Why men struggle with talking therapy

Many men struggle with conventional talking therapy, often finding it challenging to open up about their feelings. This discomfort can stem from social conditioning and the intimidating nature of face-to-face conversations. In this blog, we will explore alternative approaches that can make discussing mental health more comfortable for men, such as engaging in side-by-side activities … Read more

The downsides of mental health diagnoses

Mental health diagnoses often come with a range of challenges, from misdiagnosis to the stigma attached to certain labels. These issues can hinder effective treatment and recovery. Here at RESET, we take a different approach. We believe that everyone deserves to live their full potential beyond emotional distress and mental difficulty. Our expertise combines a … Read more

How can exercise release trauma stored in your body

How can exercise release trauma stored in the body

This blog discusses the current research investigating the impact of traumatic experiences, the effects of unresolved trauma on the mind and body and how exercise liberates the grip of unresolved trauma through meditative motion, newfound strength, and neuroplasticity. In the labyrinth of trauma, healing takes many forms. The impact of trauma is often long-lasting, affecting … Read more

How can we improve physical health and wellbeing?

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Your health and physical wellbeing are keystones in how you feel, and it’s easy to forget your responsibility to take care of one or the other when you’ve got so much on your plate. Many people find that they put their other priorities above taking care of their own health and physical wellbeing, and it can lead to … Read more

What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?

In the UK, the terms “psychotherapeutic counsellor”, “counsellor”, and “psychotherapist” are often used interchangeably, and there is no legal distinction between the three. However, that does not mean that there aren’t valuable differences for you to consider. When seeking therapy, it can feel a bit bewildering looking at all the different types of therapies, and … Read more

Self-conscious at the gym? Here’s what you can do about it. 

Feelings of insecurity and self-consciousness in the gym are common and often stem from deeper emotional experiences. But it is possible to overcome these barriers and find confidence in your journey. The gym can be a place of healing and transformation, empowering you physically and mentally.

Do I need therapy?

“Do I need therapy?” is a question many people ask themselves at different stages of life. It could be that you are feeling overwhelmed, struggling to cope with life’s challenges, feeling stressed, on the verge of burnout, or like you’re stuck in the same old patterns.    At RESET, we acknowledge that seeking help is … Read more

Embracing the Chill: Cold Exposure and Breathwork as Tools for Transformation

In a world where many of us feel trapped in a cycle of stress, anxiety, and disconnection, the idea of voluntarily subjecting ourselves to cold temperatures might seem counterintuitive. However, beneath the initial discomfort lies a powerful practice that can help us break free from our limitations and rediscover our vitality: cold exposure, coupled with … Read more

Can stimulating your vagus nerve help reduce anxiety?

How can Breathwork exercise your vagus nerve to reduce anxiety

The most reliable research we have has shown that stimulating the vagus nerve can reduce anxiety through breathwork and electrodes. Despite online methods that claim to stimulate the vagus nerve, ranging from laughter, cold exposure, yoga, and chanting, to massage, there is limited evidence supporting these practices. Two reliable ways stand out as the most reliable … Read more