Over the course of the past year, the word inequality has made daily headlines. From healthcare to education, the pandemic has thrown existing socio-economic inequalities into stark relief. We also know that the costs of the crisis are being borne disproportionately by women and minoritised groups, leaving them more exposed to financial insecurity, health risks […]
As anyone who’s struggled with depression or anxiety knows it can be a very lonely experience. You feel alone not only in your own head, but also in relation to the world at large. And if you’re a woman who is already isolated, those feelings often manifest themselves as a chasm between you – the […]
Blog from Jessica, who facilitates our Psychoeducation Group. Stress is a word used on a daily basis these days. It is used to describe such a wide range of feelings, I think we can become hard-pressed to define what stress really is.