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New Year’s Resolutions – Did you keep yours up?

Posted: 19th February 2018

By: Tracey Nixon

Apparently, every year, about a third of British people make new years’ resolutions. But how many of those resolutions are maintained and are successful? According to various polls and statistics,…

5 Signs your elderly parents are struggling to cope

Posted: 29th January 2018

By: June Stephenson

Winter can be a cold and dull place for many older people. Even we can find it hard to make and stick to new resolutions, even though we know we’d…

What is Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy

Posted: 10th January 2018

By: Tracey Nixon

What is hypnosis?  What is it not?  What is it good for?  Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis interpretation Hypnosis is a scientifically proven procedure to produce a desired specific outcome, and one of positive…

Buying the Right Slippers this Winter

Posted: 8th January 2018

By: Lorna Pullman

Tips for Buying Slippers There is more to a slipper than you may realise. Not only do they keep feet warm and comfortable, but they also protect them. Many people…

Make time for wellbeing – out in the garden

Posted: 8th January 2018

By: Alison Marsden

It’s official. Gardening is good for you.  How do I know? Well apart from a lifetime’s gardening (and you could say that gardeners are biased) there is significant evidence from…

4 Quick Tips to Reduce Stress and Stop Anxiety

Posted: 29th November 2017

By: Helen Wyer

At Christmas time we so often put ourselves under immense pressure from the build-up of the season to the actual day itself.   Stress and anxiety can creep up on us…

Enjoy a Stress-free Festive Period

Posted: 22nd November 2017

By: Tracey Nixon

I have to admit, I cannot understand what all the fuss is about. What’s the point if you refer to the words ‘frazzled’, ‘stressed’, ‘anxious’, ‘hassle’, ‘hassled’, ‘frustrating’?  You get…

Mental Health at Work

Posted: 31st October 2017

By: Kay Heald

Last week saw the publication of the government-backed Stevenson-Farmer review ‘Thriving at Work’ , which revealed that poor mental health is costing employers up to £42 billion a year. Yet, for…

OCT 27 Are You SAD When The Dark Nights Draw In – 4 ways to beat the winter blues

Posted: 30th October 2017

By: Carolyn Trafford

I don’t ever think I’ve suffered from SAD but I do know my mood changes over the winter.  I do feel grumpier and I do suffer stress more.  I’m feeling…

Quick Divorce? Why you should consider Collaborative Family Procedure

Posted: 10th July 2017

By: Helen Jackson

Clients often tell us that they want to get divorced as quickly as possible, but with the best will in the world, the experience of many couples is that it…