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Debbie Stanton

Grief, Loss and Bereavement

Posted by Debbie Stanton

20 Days Ago

Grief and loss come in many forms, whether that is the death of a loved one, terminal illness, the loss of a job position or income, children leaving home (also known as empty nest syndrome), life changes and upheavals such as divorce, moving home or retirement, pets dying or running away, or any other type of... [read more]

Debbie Stanton

Hypnotherapy explained in a nutshell

Posted by Debbie Stanton

20 Days Ago

Hypnotherapy has been practiced for a long time and used for anything from eliminating bad habits to relieving stress, pain, fear and anxiety. Hypnotherapy can change our minds to accept new, healthier habits or preferred responses by placing positive suggestions deep into the subconscious parts of our brains. Once out of trance, the subconscious then sends... [read more]

Stephen Walker

The Third Agreement

Posted by Stephen Walker

27 Days Ago

It is very easy to fall into making assumptions. I believe as the change in our communication is happening more rapidly through technology the third agreement, “Don’t make assumptions”, will get harder and harder to implement. Today’s very rapid pace of communication through technology is decreasing the interaction between people and making people instead interact with their... [read more]

Stephen Walker

The Second Agreement

Posted by Stephen Walker

31 Days Ago

I was talking to one of my clients this week who was hurt by the behavior of his boss. For the first time he was late to work due to blocking of some roads by an accident, preventing him from taking the direct path to the office. The boss was disturbed by this lateness of about... [read more]

Paul Hayward

How does counselling work?

Posted by Paul Hayward

43 Days Ago

My philosophy of counselling is quite simple: have faith in the person and have faith in the process. It is a simple philosophy, but one which I feel has served me, and more importantly, my clients, well to date. The subject of this case study, referred to as “Bear” (not his real name) was referred to me... [read more]

Paul Hayward

The Long Dark Night

Posted by Paul Hayward

43 Days Ago

We always seem to be in such a rush nowadays. If we want to know something, we just look at our “Smart” phones. The answer is instant- no effort is needed from us, just demand and passive consumption. We are ‘served’ at self-check outs- for our speed and convenience. It also removed that need for a bit... [read more]

Paul Hayward

States of Anxiety

Posted by Paul Hayward

43 Days Ago

States of Anxiety This was prompted by something a client said to me the other day. We were speaking of their anxiety; their understanding of the causes of it, the effects of it on their life and what they (I will use an anonymous ‘they’ to protect their identity) had been doing to cope with it throughout their... [read more]

Stephen Walker

The Four Agreements

Posted by Stephen Walker

44 Days Ago

Hello, It’s that time of year again—time for gatherings and celebrations at work and at home. Although these can be enjoyable times, sometimes the relationships we revisit during these events have a difficult history and seem challenging. It is within the power of each of us to turn each moment with other people into either an opportunity for... [read more]

Sean Kulyk

Adrenal Burnout; what are the signs, symptoms and related problems, plus how to work towards overcoming it!

Posted by Sean Kulyk

47 Days Ago

Have you ever suffered from decreased libido without necessarily having a headache?  Then maybe it's actually just a symptom of Adrenal Fatigue, in which case this could be the article for you! Being stressed – just about one of the commonest words we use today to describe ourselves and how we feel. We tend to for the... [read more]

Sean Kulyk

Sean Kulyk's response to an article by Jim Manson, in Natural Products magazine on the topic of 'the mantra there's no such thing as bad food, just a bad diet'; 27th February 2018:

Posted by Sean Kulyk

47 Days Ago

See below for Sean Kulyk's response to an article by Jim Manson, in Natural Products magazine on the topic of 'the mantra there’s no such thing as bad food, just a bad diet'; 27th February 2018: For years, the mantra ‘there’s no such thing as bad food, just a bad diet’ has been the junk food industry’s default... [read more]

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