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Biofeedback therapy involves training patients to control physiological processes such as muscle tension, blood pressure or heart rate. Although these are normally involuntary processes a biofeedback therapist can help patients manipulate them and hence alleviate their symptoms.

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Afshan Morgan

Afshan Morgan - Biofeedback Practitioner

I am one of 2 psychologists working in the area of optimal performance training to enable clients raise their game and/or overcome issues which hold them back whether it's in life in general, work issues or sport.

We have years of experience of assessing issues facing people and providing evidence in legal... [read more]

Autogenic Training
Biofeedback
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Life Coaching
Mindfulness
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Verified Therapist Areti Grigoriou

Areti Grigoriou - Biofeedback Practitioner

Areti Grigoriou MSc, N.Sc, R.PD(Hom), RNP is paracticing applied Neuroscience and Neurofeedback, Biofeedback, Clinical Homeopathy, Naturopathy, Holistic Nutrition, Muscle re-education and training with EMS Miha Bodytec in Cambridge.

"I started my career as Agronomist working in the field when I had my first experience with "dis-ease."

I tried Conventional Medicine and was met... [read more]

Allergy Therapy
Biofeedback
Bioresonance Therapy
Colour Therapy
Energy Medicine
Herbal Medicine
Homeopathy
Homotoxicology
NLP
Nutritional Therapy
Sports Therapy
Tension and Trauma Releasing
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Linda Ryder

Linda Ryder - Biofeedback Practitioner

Originally trained as a dancer and dance teacher and continuing investigation of movement studied the Alexander Technique and have been teaching it for 17 years.
Recently I discovered Bodytalk, a health system which brings together aspects of many different modalities and activates the body's own innate healing mechanisms..
Since May 2019... [read more]

Alexander Technique
Biofeedback
BodyTalk
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David Morgan

David Morgan - Biofeedback Practitioner

We are two psychologists experienced in working with people individually and in groups with a range of issues from boosting performance to overcoming blocks to a better life.

We work with children, adolescents and adults employing non-invasive, drug-free approaches.

Biofeedback
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Mindfulness
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Sophie Howlett

Sophie Howlett - Biofeedback Practitioner

Sophie is a qualified Myofascial Release Therapist, Clinical Sports Massage Therapist , Pregnancy Massage Therapist and Pilates Teacher.

Sophie also offers Pregnancy Massage, Pelvic Floor Training, Swedish Massage, Aromatherapy Massage Treatments, Pilates One to Ones, specialist Antenatal and Postnatal Pilates and Allergy Testing.

Whether you have neck and shoulder tension from sitting in... [read more]

Allergy Therapy
Biofeedback
Clinical Pilates
Massage Therapy
Myofascial Release
Pilates
Structural Integration
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Thea Phillips

Thea Phillips - Biofeedback Practitioner

I am an integrative psychotherapist and counsellor. I have over thirty years experience in many settings including clinical psychology, personal psychotherapy and group therapy. I also use hypnotherapy and NLP if required. I am a qualified EMDR therapist.
I believe that everyone has the potential to overcome any of the... [read more]

Biofeedback
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Counselling
EMDR
Emotional Freedom Technique
Hypnotherapy
Life Coaching
Meditation
Mindfulness
NLP
Psychotherapy
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Verified Therapist Bahar Nagi

Bahar Nagi - Biofeedback Practitioner

I enjoy facilitating others on their journey to self healing and self reconnection. Often issues manifest when we are ignoring aspects that need to be seen and in observing these, healthier changes can be made and issues often clear up. Sometimes, lifestyle changes need to be made and our bodies are... [read more]

Biofeedback
BodyTalk
Crystal Therapy
Energy Medicine
Healing
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Meditation
Yoga Therapy
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Biofeedback therapy involves training patients to control physiological processes such as muscle tension, blood pressure or heart rate. Although these are normally involuntary processes a biofeedback therapist can help patients manipulate them and hence alleviate their symptoms.

For example when a person is stressed, their internal processes, such as blood pressure, become irregular. Biofeedback therapy teaches the patient certain relaxation and mental exercises which can alleviate their symptoms. Biofeedback is now widely used to treat headaches, high and low blood pressure, Raynaudís disease (a circulatory disorder that causes uncomfortably cold hands) and epilepsy.