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Chartered Psychologists and Coaches to support your development
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Openness and #honesty are key elements of any #coaching relationship - but why? Our latest blog post explores the role of honesty and sets out its benefits.

It's not always easy - and can sometimes be uncomfortable - but it's worth it in the end.
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The latest episode of our 'My Pocket Psych' #podcast is live! This time round, Pilar and Richard discuss coaching at work and how it's different to other forms of helping.

We also revisit the topic of #PsychologicalFlexibility and discuss how it's useful to examine our relationships with our thoughts and emotions.

You can subscribe to the podcast via your podcast app of choice, or listen via our website - link below.
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We're delighted to announce the launch of our new #podcast "My Pocket Psych". The first episode is out and we discuss our aims for the podcast and what a psychologist actually does in the workplace.

In episode two, we'll be discussing how to better manage our email and in episode three, we'll look at how to adopt a more mindful approach at work. We hope you'll join us!

'My Pocket Psych' is brought to you by #WorkLifePsych and hosted by +Richard MacKinnon & Pilar Orti.
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Are you interested in developing #coaching skills for the workplace? Our new public course could be just the thing!

'Introduction to Workplace Coaching' is a 2-day introductory coaching course covering the essentials. Highly interactive, you'll get plenty of opportunities to practice your new skills in small groups.

It's the perfect course for line managers, team leaders and HR professionals to start their coaching journey - no previous experience necessary.

The next course takes place on 16th and 17th November in Central London. Both days will be facilitated by Dr. +Richard MacKinnon, Chartered Psychologist and Registered Coaching Psychologist.

Click the link below to reserve your place or get in touch with us directly if you'd like to know more about the course.
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Have you ever had one of those "I can't stand it!" moments? We all have.

But they don't have to have such a negative impact on you or those around you. The latest post on our blog covers this 'low frustration tolerance' and discusses the role of thinking and how we can handle things differently.

Read on for more!
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Today is National Go Home on Time Day - it's also the longest day of the year. Will you get out of the office at a reasonable time today? #WorkLifeBalance

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So you've decided to use an app to get your to-do list out of your head and into your phone or computer. The question is, which one to choose?

Read our latest blog post, which suggests a few criteria to bear in mind when selecting an app.
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Are you thinking about getting a #coach?

Well done for considering taking action to work on your personal and professional development! But before pressing 'go', have a think about what you want to get from it and how you'll get the most from it.

Remember, if you want to make some changes, you'll need to get out of your comfort zone.

Click the link below to see our 5 questions you should consider before starting work with a coach. 
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In the first of a new series of articles on the role of our #thinking, we explore how useful it is to listen to your self-talk. It can help us identify unhelpful or self-limiting thinking patterns.

Let us know what you think in the comments - next time, we're going to look at procrastination. Why we do it and what you can do to minimise it.
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In the first of a new series of articles on the role of our #thinking, we explore how useful it is to listen to your self-talk. It can help us identify unhelpful or self-limiting thinking patterns.

Let us know what you think in the comments - next time, we're going to look at procrastination. Why we do it and what you can do to minimise it.
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