Psychotherapist Talitha Fosh is an addict. “The way that my mind works is what makes me an addict,” she says. It started with an eating disorder when she was 14, comparing herself to others, and it spiralled out of control quickly. Then Tally found alcohol and drugs. “I didn’t like who I was when I drank, yet I couldn’t seem to stop myself.” She is now a therapist at the same rehab centre that helped her recover, hosting online therapy group sessions for those in need.
As a teenager, Alice struggled to manage the pressures of school and became obsessed with doing well. In hindsight, these were warning signs, she said. “I was really very young, innocent, and didn’t know how to manage myself emotionally at all.” As her anxiety and depression got worse, her parents tried everything from alternative therapies […]
When the worst thing you can imagine happens – the loss of a baby – then how do you begin to process the grief, while capturing the memories while you can? Ryan Jackson set up the Lily Mae Foundation and the Still Parents podcast to help parents (particularly fathers) in their darkest hour. One of […]
After a period of emotional difficulties when she had young children, Julia Adams searched for an alternative to medication and discovered EFT (tapping). It worked so well at bringing about calm – for her and her children – that she decided to train as a practitioner. “I’m far more resourced now to deal with what […]