Take a look at the seasons and it’s easy to associate winter with rest and introspection, spring with new beginnings, summer with happiness and light – but what about autumn?
When schools and universities break for summer it may seem like we have endless time ahead, but before long it’s time to get ready for the new school year.
In some ways the oft cited statistic that one in four people will experience a mental health problem each year is misleading.
The minds of the world’s most infamous serial killers are to be explored during a show in Aberdeen.
Have you ever looked at the person on the desk next to you and wondered why they appear to be moving through the ranks of promotion seemingly effortlessly whilst you have been stuck in the same job for years?
Professor Ewan Gillon is a Chartered Psychologist and Clinical Director of First Psychology Scotland with centres in Aberdeen, Dundee, Perth, Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow & Borders.
Remember the book ‘Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus’?
Aberdeen University is aiming to tackle loneliness in a pioneering study.
Over the past few weeks it’s been impossible to avoid news on Brexit.
Let’s be honest: every year, many of us take a moment to reflect on the past year and set goals for the coming year.
The number of patients in Caithness waiting for psychology appointments currently stands at a “scandalous” 250 – with many having to make a round-trip of more than 200 miles.
‘Barbaric’ NHS Highland ordeal for Caithness man who was a victim of a paedophile ring linked to ex-MP Cyril Smith
A victim of a paedophile ring linked to former MP Cyril Smith has slammed the “barbaric” five-year wait he faced for a clinical psychology appointment - and the 250-mile round trip to get there.
Most of us casually talk about ‘being obsessed’ with a new song/ book/food or being "a bit OCD" about cleaning the house before guests arrive, for example.
Professor Ewan Gillon is a Chartered Psychologist and Clinical Director of First Psychology Scotland. Centres are located in Aberdeen and throughout Scotland.
Remember the last time you were preparing for the first day in a new job?
Taking a break from our everyday routine can have huge mental health benefits and it doesn’t need a big holiday to make the difference.
How many of us give thought to how the rooms in our house make us feel? Or how decorating them using specific colours can actually change our mood? Probably not many.
A pioneering study has highlighted previously unknown struggles faced by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients.