Category: Blog


Will The End Of Lockdown Cure Our Brain Fog?

21 July 2021

Since lockdown began, an alarming decline in memory and cognitive function has become a common symptom reported to health professionals. […]

Therapy referrals down, prescriptions up – latest stats

14 July 2021

Alarming numbers show rise in prescriptions and a fall in therapy sought out across the UK. Lockdown measures have deeply […]

Tax relief as high as 230% for Research and Development

25 June 2021

Research and Development (R&D) relief is available to any business or enterprise seeking to achieve an advance in overall knowledge […]

What should you be charging for your service?

23 June 2021

A quick guide on how best to value your time, and help your business flourish. In a survey conducted by […]

The World of Music Therapy

22 June 2021

Showcasing the use and the benefits of music therapy. In honour of World Music Day, Private Practice Hub wanted to […]

Alarming rise in paediatric OCD

17 June 2021

In an interview with Private Practice Hub, Dr Alison McClymont, a leading children’s mental health psychotherapist stated that there was […]

G7 Summit: What You Need to Know About the Historic Global Tax Deal.

16 June 2021

The G7 summit takes place in Cornwall this June and aims to affect how large companies are taxed. For sole […]

IR35 Tax: How Changes to how IR35 Affects Therapists

15 June 2021

Therapists working as a freelancer, under a limited company that they work for or own may find themselves stung by […]

5 Practical Ways to Improve Your Practice’s Data Security

14 June 2021

Data security has become one of the top priorities for healthcare practices, and it’s not difficult to see why. In […]

The Psychedelic Revival – New Insights

8 June 2021

Treatment resistant depression is a major depressive disorder that occurs in up to 30% of the treated major depressive disorder […]