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  • April 14
  • The Truth About Sleep

    Considering that sleep is the single biggest activity undertaken by every human being on the planet it is remarkable that we find ourselves misunderstanding its essential function in our wellbeing and happiness. Here are some important myth busters on the way we think about sleep…. MYTH 1: I can catch up on lost sleep Most…

  • March 13
  • Help – My Child is Angry, what can I do?

    I’m recently been working with two eight year-olds who for various reasons have developed an Anger Habit. I call it a habit as it is a pattern of behaviour which has developed over time and is now very difficult to break. Often, as parents when faced with children who are expressing their feelings through anger,…

  • February 28
  • Sweet Mother of Mine

    We are all on a healing journey. Some of us ignore the signposts and carry on regardless and some of us stop and try to figure out where we are and where we are heading. Unfortunately, there is no sat nav or map to help us.. .. or maybe there is if we are able…

  • February 21
  • Spotlight on Elena O’Keeffe

    Our series of blog features “Spotlight on..” gives you an opportunity to find out more about the therapists working at The Wellbeing Centre. We’ve been asking them questions about themselves, how they got interested in complementary therapy and what inspires them to do what they do. Our favourite section is their top tips for Wellbeing….

  • January 11
  • Giving up sugar!

    We are all becoming increasingly aware that sugar is not good for us and it has been said that if sugar was discovered today, it would be banned! The Government is waking up to the effects of sugar as in George Osborne’s Budget of March 2016, a sugar tax levy was outlined on the soft…

  • January 9
  • Dry January

    Many people have set themselves the challenge of going dry this January. Are you one of them? The aim of Dry January is to start a new conversation about alcohol and raise awareness about the effects of alcohol. The challenge is to go alcohol free for 31 days. It is a chance to lose weight,…

  • January 4
  • New Year Resolutions.. And Why I Don’t Like Them

    There has been a lot of information and things written about 2016 being the end of a cycle of 9 years and 2017 the beginning of another cycle. In a way, this makes 2017 a bit special. So New Year’s resolutions should be packing a punch shouldn’t they? I have been thinking about the resolutions…

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