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Finsbury Park mosque attack 19/06/17

All at WPF Therapy were deeply saddened to hear of the appalling terrorist attack at a mosque in Finsbury Park in the early hours of Monday morning whilst people were…

Remembering London Bridge 03/06/17

All of us at WPF Therapy are deeply saddened at the events on our doorstep at London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday night. We think of those who died,…

And they will never be forgotten

All at WPF Therapy share the shock and sadness at the actions of the suspected Manchester Arena suicide bomber.  Our thoughts and our sympathies are with everyone who has been…

Supporting Mental Health Awareness Week

Simon talked about the frustrating and angry feelings he was experiencing towards his partner. “I was living abroad at the time and in a job that wasn’t making me happy….

Supporting Mental Health Awareness Week

Winston recalled being bullied in the workplace. “Bullying is painful and damaging, whether you are a child or an adult. The introduction of new management turned my days at a…

Supporting Mental Health Awareness Week

Charlotte was left adrift in her grief after her parents died “After the death of my Mum and Dad therapy helped me in ways I didn’t expect. Caring for them…

Supporting Mental Health Awareness Week

Christopher described how therapy changed his life “I got lost on the way to my first session and was lost in my life. I felt weak, sad and angry and…

Supporting Mental Health Awareness Week

Fiona wasn’t prepared to be told she had breast cancer.  “I was only 38 and had never been ill in my life.  I’d only had flu once.  Being able to…

Talking About Mental Health

Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have enlisted a rapper, a Royal Marine and a Labour spin doctor to try to push stigma about discussing mental health…