It's always the 'others' who've gone mad
Check out our 'rough' translation of the article "Verrückt sind immer nur die anderen" for the german newspaper Taz with a contribution from Dr Lisa Wilson, CPG's Clinical Executive. Read the german version here
CPG Media - ASK THE EXPERT - Dr. Siri Harrison on Panic Attacks
Dr. Siri Harrison, Clinical Associate at CPG answers 3 questions around panic attacks. Watch the latest Ask The Expert video now on our Youtube channel
Nine ways to stay motivated in a job you hate
Tip number one: Switch off for a moment or two, as Dr. Michael Sinclair, CPG's Clinical Director explains to eFINANCIALCAREERS: "Your mind is racing between fear of redundancy, pressure to perform, a lack of appreciation and a constant need to be connected. Create space between the demands of your job and provide some relief. If you're always doing, how can you expect to regain your energy and enthusiasm.' Read all the tips here
7th May 2013
CPG's Clinical Executive live on Sky News commenting on the 10 year Ohio girls kidnapping - 1.30 pm today!
Time to switch off
Dr Lisa Wilson contributes to this interesting article for Prima Magazine and explains that even if 'We are social beings, always looking for ways to connect with people and chasing positive reinforcement... There is a danger that this constant need to text, email or update means squeezing more into the same amount of time, loading on the stress and pressure'. Your can read the full article here:
Weight gain: How genetic is it?
Dr. Jo Ross-Gower from CPG contributes to this interesting article for HealthSector warning that 'While it is important to acknowledge the role of genetics in the regulation of body weight it is also clear that the rapid increase in obesity seen over the past 30 years cannot be explained by genetics alone as changes in human populations occur too slowly to account for this rate of change' Read more
Doga: Taking your dog to a yoga session is not barking mad
29th April 2013
Dr Mike Sinclair, Clinical Director at CPG explans how it is not surprising Doga has taken off in the States as 'Modern times are stressful. People are losing their jobs and there is a great deal of trepidation. Dogs are reliable and trustworthy. They give us security and a greater sense of self-worth.' and whilst Dr Sinclair says dogs may not need yoga, he thinks people my benefit from Doga: 'Bonding with your pet by doing Doga could be good for your health. Research shows petting your dog can have the same effect on your mood as caring for a baby. Our brain releases the hormone oxytocin, which triggers feelings of happiness and relief from feelings of stress and depression. Check out the full article here!
MSN Jobseekers - The reality behind unemployment
CPG has teamed up with MSN for an 8 week special on unemployment. Check out the article Unemployment brings fear, pain and anger by Dr Michael Sinclair, Clinical Director at CPG.
Unemployment: how not to let it get you down
MSN Jobseekers - The reality behind unemployment
CPG's top tips on how not to let unemployment get you down. Check them out here
Ask The Expert: Panic Attacks
Don't panic! The new Ask The Expert video with Dr. Siri Harrison is coming soon to our YouTube channel CPGmedia! Watch the teaser!
Ever think your other half's brain must be wired differently? New research reveals you're right
Dr Genevieve von Lob, CPG Clinical Associate contributes to this interesting article for the Daily Mail and gives her views on the multi-tasking ability of men and women. Read the full article here
Why are UK workers the most depressed in Europe?
Dr Lisa Wilson, CPG Clinical Executive talks to HealthSector and explains that "The UK's largest employer is the financial sector. London is one of the three global financial centres and has one of the largest city economies globally. The highest rates of depression can be found in the countries that place such high importance upon money and it signifying success, identity and status', particularly 'in times of recession and economic decline pressure. Read more!
Ask The Expert: 'Self-Compassion'
The new AskTheExpert video with Dr. Genevieve von Lob, Clinical Associate CPG on self-compassion, is now online! Watch it on YouTube!
Why are mental health professionals the only ones discriminating against those with mental health?
