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UKCP Therapists' Channel

Psychologies magazine and LifeLabs are now in partnership with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), giving you an easier way to find the help and guidance you need in your life. Here, you will find content created by UKCP therapists, supporting you on a range of issues and enabling you to identify a therapist that meets your needs.

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Psychologies Ambassadors

We put out the call for readers who had transformed their lives with the help of Psychologies magazine. We were stunned by the response and have invited 46 become Psychologies Ambassadors. This year our ambassadors are blogging about their journeys to grow and thrive, not just survive in life. We believe that with a little assistance, backing and inspiration from like-minded people, we can start to take the baby steps needed to construct a life we love. When times are tough, it's helpful to know that you can make it through the challenges to the other side. We are proud to be associated with our Psychologies ambassadors who are creating a life they love, who have overcome hurdles and have made it through to happier times. After reviewing all the applications, we invited our ambassadors to lead our new Life Leap Club community (available for free to all our subscribers) and asked them to blog here about their journeys. Prepare to be inspired! 

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Let's explore what makes us tick and how we present ourselves to the world.

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The Joys of Literature and Moat Brae

Louise Jones is a Dumfries schoolgirl with a love of stories and an ambition to write. Here she explains how her love of literature began and has been nurtured by joining the JMB Creatives - a group of young people closely involved with the Moat Brae house and garden. This is the place where Peter Pan began, which has been saved from demolition to become the new National Centre for Children's Literature and Storytelling.
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May 19, 2019

Moat Brae - the Place Where Peter Pan Began Returns to Life

Moat Brae is where the young J.M. Barrie and his friends played the games that gave rise to Peter Pan. This magnificent house and garden are about to open to the public as the new National Centre for Children's Literature and Storytelling. In the coming weeks I will be posting blogs by some of the young people who have been involved in the project. First though, I'd like to give a bit of the background.
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May 18, 2019