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Expressionism

Expressionism

Art can help us understand mental health in various ways and is often used by individuals as a visual representation of how they feel, but how so? and how does this help?

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We Need Your Involvement

We Need Your Involvement

We need young people from the Stockport area!

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PCT

PCT

Perceptual control theory (PCT) was first developed in the 1950s and 1960s. Mode draws on the PCT theory which is a theory that provides a framework for understanding psychological functioning as a whole and for understanding what contributes for psychological distress.

PCT is based on the idea that all living things, including humans , control their view of things to ensure their experience is a certain way. This applies to basic things, such as how warm or cold you want to be, through to more complex life goals, such as having a good relationship with a partner. One way of thinking about this is that we have a set of "just rights" in our head, "just rights" being a representation of how we want the world to be. When our experience within the world matches up to our "just rights" then we act to keep happening this way, but when conditions change and things are no longer "just right," we act to bring things back to the way we want them to be.

 

Within PCT, there is an important role of awareness because without this awareness of conflicted goals then conflicts will not be resolved. Lack of awareness of all relevant goals makes it more likely that a goal will be pursued without taking into account another goal that is also controlling this experience. For example , after a traumatic accident an individual may have recognized the need to discuss their experiences with other people because they recognize that it will give them support and help them understand how to cope better. However, they might struggle to talk about these experiences due to a second goal they hold, which could be something like " make sure people dont think im crazy". In practice they may switch between wanting to talk about their problems and wanting to ignore other people.

In some ways, it is interesting to consider how the distinction between the biological, the psychological, and the social ever arose. Sir William Osler (1849–1919), who has been described as the father of modern medicine, is reported to have said “It is much more important to know what sort of a patient has a disease than what sort of a disease a patient has”.

PCT can help develop skills to maximise your potential.

Please contact us for any further information.

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The sad truth of suicide.

The sad truth of suicide.

We see the harsh reality of suicide everyday in the news, especially that of young people and young adults so why is this continuing to plague us in a time of awareness and acceptance? What can we do to potentially change someones life?

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Project T20

With our plot project T20 event over how did it go?

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How important is Resilience?

How important is Resilience?

We are all scared of failing, whether a challenge may seem too hard or you are scared about doing something in case of being embarrassed or we just lack the effort to persevere, its something we all face but what happens if we ignore these fears and act resiliently ? 

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Mental health in entertainment.

Mental health in entertainment.

The entertainment media is gigantic, with brands, music and movies sometimes defining a persons life style, moral choices and personality but with such an immense influence on the general public how does the entertainment media use its influence? Is it one that is positive or negative?

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ADHD

ADHD

What is ADHD?
The NHS Definition is:Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a behavioural disorder that includes symptoms such as inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness.

But for someone with ADHD, personally this is only touching the surface very vaguely.
ADHD does cause inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness but when? And what examples of these symptoms are there in everyday life?

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Staying safe

Staying safe

Im sure there have been times where you have been out with a few friends and done stupid things u later regret, we have all been there. Whether they are serious or not sometimes these stupid actions or lack of thought can put our health at risk so today im going to talk about how to make sure you are safe as possible without ruining your fun.

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Can music actually help our mental health?

Can music actually help our mental health?

You hear a lot that music can help you cope with your emotions and help keep our mental health in good shape but is this true ? and if so why?

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Our Support

Here at Mode Rehabilitation, we have been fortunate enough to receive sponsorship from some very highly regarded companies. These companies aid Mode Rehabilitation in providing the best possible care for our clients, for which we are immensely grateful.

 

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