Dr. Mike Sinclair, Clinical Director CPG, gives his views to HealthSector.net. Read more!
Mindfulness To Go - Workshop
CPG is proud to announce the launch of our newest and most innovative Mindfulness Workshop run by the City's top psychologists. Watch our YouTube video on this workshop or download the Mindfulness To Go - Workshop brochure.
Mindfulness-To-Go is our workshop designed for you to learn or further develop and enhance mindfulness practice skills. It will also dramatically increase personal satisfaction and well-being, reduce stress and engage fully with their lives. Go to the Mindfulness To Go - Workshop page now!
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Ask The Expert - How to Become a Psychologist and the difference with a Psychiatrist
Dr. Rumina Taylor, CPG Clinical Associate answers your questions on how to become a psychologist, what the studies involve and the difference with a psychiatrist. Watch it on our YouTube channel
Send in your questions to our Psychologists: email@example.com
Stop juggling, start single-tasking
25th March 2013
Dr Mike Sinclair tells the Evening Standard that 'a wonderful tool for helping people stay focused is the practice of Ask The Expert - How to Become a Psychologist and the difference with a Psychiatrist, in which you practice focusing on the activity at hand.' Jump to the Evening Standard to read more!
Do YOU lie on Facebook? New anonymous 'anti-social' networking site enables users to be COMPLETELY honest with the world
Dr Mike Sinclair, Clinical Director at City Psychology Group talks to the Daily Mail about social media and explains: 'The popularity of this new social media site (pencourage.com) is not surprising at all. We work very hard presenting ourselves to the world online, pretending and attempting to be happy all the time which is exhausting and ultimately unfulfilling. Omitting the less desirable imperfections of our lives from the conversations with our "friends" online leads to less opportunity to feel empathised with - resulting in a greater sense of disconnection from others.' More to read!
Why women constantly lie about life on Facebook
'We work very hard presenting ourselves to the world online, pretending and attempting to be happy all the time which is exhausting and ultimately unfulfilling,' Dr Mike Sinclair, Clinical Director at CPG explains to The Telegraph. Read more!
Why Admitting Failure Is a Sign of Strenght
13th March 2013
'If you never put a foot wrong you need to ask yourself: am I stepping outside my comfort zone enough?' Dr Michael Sinclair, Clinical Director at CPG explains to Emerald Street, and adds: 'By taking a risk - even if you get it wrong - you're showing you are flexible and creative, and that's something employers value highly.' Read more!
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Ask The Expert: SAD [Seasonal Affective Disorder]
CPG Clinical Associate, Elise Stephen on SAD - Seasonal Affective Disorder. Watch it now!
Send in your questions to our Psychologists: firstname.lastname@example.org
Expat banker burnout in far flung locations
5 March 2013
Dr Mike Sinclair, Clinical Director of CPG talks to eFINANCIALCAREERS and advises that 'Bankers are moving to ever-more distant countries for career progression, money, status and upholding a particular lifestyle, but pursuing material objects doesn't promote well-being and the pressure to maintain this increases anxiety... You have the house, the big bonus, but what next? Bankers spend too much time doing and not enough time being' Read the article here!
Return to the meatspace... is the virtual office dead?
28 February 2013
CPG's Clinical Director Dr. Mike Sinclair talks to the Evening Standard in this interesting article around the new trend of employers to limit their employees from working remotely or from home. Read the article here!
Ask The Expert: New Year's Resolutions
New Year's Resolutions. What makes them so difficult to keep? How can we improve the chances to keeping them this year? And if we don't manage to keep them, should we just give up? Dr Lisa Wilson, Clinical Executive CPG answers your questions with practical advice and tips! Watch this episode of Ask The Expert on our YouTube channel
The anti-social network that tells the truth about your life
Dr Michael Sinclair, Clinical Director at City Psychology Group, gives his views to Reveal.co.uk on the new social media Pencourage: "The popularity of this new social media site is not surprising at all. We work very hard presenting ourselves to the world online, pretending and attempting to be happy all the time which is exhausting and ultimately unfulfilling". Read more!
