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Oh Sleep! it is a gentle thing, beloved from pole to pole...

Posted by Roger Gilbert

4 Days Ago


Many people complain that they don't get enough sleep, or that they have poor quality sleep.  This is something to take seriously because scientists now recognise that getting too little or poor quality sleep not only leaves us feeling tired during the day, but also has a negative effect on our physical and mental wellbeing. Fortunately, recent studies... [read more]

Shin Splints a brief overview

Posted by Christie Rourke

22 Days Ago


SHIN SPLINTS This is an umbrella term for pain/injury in the shin area. There are three causes for this, and each will present differently. The muscle down the front of the shin is called the Tibialis Anterior. This muscle is responsible for lifting (dorsiflexing) the foot at the ankle, allowing it to swing through before it plants during... [read more]

Understanding The Rolf Method of Structural Integration in 7 steps

Posted by Anna Collins

46 Days Ago


On The Rolf Method     Tired of niggling aches and pains that won’t go away? Do you feel that you’re not moving as brilliantly as you used to? Have you lost your shine and inner sparkle? Time for an overhaul; time to try ‘Rolfing’.   What is it?   The Rolf Method of Structural Integration, to use its full name, is a manual... [read more]

How a gratitude list can help you feel better about life

Posted by Honey Lansdowne

73 Days Ago


Gratitude lists are talked about a lot now. But rarely are we shown how to write a meaningful one that works. A gratitude list is a powerful thing. If you capture the things that you are grateful for and they have real meaning to you, it can help you build happiness and can be a source of comfort... [read more]

Face Up To A New Massage - the 3 dimensional massage system for therapists and YOU!

Posted by Amanda Eskdale

79 Days Ago


Hydrotherm™ Massage is the latest massage modality to be added to the list of treatments currently offered by The Secret Therapist.   Two warm water-filled cushions support every client in perfect spinal alignment and the Hydrotherm™ system is perfect for every phase of life too.  Expectant mums, baby massage, perfect for those who are physically active or who... [read more]

Gestalt Therapy - What is it? Some explanations from a professional

Posted by Naoum Liotas

110 Days Ago


When looking for psychotherapy, one cannot really know what each modality of psychotherapy really is and how one might benefit from them or not. So it is not a very informed choice... And even as experts, we sometimes struggle keeping up with all new modalities and models that pop up every now and then. This is... [read more]

Emdr to heal from the traumatic experiences

Posted by Zeynep Zat

111 Days Ago


An Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Group Intervention for Syrian Refugees With Post-traumatic Stress Symptoms: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial Asena Yurtsever1*, Emre Konuk1, Tuba Akyüz2, Zeynep Zat, Feryal Tükel1, Mustafa Çetinkaya3, Canan Savran1 and Elan Shapiro4 1DBE Institute for Behavioral Studies, Istanbul, Turkey 2BATE Individual and Family Therapy Institute, Istanbul, Turkey 3Psychiatry Department, Medical School, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey 4Psychologist in Private Practice, Ramat Yishay, Israel The... [read more]

Summer Newsletter

Posted by Anthony Austin

134 Days Ago


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Look Into My Eyes. The Pitfalls of being a Hypnotherapist

Posted by Anthony Kelly

144 Days Ago


Since I qualified as a hypnotherapist some friends/family/strangers wont look me in the eye. Only a few days ago at a networking event my husband (also an NLP practitioner and Hypnotherapist) without meaning to started hypnotising someone whilst explaining hypnotism! One friend's main concern was, 'You'll know my deepest, darkest secrets.' The outcome being I do not have... [read more]

What is CranioSacral therapy?

Posted by Millie  Wood Swanepoel

145 Days Ago


The Cotswold Directory -march/April/May 2018 issue page 28 What is CranioSacral Therapy? Millie Wood Swanepoel RCST (Registered CranioSacral therapist) It is not “a sort of head massage” It is not just for mothers and babies but for everyone cradle to the grave. The way I work, I think of it as body psychotherapy.   Cranio works with the whole body, not necessarily... [read more]


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