Graeme Davy-Watts


Graeme Davy-Watts has long been committed to improving the wellbeing of those with common problems such as stress, sleep and addiction. Originally trained as a counsellor, his calm and empathic manner now underpin his expertise in cognitive-behavioural therapy, his therapy of choice due to it's strong evidence-base.

Now living with his family in Australia, he gained his postgraduate qualification as a psychological therapist in the United Kingdom, and has almost twenty years of experience of treating common emotional difficulties. During his career he has provided leadership, supervision and training within some of the best therapy teams in the UK, both for the NHS, the world’s largest healthcare provider, and The Priory Group, the UK’s leading independent provider of mental healthcare.

With a strong belief in conveying a positive message to a global audience, he is a staunch advocate of working alongside local communities, healthcare services, and traditional medicine. He has many years of experience as a speaker, and also runs his own website providing free factsheets, audio and video guides, available at

Where to find Graeme Davy-Watts online


A Guide to Wellbeing: Practical Skills to Ease Stress, Anxiety and Low Mood
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 23,920. Language: English. Published: February 22, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Mental health
Written in a warm conversational style, this practical guide to restoring emotional wellbeing is based upon decades of the highest quality scientific research. After reading this guide you will have learnt why millions of us experience problems with stress, how to apply the most effective methods to feel better, as well as various ways to receive further support and guidance.

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anxiety    confidence    depression    fear    motivation    optimism    panic    relaxation    stress    wellbeing