Anonymous Social Media Journal Takes The Face Out of Facebook
Millions of us use social networks to share our thoughts and experiences every day. But how honest are we about what we're really feeling behind dutiful 'likes', family snaps and cheerful status updates?. CPG's Clinical Director, Dr Sinclair explains to IT Analysis that 'Social media provides a forum to escape this reality, to live in a fantasy of perfection where our feelings of isolation, disconnectedness, and inadequacy and failure can be redressed.' Read more!
Why do people air their dirty laundry on Facebook
Dr Siri Harrison gives her views to Red FM about the increasing sharing of personal information on social media. Listen to the interview here
'Most people think it's a party': How difficult is coming out?
For many LGBT people, the moment of coming out can be a moment of huge celebration, but not for everyone as Dr. Siri Harrison of CPG explains to the Metro Newspaper, following Jodie Foster's public coming out at the Golden Globes: 'I think most people think it's a party, mostly because they don't really believe there's still any discrimination against the community,' Check it out here!
Why we should relish having an empty diary
'If you're constantly pouring energy into spending time with friends and family you'll burn out and become exhausted, you need to make time for yourself,' Dr Michael Sinclair explains to Emerald Street. Read it here!
Maverick TV - Reality Show
The makers of Embarrassing Bodies, Children's Hospital and Bizarre ER are creating a pilot for a new Psychology TV series, and are looking for people to take part in a FREE session at CPG. Interested? Read more here
The Chrissy B Show: 'Create Your Dream Life'
CPG's Clinical Director, Dr Michael Sinclair special guest on The Chrissy B Show about New Year's Resolutions and more! Watch the show now!
Dr. Lisa Wilson, Clinical Executive at CPG contributes to an interesting article for Take It Easy magazine and explains: 'When someone is missing, there is unresolved grief. Families are unsure whether to give up hope or hold on to it tightly'.
'Anger is one of the first emotions we experience as an infant', Dr Michael Sinclair, Clinical Director of CPG explains to HealthSector and continues: 'It's a natural emotion and is a positive and constructive aid to survival. Its function is to provide us with the vital boost of physical and emotional energy when we need it most. It can be a positive and empowering emotion if used constructively - it tells us what is important to us, our values in life, encourages us to self-care, meet our needs and look after ourselves. Anger is not a problem; it is often the behavioural response of our anger, aggression that is the problem' Read the full article here
Drink driving and personality
Dr Michael Sinclair speaks to the BPS and explains that 'It is understandable that those with a tendency towards impulsivity would engage in more risk taking behaviour. The intolerance for emotional discomfort will lead to acting on urges that may at times involve dangerous action, such a drink driving. Such an intolerance would no doubt be exacerbated under the influence of alcohol as would be the difficulty to think in a lucid manner around a cost/benefit analysis of future behaviour. Read more here
'My web detox'
Rory Cellan-Jones, Technology correspondent for the BBC interviews CPG's Clinical Director, Dr Michael Sinclair for BBC London report: 'He nods sympathetically as I describe my feelings of being disconnected. We talk about how easy it is to become addicted to social media - and he warns that this can lead to problems in engaging in the real world with family and friends'. Watch it now
Preparing children for bereavement
Dr Michael Sinclair talks to HealthSector and explains: ' 'Avoiding the subject of death with children is a mistake and can be detrimental to their psychological wellbeing and functioning. If the death of a loved one is imminent avoiding the subject with children can make matters worse for them. If the feelings they experience are not validated they can start to feel as if they are odd, bad or wrong. Children often hear and know more than adults give them credit for and with this is mind it is nonsensical to leave them to deal with their pain alone rather than helping them through this pain. It helps them to feel less self-conscious and anxious and can improve their self-esteem and grieving process. Children are resilient but they are not resilient in a vacuum and cope better when they feel that others understand and validate what they are going through'.
