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The very latest news from the world of Psychology. Private Therapy Clinic blog offers information about psychological concepts, theories, therapeutic approaches and human behaviour. The articles and vides posted here also offer tips and advice written by registered Psychologist Dr. Becky Spelman and our team of Psychiatrists, Psychologists and Psychotherapists.

How Do You Recognize Tourette’s Syndrome and What Treatments Are Available?

Tourette’s Syndrome is a rare and complex neuropsychiatric condition that is most well-known for the involuntary tics it causes an individual to emote. Despite its rarity, Tourette’s often presents itself in conjunction with other disorders, such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Learning Disorders and Anxiety.

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Overcome Your Erectile Dysfunction With These CBT-Focused Tips

Erectile dysfunction can be the source of much embarrassment for men. Sexual performance is so closely associated with masculinity that when there’s an issue many men will refuse to discuss it. In fact, from a recent survey conducted, a third of men questioned said they had not told anyone about their problem.

How Porn Addiction Is Negatively Affecting You

Pornographic material has been with us for a very long time. It’s certainly not a modern concept. What has changed in recent generations is the way that’s it accessed. A mere twenty 25 years ago, if you wanted to ‘indulge’ in pornography, it meant taking a trip out of your way to buy it in either print or video format. Now, all it requires is an average internet connection and the motivation to use it. And this is the problem that people who’ve been diagnosed as suffering from a porn addiction face.

Muscle Dysmorphia and the Alarming Rise of ‘Bigorexia’ in Men

As our culture changes, so too do the conditions that come to affect our mental health. It is known that many mental health issues are the result of our environment, and the same is true of Muscle Dysmorphia Disorder (MDD), otherwise referred to as ‘Bigorexia’ or ‘Reverse Anorexia’ in the media. The obsession with one’s image is not a new idea, but the exposure and pressure we have to conform to an idealised avatar is a relatively new phenomenon.

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