for more great conversations about mental health and wellbeing Getting Help Here's a list of places to contact for more mental health support If you support now, call Samaritans 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org. Help is available.
Shaun Flores, journalist, presenter, model, actor and TedX speaker shares his personal experience of OCD, how he views his experience to date and why talking about his OCD helps him as well as others. TW: This is a really raw and honest conversation in which he talks about intrusive thoughts and suicide, so please be mindful if this could be triggering for you. Getting Help If you support now, call Samaritans 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org. Help is available. More information and help with OCD OCD-UK OCD Action If you’re looking for mental health support, you can find counsellors, life coaches, nutritionists and hypnotherapists via the Happiful app. Visit Happiful for more great conversations about mental health and wellbeing See and read more of Shaun’s work Follow Shaun Flores on Instagram Books Mentioned by Shaun Everything You Need to Know about OCD Rewire Your OCD Brain: Powerful Neuroscience-Based Skills to Break Free from Obsessive Thoughts and Fears Break Free from OCD
Life Coach and author of Michelle Elman joins Happiful’s podcast to hares the benefits of boundaries in every area of our lives, how setting boundaries can be the antidote to people pleasing and her own willingness to talk about boundaries when it comes to romantic relationships. Michelle’s Ultimate Guide to Establishing Healthy Relationship Boundaries Visit Happiful for more great conversations about mental health and wellbeing Michelle’s book The Joy of Being Selfish, is out now You can also pre-order her new book, The Selfish Romantic. Michelle's Instagram Michelle’s website Follow Happiful on Instagram If you’re looking for mental health support, you can find counsellors, life coaches, nutritionists and hypnotherapists via the Happiful app. If you support now, call Samaritans 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org. Help is available.
Stuart Sandeman leads a beautiful, relaxing breathwork session for reconnection to ourselves, following his interview on Happiful's podcast I am. I have.   Listen to Stuart's episode of I am. I have Follow Stuart to find out more Stuart’s book - Breathe In, Breathe Out is available now Background music by OctahedronMusic, via AudioJungle 
Staurt Sandeman, founder of Breathpod and author of Breathe In, Breathe Out joins Happiful to speak about the power and potential of breathwork. Stuart shares how he discovered the practice, how it can help with pain management, our mood and reconnecting with ourselves. Visit Happiful for more great conversations about mental health and wellbeing Stuart’s book - Breathe In, Breathe Out is available now Find out more about Breathpod and  Stuart Instagram Follow Happiful on Instagram If you’re looking for mental health support, you can find counsellors, life coaches, nutritionists and hypnotherapists via the Happiful app. If you need support now, call Samaritans 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org. Help is available.
Author and creator Louise Pentland is our very first guest on season nine of Happiful and Counselling Directory's podcast I am. I have. Louise shares why writing brings her joy, how she's finding her way again after a tough year in 2021, her honest thoughts on babyhood, her love of Motherhood, her role as an ambassador for the NSPCC and perspectives on grief. Find out more about NSPCC and the help they offer  Visit Happiful for more great conversations about mental health and wellbeing Find out more about Louise You Tube Instagram Louise’s books Follow Happiful on Instagram If you’re looking for mental health support, you can find counsellors, life coaches, nutritionists and hypnotherapists via the Happiful app. If you need support now, call Samaritans 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org. Help is available.
Psychotherapist Tasha Bailey, AKA @realtalk.therapist, joins us for this conversation about people pleasing and shares what it is, the impact it has on everyone involved and practical tools for changing people pleasing behaviours. Tasha has so many valuable insights and real life examples that help to illustrate what is involved and how changing this way of living and thinking can bring more joy and colour into your life. Follow Tasha on Instagram Read more about Happiful Visit Happiful for more great conversations about mental health and wellbeing Follow Happiful on Instagram If you’re looking for mental health support, you can find counsellors, life coaches, nutritionists and hypnotherapists via the Happiful app.
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Karen Booth

powerful message. very informative. worth following up

Feb 14th
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Beth Spilski

What is the name he gives that ends in Brown. He says the person is a speaker. I couldn't make out the first name.

May 9th
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