Keeping sane in The City: Dr Michael Sinclair on Bloomberg TV
CPG's Clinical Director Dr. Sinclair live on Bloomberg news talking about sleep. Watch it now!
Gender differences in healthcare attitudes: Another case of men are from Mars?
'For some men, owning up to feeling weak or to have others perceive them as not coping would be to challenge the very core of their self-worth and their place and value in society' Dr Mike Sinclair tells PublicHealth. Read the article here!
The Chrissy B Show: I can't cope
Dr Michael Sinclair chats to Chrissy B live on Sky TV about anxiety and offers practical tools on how to de-stress.
Watch the episode here!
Scared senseless! Photos show terror on faces of Halloween revellers as they enjoy theme parks' most frightening attractions
31st October 2012
Dr. Mike Sinclair, Clinical Director of CPG talks to the Daily Mail on the enjoyment of being scared. Read more!
Move over ladies: men are turning chocoholic
'Traditional male jobs are being lost, unemployment rates are soaring and those that remain employed fear redundancy. These issues are placing pressure on men and they may seek comfort through the age-old tradition of self-medicating with sugar.' Dr Siri Harrison explains to the Grocer Magazine. Read more!
Health and safety in child's play: Necessity or nuisance?
'Denying children such early experiences may lead to emotional and developmental problems', Dr. Sinclair explains to Public Health: 'It is possible that without any such early experience where a child is overindulgently protected and not exposed to the real threats and dangers of life, he or she may come to develop an increased sense of dis-inhibition, unrealistic grandiosity and invincibility and consequential carelessness. Furthermore, without the potential for danger and the actual experience of 'trauma' whether physical or emotional, children may run the risk of an undeveloped problem solving skills set, an inability to emotionally self-soothe and an under developed sense of self-agency. Such individual difference can affect levels of self-confidence, leading to psychological distress in the longer term.' Read more!
Can we choose our level of self-control?
24th September 2012
"An apparent 'loss' in self-control may not be dependent on limited resources of distress tolerance or either displays of experiential avoidance. In fact over time and with positive reinforcement, behavioural resistance and impulse control may become as much an habitual and learned pattern of behaviour as the impulsive response that often displays a lack of self-control" - CPG's Clinical Director, Dr Michael Sinclair, explains to the BPS, British Psychological Society. Read more!
The living victims of 9/11
9/11 'has undoubtedly affected people psychologically, all around the world' Dr. Sinclair explains to Public Sector in this article marking the anniversary of the Twin Towers attack. Read the article here!
You've been amazing
Dr. Michael Sinclair and Dr. Ashley Goff contribute to Metro's special feature dedicated to 'the unsung heroes - the people of Great Britain- who united behind the Olympic and Paraolympic teams made home advantage truly count'. Check it out here!
What drove a father to kill his three children?
Dr. Michael Sinclair contributes to this interesting article for the Independent newspaper exploring the motives behind a father killing his three children. Read the article here!
Anxiety - Your new secret weapon?
Dr. Michael Sinclair talks to Zest Magazine and reveals that 'While medication can be incredibly beneficial in managing debilitating symptoms short term, it should always be prescribed alongside some form of therapy'. Read more!
What's on your mind? So worried about going on holiday
Dr. Michael Sinclair talks to Pick Me Up magazine about how to overcome feeling homesick when abroad: 'Don't expect to not feel anxious or sad while away - you can't prevent this - but you do have a choice about how you reach to these feelings when they arise'. Read more!
How gadgets and the internet are turning us into a nation of emotional basket cases
19th July 2012
"Among our clients, there is a lot of 'presenteeism' - being at work even when they are too stressed to function, for fear of losing their jobs," Dr. Michael Sinclair explains to the Daily Mail. Read more
How Much Does a Bad Night's Sleep Cost You?
