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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…

Book review: One Thought Changes Everything by Mara Gleason

Posted: 30th August 2017

By: Juliet Fay

I first heard Mara Gleason speak at the One Solution conference in Oslo in May 2016. It was an event that changed the direction of my life and more importantly…

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…

Sewing as Therapy?

Posted: 10th July 2017

By: Catherine Howie

You may have seen my adverts: “Sewing for the Terrified”?  A bit extreme you may think but over the past couple of years I’ve taught many people the foundations of…

Distortions, Deletions and Generalisations

Posted: 30th May 2017

By: Tracey Nixon

Distortions, Deletions and Generalisations – What do you say, without thinking that could be causing your own stress, low mood, depression and anxiety? In only a couple of days last…

Exam Stress Solutions – Calm Kids – Exam Top Tips

Posted: 26th April 2017

By: Clarissa Woodcock

How Shropshire & Ex-teacher, Retired Army Major is helping children to battle exam stress Clarissa Woodcock, Shropshire Hypnotherapist draws on her experience at sharp end of education and opens her…

Suffering Insomnia?

Posted: 3rd April 2017

By: Tracey Nixon

To me, people will say things like: “I’m really struggling with sleep, for many reasons. I’ve tried guided meditation and lavender. My mind wanders when I try to meditate. I’m…

Is Hypnosis all in the mind?!

Posted: 28th March 2017

By: Sue Wilkinson

I’ve recently been working with a very interesting trainer, as it’s most important to keep up to date with all the new information that is coming through from the world…

Long Hours Work Culture

Posted: 24th October 2016

By: Kay Heald

A Long Hours Work Culture is well established in many small businesses The way we communicate and ‘stay connected’ has been blurring the lines between work, rest and play and adding to…