Why therapy is magic with mental health advocate Jo Love
Jo Love is the author of ‘Therapy is Magic’ a guide to accessing therapy. Today she talks to Fiona Thomas on the Out of Office podcast. In this episode of the Out of Office podcast we cover Jo’s squiggly career journey from lawyer to business owner to trainee psychotherapist, why self-employment isn’t always the key to a healthy relationship with work, what therapy really is (and isn’t and some things to consider when you think about getting therapy.
Overcoming self-doubt as a writer
Oooof this self-doubt malarkey is a total ratbag, right? I’d bet my last Rolo that you’ve asked yourself at least once “When will I stop doubting myself as a writer?!” It’s something that pops up in conversation with the writers on my course, as well as in the...
My favourite UK mental health speakers
Some of the most inspiring mental health advocates I know
How to create a freelance routine when you have depression
Routine isn’t one of my strengths, but I’ve changed my ways! Here’s how to create a freelancer schedule that works if you have depression.
10 things I wish I’d known about imposter syndrome
I’ve learned two really simple and effective ways to cope with impostor syndrome, so much so that I managed to make a huge career change from working in catering to becoming a freelance writer and published author in just a few years without any relevant qualifications.
Exciting announcement – The Positive People Podcast is available now!
If you follow me on Instagram then you'll already know that I started 2019 with an exciting new project, the Positive People Podcast. I know what you're thinking, EVERYONE HAS A PODCAST. Granted, you are correct and I'm not going to deny that the podcast market is...