Dr. Sinclair interviewed live on Bloomberg TV gives his views on how insomnia can affect executive performance. Watch the interview here!
Five ways to be more creative right now
Dr. Michael Sinclair contributes to this interesting article for Emerald Street, out now! Five ways to be more creative right now
Always switched on: the work-life merge
CPG's Director Dr. Sinclair contributes to this interesting and debatable article for the Evening Standard.
Read it all here
The killer instinct of fashion
'Going back in time, women traditionally defined their status in society through their looks and beauty, along with their domestic ability to meet demands', Dr Sinclair explains to PublicSector, and adds: 'There's certainly more pressure today, but in terms of a women's worth, it was always dependant on how she looked because she attracted men that way.', Read more here!
A Baby Will Not Save Your Relationship
'A couple who decide to have a baby to repair their relationship are looking too far afield for the solution to their problems - the real solution is a lot closer than they think.", Dr Sinclair explains to Female First magazine. Read more
Workshops: Discover how to live in the moment
Psychologies Magazine invites you to join us for a day of creative thinking, practical workshops and inspiration, meditation and mindfulness on 30th June 2012 - Tickets available now!
Dr Michael Sinclair and Josie Seydel of CPG will explore the uses of mindfulness to promote wellbeing, and teach you some methods to practice that will fit into a busy schedule. More info released
Your step-by-step mindfulness guide
City Psychology Group's Clinical Director, Dr. Michael Sinclair writes a mindfulness meditation guide for Psychologies Magazine, and identifies the ways the mind might trip you up.
Why we are no longer so good at queueing?
29th May 2012
Dr. Michael Sinclair explains to the BPS that "A great paradox has arisen in modern society. As we strive for more freedom, investing in the advancements of technology and invent smarter and faster ways of getting things done, we are simultaneously caging ourselves within increasing levels of low frustration tolerance and stress, even in the face of small delays in our daily lives" - Read more!
How Often Have You Seen Your Friends This Week?
Dr. Michael Sinclair contributes to this article for Emerald Street and explains: 'We can gain a sense of satisfaction from a being a caring friend and it's a very important source of replenishment and energy.' Read more!
The Little CBT Workbook
"The Little CBT Workbook":
A step-by-step guide to gaining control of your life
Out now! Order at Amazon!
Like Samantha Brick, I'm bullied because of my good looks
30th April 2012
The Metro Newspaper interviews Dr Sinclair.
Samantha Brick's recent comments in her 'Why women hate me for being beautiful' article caused a backlash of mostly negative reactions in traditional and social media. The Metro newspaper investigates further: Read the full article with Dr. Michael Sinclair's comments
How to prevent the stress of redundancy, or potential redundancy, getting to you
22nd April 2012
Dr. Michael Sinclair writes for eFINANCIALCAREERS: 'I'm not here to insult your intelligence. In this economic climate the thought, "I am going to lose my job" may be both understandable and true. However, you need to ask yourself whether this is constructive. Is it really helpful to keep thinking it?' Read more!
How to stand up for yourself (without being a bitch)
22nd April 2012
'Assertiveness doesnt't come naturally to many of us', says Dr. Genevieve von Lob to Top Sante: 'Lots of women are socially conditioned to put others first. And while men gain respect by being assertive, women are labelled either "overly emotional" or "power hungry"'.
Top Sante: out now!
Looking good? (Are your weighty worries a result of Body Dysmorphic Disorder?)
18th April 2012
Learn more about Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). Dr Michael Sinclair talks to OK! magazine, offers his top tips and explaines "it's about a very irrational and excessive preoccupation with your bodily appearance, particularly either a minor or imagined defect".
Out now in OK! magazine
Maximise your mornings
5th April 2012
"Psychologically, it's important to do exercise. It vitalises and gives a sense of energy. It doesn't matter what kind of exercise you do - whether it's running, weights or yoga, it will help you de-stress". Dr Sinclair contributes to this interesting article for Shortlist Magazine. Read more!
