A suitably qualified psychological practitioner can assist by assessing risk, offering counselling services, and providing professional advice. These services include:
Media psychologist work with PR agencies on their campaigns, this could be for SME business or major brands. Their expertise are used to carry out deep dives into analysing and converting these findings into meaningful data that is beneficial to the brand.
Phinity also work with SME businesses as well as larger corporate clients, helping them in the following ways:
We work with multiple internal departments and organisations that need expert psychological input, e.g., such as R&D, marketing, campaign managers, UX designers.
Phinity recognise the power and use of psychology; and how this has shaped not only our private clients’ lives, but the positive impact it can have on a business if applied in a focused, passionate, and ethical way.
We love working with businesses that have ethical values at the centre of what they do. Everything we do at Phinity starts with the client, by us understanding how to apply our expertise in the most ethical way, we ensure that we live up to one of the core pillars, being humanistic.
We offer various media services: risk assessments and advice, mediation services, information relating to psychological issues, onscreen commentary for factual based programmes, and counselling services.
Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder that is characterised by extreme mood swings that oscillate between mania and deep depression which is why it was once known as manic depression. The word ‘mania’ comes from Greek and means ‘madness’. To people who witness it, bipolar looks like extreme highs and lows.
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), also known as Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (EUPD) is one of the most recognised personality disorders. Those affected tend to hold a distorted image of themselves, experience mood swings, and relationship problems, and are at increased risk of suicide
Life is challenging, so it’s normal to feel low at times. If however, you’re feeling sad, apathetic, and hopeless for a prolonged period, you may be depressed, and this impacts functioning. And although depression is a natural response to difficulties, it can be treated.
Even though men also suffer with mental health problems, they can see this as a weakness or failing. This makes it difficult to admit that there’s a problem, which makes it hard to ask for help. Fortunately however, things are changing.
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