Twitter Account

08/04/2019 I’ve set up a Twitter account to make it easier for people to follow my journey throughout the year. I’ll also undoubtedly be sharing inane musings and ramblings along the way: https://twitter.com/_joshuafletcher Feel free to give me a follow and say hello!

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Visit to the BBC Wellness Fair – Salford Quays

20/03/19 Today I was invited to the BBC Wellness Fair in Media City, Salford, to talk about anxiety, stress and other issues related to mental health. I set up a small stall on the 5th floor of Quay House, right in the heart of the BBC Headquarters. I was fortunate enough to bump into some […]

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New Book Release: Anxiety Practical About Panic

Anxiety: Practical about PanicĀ is Joshua Fletcher’s second book focusing on anxiety and panic disorder. It follows on from his first book, Anxiety: Panicking about Panic, which achieved a best-seller title in the UK for over two years. Practical about Panic takes a more hands on approach to dealing with anxiety, where Joshua combines his academic […]

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Completed Masters in Counselling Psychology

[07.10.2017] Delighted to announce that I have completed my MSc in Counselling Psychology at Keele University. It was a very arduous process, which allowed me to enhance my skills as a counsellor, as well as reflect on myself as a person. I’ve just looked back at the distinct lack of blog posts, which goes to […]

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Accepted on to Masters course

22nd April, 2016                   I am delighted to announce that I have been accepted onto the MSc Counselling Psychology course at Keele University commencing in September of this year. I’m excited to develop my skills as a counsellor and be able to explore the world of approaching […]

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GAD: The negative influence of an ‘I Should…’

11th February, 2016   At the core of Generalised Anxiety Disorder lies the phrase, “I should…”. What I have noticed over the past year is the amount of people who find it remarkably difficult to sit still or do nothing. There is often a guilty voice in the ear of the anxious, because the association […]

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