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Blog Articles by Dr Lisa Debrou

Blog Articles by Dr Lisa Debrou


Dr Lisa Debrou

About Me

My motivation comes from a personal desire to support others to live full and meaningful lives, with an awareness of their psychological health. The shared responsibility I have with my patients whilst we discover their true selves and help shape a brighter future is something that sits at the heart of being a Psychologist for me.


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How To Give Yourself a Springtime Sleep Boost In Ten Steps

A good night’s sleep has positive effects for us all, but in modern times with pressurised schedules this is an aspect of our daily living which may not be prioritised. Springtime is an ideal time to kick start some new sleep habits with a view to boosting your sleep, or just trying something new. 1. If possible, avoid using electronic devices at bedtime. 2. If possible, avoid using electronic devices through the night. 3. Set an ideal sleep time and try to loosely plan around it. 4. Check that your […]...

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Phobias

by Dr Lisa Debrou - 25th November, 2015
Phobias

Do you have a phobia which is affecting your life and wish it could be different? Whilst some people learn to manage their phobias well, others are severely affected in their quality of life and daily functioning. A phobia is generally characterised by strong and intense levels of anxiety and fear. For some, the anxiety associated with a phobia can serve to maintain patterns of avoidance in life. For example, a person with a phobia of driving might avoid going anywhere that is not accessible by other means (e.g. by […]...

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Am I Being Bullied At Work?

When it comes to this question there can be confusion with regard to what constitutes workplace bullying and, what to do about it. What is workplace bullying? The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) highlight there is no legal definition for workplace bullying, however they describe it as “negative behaviour being targeted at an individual, or individuals, repeatedly and persistently over time”. Questionnaires have suggested that negative workplace behaviours may be subtle, for example being ignored or excessive monitoring of one’s work, or overt, such as being subject to intimidating behaviour […]...

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