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  • December 1
  • Love is not just for Christmas

    For many people, Christmas is a confusing time for their relationship. We can find ourselves drowning in adverts and images carrying the idea of joy, love and happiness; and yet, I see many couples and individuals who talk about becoming more stressed the closer they get to the festivities and about having more arguments or…

  • November 22
  • 3 Ways Mindfulness Helped Cancer

    People often ask me how mindfulness can help people with cancer. There is a good amount of research to show that it helps but I thought it might be more meaningful to share feedback from the course I run for My Cancer My Choices: 1. Hot flushes A young woman, who I shall call Karen, has…

  • November 16
  • Spotlight on Lindsay Heath

    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….

  • November 7
  • Spotlight on Nicola Eland

    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….

  • November 4
  • Couples Therapy Q&A

    I am a Couples Therapist – can I help? Coming to therapy as a couple is an important decision for your relationship. It can offer an invaluable opportunity to restore the connection between you and your partner, deepen intimacy or increase your mutual understanding. Research shows that most couples come to therapy with an experience…

  • November 3
  • Spotlight on Daniel Easton

    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….

  • October 10
  • The Menopause – ‘A New Female Life Phase’

    What is the definition of menopause? The cessation of menstruation; the term is commonly used to describe the time in a woman’s life when physical and psychological changes occur as a result of reduced production of oestrogen hormones by the ovaries.  The menopause normally occurs between the ages of 45 and 55.  The follicles in…

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