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ADVICE FROM A CITY PSYCHOLOGIST: How to change your lifestyle at work if you want to reduce your stress
Stress management and psychological health should be treated in much the same way as you might check your car in for an MOT despite it running well at the time, to avoid a breakdown later on! Read more
'I lost my job & my identity'
"One of the keys to dealing with job loss is realising that change can bring new opportunity," says Dr Sinclair to Fabulous Magazine, out tomorrow 26th February 2012 with The Sun. Read more
Why are we so stressed out?
Dr Sinclair contributes to this eighteen page dossier in this month's edition of Psychologies Magazine.
Plus: find out how one of their readers benefited from her Mindfulness and ACT therapy session with Dr Sinclair and read his top tips on Mindfulness practice.
People often lie about height and weight
7th February 2012
People will often lie about their height and weight? "These findings are not entirely surprising" as Dr. Sinclair explains to the British Psychological Society. Read more!
Why our self-control is so often defeated
1st February 2012
Dr Sinclair contributes to this interesting article for the British Psychological Society and explains how "Developing acceptance and allowing for the inevitable discomfort we feel at times, rather than struggling with it and trying to eliminate it, is a powerful skill that can improve wellbeing and create more time for us to act on other areas of our life that we value." Read more
Follow what you believe in
Dr Sinclair talks to the British Psychological Society about his career and practice to date. Read more
Is Paranoia The New Depression?
23rd January 2012 - Grazia Magazine
Dr Michael Sinclair gives his view on how to stop feelings of paranoia before they impact every area of our lives, in this interesting article exploring the increase of paranoia for Grazia. Read more!
When the strain begins to show
Economies are under stress - and so are employees. CPG's Clinical Director, Dr. Michael Sinclair talks to the Financial Times. Read the full article here
Some more prone to violence when drunk
Some people are more likely to turn violent when drunk because of one particular personality trait, new research has found. Dr. Sinclair comments in this interesting article by the British Psychological Society. Read more
ADVICE FROM A CITY PSYCHOLOGIST: How to change your THINKING and pull back from severe stress
How can we modify our thinking to alleviate stress? Dr Mike Sinclair gives his views to eFINANCIALCAREERS' readers. Read more
Economic crisis takes toll on Britain's bankers
Dr. Sinclair interviewed by Julien Mivielle on London and its Bankers. Read the full article in English or in french, spanish, portuguese.
'I was 26, earning £50,000... So why did I burn out?'
Dr. Sinclair contributes to this interesting article for Grazia. Read the artcle here
ADVICE FROM A CITY PSYCHOLOGIST: How to change your behaviour and pull back from severe stress
City Psychology Group's Clinical Director Dr. Sinclair provides advice to eFINANCIALCAREERS' readers on stress. Read more here!
Why bankers don't talk about stress and the City
'I've seen many high-flyers have a burnout'. Dr Sinclair contributes to this interesting article in The Times. Read more...
From 'The Biggest Loser': The weighting game
Dr Sinclair Lead Psychologist at CPG contributes to The Biggest Loser! The weighting game: Discover if now is the right time to start your healthy journey
Male eating disorder numbers on the up
These reports do not surprise me at all. We have seen an increase in the number of men suffering from eating disorders presenting at our London based clinics for psychological treatment. Dr. Mike Sinclair interviewed by the British Psychological Society. Read the full article here
The Male Self-Destruct Button
What is it that drives men to make alarming life decisions, even at the risk of losing it all?
Dr. Mike Sinclair contributes to an article for Shortlist. Read it here
Stressed workers 'fearful of the sack'
Dr. Mike Sinclair contributes to an article for the British Psychological Society. Read it here
From sweet bowls to endless birthday cakes: How your office is making you fat
Dr. Mike Sinclair contributes to an article for the Daily Mail. Read it here
Life after redundancy: bouncing back from the sack
'People fare much better when they are passionate about what they do, and yet we become institutionalised and are often not aware of how transferable our skills are.':
Part of Dr. Mike Sinclair's contribution to this interesting article from Management Today. Read the full article:
If you're feeling down, stop doing and start being
Depression is hitting men earlier than ever, but you can beat the blues.
