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Making positive behavioural changes

“If physical activity were a drug, we would refer to it as a miracle cure, due to the great many illnesses it can prevent and help treat.” (UK Chief Medical Officers’ (CMOs) physical activity guidelines) This may help you to start thinking about ways of identifying...

So what stops us exercising?

TimeOne reason many people give for not exercising is time. Work, children, family, studies come first-then the day’s gone. While finding the time to exercise can be hard, doing it may help you with other activities by increasing your energy levels and lowering your...

Why exercise is good for your mental health

Studies have found that exercise consistently reduces symptoms of depression and anxiety and improves self-esteem and cognitive (thinking) functions….so exercise is good for your mental health. Physical exercise provides unique benefits for a healthy brain. It does...

Welcome post

Hello and welcome to our new website. My name’s Roger Makepeace from Bright Psychology and I am excited to share some of the new developments and workshops we have to offer. I have been inspired over recent years by the movement of Positive Psychology together with...