Hong Kong Anxiety and Omicron The past couple of years in Hong Kong have been tough. As shutdowns begin, we are reminded of exactly where we were in January 2020. How can we be here again? More important, how has the rest of the world moved on, and yet, here we are again? I […]
In the past few years, we’ve barely met any patients who really sleep well. We should wake up refreshed feeling happy and raring to get on with the day but how often does this really happen? Commonly we find that people either take a long time to get off to sleep, or toss & turn […]
Top 5 Tips to De-stress It’s not easy for anyone in the world at the moment, and it must be a first world problem that we’re all getting very bored at home. Without our usual outlets and distractions…. Life has been challenging to say the least! No one’s mental health is improving. These anxiety and […]
TOP 3 TIPS FROM A HONG KONG PSYCHOLOGIST Whether you are seeing a counsellor, psychotherapist of psychologist, right now we would all agree it’s a difficult time. Keeping out mental health in a positive state sometimes needs to be worked at however, so here are some tips. Psychology Tip Number One: Be grateful for […]
Stress and Fear resilience Step By Step Guide: As many of you know, I’ve been involved in a lot of humanitarian missions after major disasters. I have very clear memories of how stressful it was a week after the Sri Lankan Tsunami. There were a few reasons for this, that where not only related to […]
Do you feel down during the winter? Is your energy lower than it should be? Do you feel depressed or run down? Then you may suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD for short). If that’s the case, treating seasonal affective disorder is vital to keeping you enthusiastic about and in love with life.
In the first part of this two-part article we discussed causes and symptoms of obsessive compulsive disorder, or OCD. Here we will look at treatment options.