Dr Sinclair contributes to City A.M, read the full feature here
The day I was made redundant
These days we're all worried about losing our jobs, but there is life after redundancy. Dr. Mike Sinclair contributes to Pip Clothier's article for The Times. Read the full article here!
Blood feud: What can happen when you mix business with family
Dr. Sinclair contributes to the Daily Mail. Read the article here
PRESS RELEASE...... PRESS RELEASE.....
Fear and Self-Loathing in the City - A guide to Keeping Sane in the Square Mile
CPG's Director, Dr Sinclair's latest book is now available!
This book is a very useable and practical guide for the modern worker to coping with the pressures of the workplace and their personal life. 'I believe this book could become essential reading for city workers. Instead of keeping a bottle of Scotch in your desk maybe a copy of this book will be more beneficial. Every city worker should have a copy'
Dr Neil Brener, Consultant Psychiatrist, Medical Director,The Priory Hospital North London
For more info, click here
The rage explosion: What has happened to the fairer sex?
Dr. Sinclair contributes to the Daily Mail. Read the article here
The global uncertainty survival guide
Dr. Sinclair contributes to Psychologies Magazine. Click here
Coping with redundancy
'Losing your job is difficult but keeping a tab on your drinking and maintaining perspective could lead to better opportunities in the long term'. CPG contributes to a feature with drinkaware.co.uk. Read more here
Psychology Research - 'Have you been affected by redundancy in the City? If so, please follow this link
CPG is proud to endorse this timely research into the psychological consequences of redundancy. Please read the following link to find out more and how to take part Click here!
I'm a lawyer...get me out of here
City Psychology Group's Director, Dr Michael Sinclair, talks to Law and More about stress, the City and how to cope with the onset of feelings of anxiety. Click here to read the article
Dr Sinclair contributes to Psychologies Magazine. Click here to read the article
Redundancy: what happens when you survive the cut?
'As thousands lose their jobs, survivors can struggle with the guilt of carrying on'. CPG contributes to The Saturday Times. Read the full article here
Healthy Horizons CNBC - New Year's Resolutions
Dr Michael Sinclair interviewed on CNBC Healthy Horizons 'New Year's Resolutions'. Watch the video live here.
How to thrive in tough times
'Living in unpredictable times can evoke feelings of anxiety, even fear. But not only is it possible to cope, we can thrive in hard times'. CPG contributes to Psychologies Magazine. Read the full article here
Chain your inner Hulk
Dr Michael Sinclair contributes to Men's Health magazine. Read the article here
The bright side of redundancy
"Initially people are not aware that redundancy can be one of the biggest opportunities of their lives". CPG contributes to the Sunday Times. Read the full article here
The day I was made reduntant
"These days we're all worried about losing our jobs, but there is life after redundancy". Dr Sinclair contributes to The Times Newspaper. Click here to read the article.
Get Back on That Wagon
Dr Sinclair contributes to an article for The Saturday Times. Click here to read the article
New Year's coaching course: Make your goals concrete
Dr Sinclair contributes to Psychologies Magazine. Click here to read more
How to... Get through a bad day
CPG contributes to a feature in Psychologies Magazine. Read the full article here
British downturn's generational divide
"After years of letting the good times roll, Britain is hunkering down for a recession that analysts predict will last at least a year.". CPG contributes to Los Angeles Times. Read the article here.
"Pourquoi moi ?" A la City, les psys sont pris d'assaut
"J'ai vingt minutes précises. Je suis débordé". Dr Sinclair interviewed by Le Monde's correspondent in London. Click here to read the full article.